Bahá'í

The teachings of Bahá'u'lláh (The Glory of God),founder of the Bahá'í Faith in Persia in the early 19th century, are vast in scope, exploring such things as the nature and purpose of revelation, the inherent nobility of the human being, the cultivation of spiritual qualities, and the interaction of humanity with the natural world.

There is no priesthood, but Bahá'í does have an administrative order. We meet in our homes, at least every 19 days according to the Bahá'í calendar.

Peter Lee

Hi! Welcome to Exeter.

We have a lively Bahá’í community in Exeter with regular meetings. Along with my work at the University of Exeter, I am a professional studio potter with many years of teaching experience. I am very approachable and happy to be contacted for consultations and discussion to assist your journey at the University.

Peter Lee, Bahá’í Chaplain

Peter Lee

Bahá'í Chaplain

Email: peter.lee@exeter.ac.uk
Phone: + 44 (0)1392 205064
Mobile: 07986 326278

Baha'i beliefs

  • All humanity is one family
  • Women and men are equal
  • All prejudice – racial, religious, national or economic – is destructive and must be overcome
  • Science and religion are in harmony
  • Our economic problems are linked to spiritual problems
  • The family and its unity are very important
  • There is one God
  • All major religions come from God
  • World peace is the crying need of our time
  • The independent investigation of truth

In the Community

There is a study/devotion evening every Tuesday during term time, at 7:30pm in the Chaplaincy Quiet Room, on the first floor of the Old Library. All are welcome!