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Campus Association for Bahá'í Studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough (CABS)

The purpose of the Campus Association for Baha’i Studies will be to study the teachings, history, and philosophy of the Bahá’í Faith, and to explore their application to the present world by sponsoring such activities as lectures, conferences, informal gatherings, and distribution of literature on the Bahá’í Faith.
A main objective of the group of friends gathered in this club is to learn how to contribute to social action and service to humanity in all the different aspects of their lives. This will entail that the meetings among the members will operate in a mode of learning; that the members think about how their studies at the University of Toronto will help them in their contribution to the advancement of civilization and reinforce their search for careers that address the needs of their communities; that they see the different aspects of their lives like their work, family life, and studies not as fragments but will learn to live as a coherent whole; that the members strive to build stronger and stronger friendships among themselves so as to create an environment of trust and mutual support; and to seek confirmations of God in their efforts to apply His teachings to their lives; and to see challenges as stepping stones to progress.

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Parto Yegan
Secondary Contact
Sara Zahraei
Mailing Address

Toronto

Group Profile

Organization Type
Recognized Student Group
Campus Association
Scarborough (UTSC)
Areas of Interest
Community Service
Global Interests
Spirituality and Faith Communities
Renewal Date
September 30, 2018

Group Leaders

Sara Zahraei
Member
Parto Yegan
Member