The Bahá'í Religious Education Agency
of the Office of Public Affairs of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United Kingdom
BREA exists for two main reasons:
  1. to support RE teachers in their work of teaching children about the Bahá’í Faith, by providing suitable materials plus advice or training when required.
  2. toteaching support Bahá’ís who are members of SACRE and other RE bodies, by providing information and advice.
Information for school teachers - we would suggest that you will find the "Primary R.E.", "Secondary R.E." and "About the Bahá'í Faith" are most relevant. If you have a Bahá’í child in your class you may like to download the leaflet
"The Pastoral Care of Bahá’í Children in English Schools"
Scott Murray was granted a scholarship by the Farmington Institute to produce some Bahá’i material for use in schools. You can download the Powerpoint Shows here.

1. An Introduction to the Baha'i Faith

2. The life of the Bab

3. The life of Baha'u'llah

4. The writings of Baha'u'llah

5. The Seven Candles of Unity, a look at Abdul Baha.

6. The spiritual teachings of the Baha'i Faith

7. The social teachings of the Baha'i Faith

8. A New World Order

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About the Bahá'í Faith
Secondary R.E.
Primary R.E
Taking an exam in the Bahá'í Faith
Bahá'í Religious Education in Scotland
Bahá'í Religious Education in N. Ireland
Bahá'í Religious Education in Wales
SACRE - are you a member?
BREA members and associates
Contact us
RE Task Force - Office of Public Affairs
27 Rutland Gate
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All suggestions for additions and/or amendments to the website are very welcome. Please use the Contact Us address
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BREA is an Agency of The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United Kingdom, 27 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PD.
Registered in England – Company limited by guarantee No. 355737, Registered with the Scottish Charity Regulator (SC041673), Registered Charity (1967) 250851 The Assembly also represents the Bahá’í communities of the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands