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Since 1995, The Wilmette Institute provides
basic and advanced courses on the Bahá’í Faith.

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“Mírzá Mihdí: The Purest Branch”
Sunday, May 3, 2020, 2 p.m. Eastern (11 a.m. Pacific, 8 p.m. Western European time) Register for the Web Talk[...]
Two Courses Stimulate Local Study of Sustainability
Sustaining Eleven Billion People: Challenges for an Ever-Advancing Civilization (2019) Faculty: Paul Hanley Sustainable Development and the Prosperity of Humankind[...]
Car pool: Tip for Sustainable Living
Therefore strive that your actions day by day may be beautiful prayers. ..........................................—‘Abdu'l-Bahá Monthly tips about sustainable living are designed[...]
Meaningful Conversations about the Concept of Perfection and the Nature of Art
The Writings of the Báb (2019) Faculty: Moojan Momen, Armin Eschraghi Virginia Hoefler of Spokane, Washington, discusses ways to present[...]
Climate Change Course Produces Very Successful Public Panel Discussion
Climate Change (2019) Faculty: Christine Muller, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Laurent Mesbah Miriam Dunnan describes how the Littleton, Colorado, Bahá’í community created[...]
Sharing the Báb and His Writings with Others
The Writings of the Báb (2019) Faculty: Moojan Momen, Armin Eschraghi Nick Carter has developed new skills and confidence as[...]

About ​The Wilmette Institute

​The Wilmette Institute ​focuses largely on an online study approach in order to provide educational classes to a broader student body. It now offers more than 50 unique online courses to an average of 30 students per course. Discover ​more about our history, mission  and values.

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Learner Feedback

“​The later units of the course (Mitigating Climate Change, Discourse about Climate Change, and Service and Social Action) have begun to reshape my thinking about what I can do as an individual, as a member of a community of faith, and as a member of the greater society to work to address the climate crisis.”

Brad James

“​​Why I Took the Course on Racism. I am working on putting together a “musical fireside” about race, and I took this course Racism in America: The Most Challenging Issue in an effort to see what other Bahá’ís were doing to educate members of our own communities. I believe that we need to strengthen understanding and application of racial justice within the Bahá’í community”

​​​​​Katharine Key