Mundaring Baha’i community to host Light of Unity festival


Susheed Croft and Parisa Mohebi are preparing to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Baha’i. Picture: Bruce Hunt d475032
Susheed Croft and Parisa Mohebi are preparing to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Baha’i. Picture: Bruce Hunt d475032

ARTIST Phil Doncon will perform during bicentennial celebrations of the Australian Baha’i community in Mahogany Creek this weekend.

The Mundaring Baha’i community will host the ‘Light of Unity’ festival on October 21 at Croft Gardens to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of the founder of their religion.

Doncan’s performance at the festival will illustrate the effect that light has on illuminating a sometimes dark world.

It is inspired by the 19th Century Persian prophet Bahaullah’s grand vision of light, spiritual renewal, freedom and peace.

There is also a series of interfaith events co-hosted by St Cuthbert’s Anglican Parish in Darlington, with the next one on November 11.

For more, call Susheel Croft on 0402 023 704, email mundaring@wa.bahai.org.au or visit www.bahai.org.au.

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