Regional Bahá’í Council
The Regional Bahá’í Council of the Atlantic States is currently responsible for the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia.
The 12 Regional Bahá’í Councils in the contiguous 48 United States are institutions that operate as arms of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United States. They coordinate regional efforts to expand Bahá’í outreach to the wider community; analyze approaches to carry out current plans for the growth of Bahá’í service programs for children, youth and adults; implement strategies to help clusters of communities move through stages of growth; and promote neighborhood capacity building, learning, and service.
How to contribute to the Regional Bahá’í Fund.
Go the Regional Bahá’í Fund page.
The Regional Council carries out its service through consultative meetings, reflection spaces, and learning teams while accompanying the friends across the region in community building within the framework for action. The following learning teams are currently active and if you wish to know more about a particular area or assist in serving in that arena, please contact the Secretary of the Council.
- Area Teaching Committees
- Flow of Information
- Seeker Response
- Homefront Pioneering
- Institutional Efforts Related to Race and the Plan
- Local Spiritual Assemblies
- Regional Training Institute
- Infrastructure and Communications