An invitation from the Baha'i Communities of Gawler and Light extends to the public next month to attend a newly released documentary, The Gate - Dawn of the Baha'i Faith.
The film has been produced to mark the Bicentenary of the Birth of the Bab, Herald of the Baha'i Faith, and is being shown world-wide.
It will feature for one night only at Gawler Cinemas on Monday, October 14 at 7pm.
Roseworthy's Ken and Jo Hughes are among the Baha'i group of Light who warmly welcome people to join them on the evening.
"The Baha'i Faith is about uniting people of every race, colour, and religion in Unity and Love," Mr Hughes said.
After attending a public meeting fifty years ago, which invited the public to learn about The Baha'i Faith, both decided to study it further.
"A whole new world opened up and we could then see the bigger picture of the oneness of mankind." he said.
All who know the couple understand and see that their Faith means having both a zest for life and a sense of contentment.
Today more than six million people World Wide follow the Baha'i teachings.
For more details you can visit The Baha'i Faith online www.bahai.org.au.
Mrs Hughes said that the film promotes the "amazing and true story of the Prophet Herald, known as The Bab, (meaning The Gate in Persian), and the impact His message continues to have on the world today".
The film was recently shown in Tea Tree Gully with over 170 people from all walks of life in attendance.
For further details, phone 8524 8213.