Children's Virtues Classes Resume

 

On October 20, 2013 about ten children and ten adults met at the home of local resident and Bahá’í, Anisa Baczek to resume a series of virtues classes that had started at the beginning of the summer.  In June the themes had been kindness and truthfulness, and in October two classes were taught on love and obedience.  The children participated in a short lesson with prayers and quotes from world religions as well as songs, storytelling, craft and a snack and playtime afterwards.  Four more classes will happen on the themes of patience, courtesy, peacefulness and responsibility before the end of the year.  The idea for the classes grew out of a Spiritual Parenting class that met for two years before several of those parents went onto form a training course on teaching children’s virtues classes.  For more information about the Windosr Bahá’ís and/or children’s virtues classes please visit our Children’s Class page.

 

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