The Baha’is of South King County are a diverse group who live in
unincorporated areas of southern King County – south of I-90 down to the Pierce County border. We seek to worship, serve our communities and provide a spiritual space to study and grow together.

Who are the Bahá’ís?

Baha’is are an international community of people who believe the crucial need facing humanity at this time is to find a unifying vision of the future of society and of the nature and purpose of life. Baha’is believe that such a vision unfolds in the writings of Baha’u’llah, the founder of the Baha’i Faith.

Learn a little more about the work of Baha'is in America

“The oneness of humanity is far more than a slogan or an abstract and unattainable ideal. It has profound implications for both personal behavior and for the way society is organized― challenging many current assumptions and revolutionizing our conceptions of the relationships that should exist between the individual, society, and its institutions.” 

With this bold reminder of the power of the teachings of Baha’u’llah to influence our world toward greater unity and love, the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States has given America a call to action: “Awareness of the spiritual reality of human beings carries with it the moral requirement that all be given every opportunity to fulfill their potential and to contribute to the advancement of civilization. 

To this end, we have a twofold mission: to develop within our own community a pattern of life that increasingly reflects the spirit of the Bahá’í teachings, and to engage with others in a deliberate and collaborative effort to eradicate the ills afflicting our nation. “A rich tapestry of community life that increasingly reflects the sublime teachings of the Blessed Beauty will not emerge of its own accord. The evils of racism, materialism, and moral decadence will be eradicated only by a love that is translated into action―such actions as deliberately going out of our way to befriend all, appreciating the indispensable contributions of all, and joining hands with all in the creation of a new world.” 

Read the entire statement from February 2017 at

The Baha’is of The United States of America