SAVE THE DATE NEW YEAR'S EVE GALA - DECEMBER 31, 2019 We are extremely excited to kick-off our NAZC2020 execution campaign with a New Year's
Houston Chronicle - Zest, will carry the Atash Kadeh Inauguration story tomorrow, March 30, 2019. Here is the link to the full story on Zoroastrians
The Bhandara Atash Kadeh @ ZAH is now officially open for all. The ZAH Atash Kadeh committee is pleased to announce that there will be a
In case you missed the Grand Jashan, or want to see a closeup. The live stream video of the Bhandara Atash Kadeh Grand Jashan is online on
March 20 - 24, 2019 For Live Events of Atash Kadeh The Zoroastrian Association of Houston proudly announces the grand opening
- ZAH New Years Eve 2019 Celebrations on 01/01/2020 - 01/01/2020 @ Zarathushti Heritage & Cultural Center -
Zoroastrian Association of Houston
The Zoroastrian Association of Houston (ZAH) was established in 1976 to promote the religious, social, and cultural aspects of the Zoroastrian faith.ZAH is fortunate to have in the local Mobeds (priests) who conduct religious services, ceremonies, and rituals; numerous individuals whose serve on executive boards and committees(i.e. youth, sports, Sunday school, religious services, outreach,Golden Group & Library) provide leadership and vision to growing community and countless active members who through their participation, initiative, and hard work are committed to building a strong community.
The Zoroastrian Association of Houston (ZAH) was established in 1976 to promote the religious, social, and cultural aspects of the Zoroastrian faith.ZAH is fortunate to have in the local Mobeds (priests) who conduct religious services, ceremonies, and rituals; numerous individuals
Come on over, cause you are always welcome to Houston!
Manashni, the monthly newsletter of ZAH, disseminates information on community-related activities that include news...
The Zoroastrian Association of Houston has a number of scholarships for students attending an accredited college.
One Sunday afternoon in April 1981, over a cup of tea, Farrokh Mistree suggested that we start a Sunday School.