• Bicentenary stories in Montreal, Quebec

    Celebrating the bicentenary of the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh


    The Bahá’í community-building process started in the Côte des Neiges neighbourhood in 2010.

    Documentary film on Tahirih Qurratu l-ʿAyn

    An Iranian woman of letters


    On April 15, playwright, actress and filmmaker Shabnam Tolouei’s new documentary film, Dust-Flower-Flame, was screened at Concordia University.

    Maxwell Lectures 

    Intellectual and spiritually challenging presentations.


    The lectures are dedicated to the founding family of the Bahá’í Faith in Canada.
    - Human Rights
    - Law and Metaphor
    - The Human Paradox

    In honor of Violet States

    First Black Woman to be accepted in a major orchestra in Canada


    At a time when women had just won the right to vote and where segregation was at its height, she had an exceptional career, paving the way for future generations.
  • Visit the Montreal Bahá’í Shrine

    Montreal Bahá’í Centre
    Montreal Bahá’í Library


    This sacred spot is unique in the world.
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    What it means to be a Bahá’í?

    Recognizing Bahá’u’lláh as Messenger of God for today.


    To be a Bahá’í simply means to love all the world; to love humanity and try to serve it;
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    Montreal Bahá’í History

    An inspiring and unique look at the history of the Bahá’í faith in Montreal.


    Before the turn of the century, the only Canadian Bahá’ís were to be found in the United States, in the city of Chicago.
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    What the Bahá’ís do

    Join the various activities


Spiritual Study

The purpose of the Bahá’í Faith is to unite all of humanity and rebuild society. It’s an organic process that can’t be dictated from above. It starts with the individual’s recognition that there is more to life than material gain, that we are spiritual beings and our greatest happiness truly is in serving others.


Youth Groups

For Bahá’ís, the years of youth are a special time of high potential. Indeed, the young have been at the forefront of activity at every notable point in the history of the Bahá’í faith.


Children's Classes

Bahá’ís in local communities around the world hold weekly children’s classes to develop virtues, learn the history and principles of the Bahá’í Faith and to create a strong moral framework in which they can achieve excellence in the material, intellectual and spiritual aspects of life.



Collective worship is essential to the spirit of the community. Just as the individual’s spiritual journey begins with prayer and a connection to the Creator, collective worship is the foundation for the community’s development and progress. When we come together to worship with our friends and family, prayer becomes part of the fabric of our lives, not just a special occasion.



Opening Hours


The Bahá’í Bookstore hours are:
Tuesday to Friday: 11am-4pm
Saturday: noon-5pm
Sunday: noon-5pm
Monday: Closed



Bahá'í Center


177, av des Pins E
Montréal, QC H2W 1N9
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Phone: 514-849-0753

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Montreal Shrine


1548, av des Pins O, Montreal
Phone: 514-939-2262

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