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

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What Is the Wilmette Institute’s University Initiative?
Wilmette Institute's plans are still developing, but currently we are pursuing five lines of action: 1. The Institute plans to[...]
“Religion and Public Discourse in an Age of Transition”
Sunday, February 17, 2019 Watch on YouTube: Web Talk Technology, tourism, politics, and law have connected human beings around the world[...]
Stephen Powers
Stephen Powers, Ph.D. (Education), University of Arizona, post-doctoral studies in research methods at University of Michigan and Oxford University. He[...]
Sign Up before February 15 for “A Closer Look at Storytelling 24/7/365”
Improve your skill in telling stories by signing up now, before February 15, for the 24/7/365 course A Closer Look[...]
Wilmette Institute Poised for Major Expansion
by Robert H. Stockman, Director, Wilmette Institute Thanks to a large five-year financial commitment, the Wilmette Institute is preparing for[...]
What Did the Survey on the Courses for the Bicentenary of the Birth of the Báb Show?
When the Wilmette Institute launched its first-ever survey, it had no idea what to expect. But, since the survey asked[...]

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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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​​We believe it’s time for humanity to come together as one family, to create a world where everyone can thrive.
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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

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