Learned Members of the Community:

Those who have dedicated time to study the writings and history of the Bahá’í Faith, including the specific teachings and interpretations upheld by the BUPC, would likely be respected sources of counsel. This can include scholars or individuals recognized for their wisdom and insight into religious matters.

Topics for consideration

Elders or Long-standing Members:

Elders or individuals who have been part of the BUPC community for a long time and have shown a deep commitment to its principles might also offer counsel. Their experience and understanding of the community’s history and challenges could provide valuable perspective.

Members of the Councils or Committees

If the BUPC has established any administrative bodies or councils to manage affairs or offer guidance to its members, those serving on such bodies would be positioned to offer counsel. Their roles might involve ensuring the spiritual and administrative well-being of the community.

Leadership Figures

These could include individuals recognized by the BUPC as having authority or a specific role within their community structure. Given the BUPC’s focus on adherence to their interpretation of the covenant, leaders within this group who are seen as knowledgeable about the writings and teachings could offer counsel.