Quick Facts
  • A World Religion
    The Bahá'í Faith is the second fastest growing and second most widely spread religion. Bahá'í International Community is a U.N. non-governmental organization.
  • Unity
    Bahá'ís work toward building a new world civilization which features unity, justice, equality of rights, cooperation and universal education.
  • Bahá'u'lláh, "The Glory Of God"
    Bahá'u'lláh is the Manifestation of God for today. He sacrificed vast wealth and suffered 40 years of imprisonment and exile to reveal God's Message to us.
Contact Info
  • Community message line
    ph: (208)366-4377
    email: jtpawlowski@gmail.com
Who Are We?
Bahá'ís are followers of Bahá'u'lláh, who we believe is the Promised One of all religions. The Bahá'í Faith is a world religion whose purpose is to unite all the races and peoples of the world in one universal Cause and one common Faith.

Boise Bahá'í Events

The Bahá'ís of Boise have a rich and loving community life with devotionals, Holy Day gatherings, study circles, informational meetings, children's classes, youth and pre-youth activities. If the times listed for any events are not convenient for you, contact us for other arrangements.

  • Devotionals - Call First to Confirm
  • The reading and discussion of spiritual Writings and prayers from all religions. Bring your favorite prayer!
  • - Boise: Thursdays 7PM at alternating locations - Thomas Hammer Coffee 298 N. 8th St. and home of Barbara Mark 343-2278
  • - Caldwell: Wednesdays 7PM at the Chavarria home, 459-2247
  • - Eagle: Sunday mornings, 10:30 AM, at the Thornton's home in Eagle, 939-1655
  • - Meridian: 1st and 3rd Fridays, 7PM, 899-4882
  • - Nampa: Sundays, 1PM, Crumbaugh home, 465-7466

  • Informational Meetings - Call First to Confirm
  • These are cozy and casual, dubbed by some as Fireside Chats. Bring all your questions!
  • - Boise and Garden City: on request, Thomas Pawlowski (495-4131)
  • - Eagle: Saturdays, 7:45 PM, Thornton's home, 939-1655

  • Study Classes - Call First to Confirm
  • Group study which facilitates personal and community transformation as we build a positive new world culture
  • - Numerous gatherings throughout the area.

  • Children's Classes
  • These classes are designed for ages 6 through 10, but any and all are welcome! The children participate in fun activities, crafts and music while learning about spiritual values and the Holy Word.
  • - Boise: Melo Dee Thornton Park, Mondays, 4:30PM. Donna Lungren, 336-9682
  • - Caldwell: pre-school aged classes every other Sunday, 11:30AM, Barbara Whitbeck
  • - Meridian: Every other Sunday 11AM, at Jacquie Richard's home, 895-0175

  • Junior Youth Group
  • Group activities are designed for and by children aged 11 to 14. The junior youth participate in fun activities, service projects, and coursework designed to empower youth.
  • - Contact Karen Koenig for latest schedule, 424-0752

  • Youth Activities
  • These are planned for ages 15 to adult, but any and all are welcome!
  • The youth get together with their adult sponsors and plan their own fun activities which enable them to learn about and practice spiritual values.
  • - Contact your local community for latest activities.