Gain Trust

Praying with others builds a greater sense of trust in our relationships.

Baha'is believe that the desire to pray is a natural impulse that each person experiences. We can pray in private or worship in a group setting. When we pray with others—family, friends, and neighbors—we not only open ourselves to receiving divine blessings but we also develop deeper connections with one another.

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  • Be worthy of the trust of thy neighbor, and look upon him with a bright and friendly face.

    Bahá'ú'lláh
  • A smile can go a long way! Whoever you pass by in the street, remember that they're a real person with a family and friends, with hopes and dreams, who deserves respect

    Richard Hoffman Duke Park
  • Me and some my friends started a lunchtime prayer group at work open to anyone of any faith or background. It's only once a week but it really helps!

    Sam Valentino Raleigh, North Carolina
Exploring Prayer Together

We believe that prayer has the power to improve our communities. Worship impacts how we see ourselves, how we see others, and how we serve our neighbors. And when friends and strangers come together to pray, we can learn to grow and work together.

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