Where: Dialogue Society, London
By Sarah Perceval, Storyteller
This seminar offers an introduction to the Bahá’í Faith and an opportunity for questions and discussion. The topics covered will include:
- The history of the Bahá’í Faith
- Who was Baha’u’lláh?
- Other key figures within the Bahá’í Faith
- The principals, laws and teachings of the Faith
- How the Bahá’í Faith relates to other religions
- Administrative structure
- Prayer and spiritual practice
- The work of a Bahá’í
Biography of Sarah Perceval
Sarah Perceval works as a storyteller specializing in sacred stories from all religions. She develops and records stories for adults and children and her performance work centers on interfaith and community cohesion events. Sarah has an extensive background as an actress, puppeteer and corporate communication skills trainer, and started sacred storytelling to unite her creative and spiritual paths. She says “The devil may have the best tunes, but religion has all the best stories.”
Sarah is the Bahá’í representative on the executive committee for Week for Prayer for World Peace and has had a book published, ‘Sacred Earth’, a compilation of quotations from world religion about nature.