The 2022 Western Washington Baha’i Summer School
“Releasing Society-Building Power of Faith: footsteps of Abdu’l Baha”
- COVID-19 Protocols – We will be implementing the following protocols set forth by the U.S. Baha’i National Spiritual Assembly for the 2022 Seasonal School. These protocols are subject to change.
- This year’s school will be a CLOSED CAMPUS. All attendees must stay on campus for the full session.
- Masks will be required
- Proof of up-to-date COVID-19 vaccinations will be required for all elligible attendees.
- A negative COVID-19 test less than 72-hours before the start of the school may be required.
“The fundamental purpose animating the Faith of God and His Religion is to safeguard the interests and promote the unity of the human race.” Baháʼu’lláh
“Freedom from racial prejudice, in any of its forms, should, at such a time as this when an increasingly large section of the human race is falling a victim to its devastating ferocity, be adopted as the watchword of the entire body of the American believers, in whichever state they reside, in whatever circles they move, whatever their age, traditions, tastes, and habits. It should be consistently demonstrated in every phase of their activity and life, whether in the Bahá’í community or outside it, in public or in private, formally as well as informally, individually as well as in their official capacity as organized groups, committees and Assemblies. It should be deliberately cultivated through the various and everyday opportunities, no matter how insignificant, that present themselves, whether in their homes, their business offices, their schools and colleges, their social parties and recreation grounds, their Bahá’í meetings, conferences, conventions, summer schools and Assemblies.”
Shoghi Effendi – Advent of Divine Justice
Western Washington Baha’i Summer School is a space where diverse friends, families, and neighbors of all backgrounds come together to immerse ourselves for a few days in a spiritually nurturing culture. Together, in this uplifting and transformative environment, we learn to increase our capacity, build community, engage in social discourse, and elevate mankind through the study of Sacred Writings, conversation, music, arts, fun, and fellows