The Bahá'í community of Honduras is the name under which people and institutions come together and are recognized as Bahá'ís.

Its origin dates back to 1946 when Mr. John Eichenauer arrived to the city of Tegucigalpa, as a Bahá'í from North America.

The administrative basis of the Bahá'í Faith conisists of Institutions elected in each community. In 1955 the first local institution was formed in the city of Tegucigalpa and then in 1961 the first national institution was formed.

Today we can find Bahá'ís in many parts of the country and in each one of these communities there are many activities taking place, which are open for the general public (see the list of communities for a calendar of activities in your area).