Local Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Camano Island – 177 B.E.


lsaA Local Spiritual Assembly (LSA) represents a town, city, or county, and are elected annually by direct election. If a locality only has nine Bahá’ís, then no election process is necessary. The Local Assemblies govern Bahá’í community life at the local level, and administer the affairs of the entire community, including coordinating the Nineteen Day Feast, holy day observances, funeral services, marriage counselling and many other tasks, though these are generally done through committee appointment.