Bahá'ís in Suffolk
The Ipswich Bahá'í community has been in Suffolk for over fifty years.
The Bahá'ís of Ipswich constitute the largest Bahá'í community in Suffolk, and has had a Spiritual Assembly ever since 1969.
One of the first Bahá'ís to live in Ipswich was Mrs Margaret Bachrich, who moved to the town during the 1960s and was later joined by a Persian family whose family name was Maani.
There have been some notable events that have occurred in the town which included the Bahá'í National Convention in 1994, as well as the local community's celebration in 1999 of the 100th anniversary of the Bahá'í Faith being in the UK.
We do hold regular local meetings within Ipswich town and a list of events can be found via the "Events" link above.
What Bahá'ís Believe
You can find out a little of what Bahá'í's believe through using the Beliefs link above.
If you want a more comprehensive picture of what the Bahá'í's believe you can find that out by using the "Links" page above.
It will provide you with links to the Bahá'í National & International web sites.
If you wish to leave a comment, or get in touch with the Bahá'ís of Ipswich, please use the email form provided in the "Contacts" page.