A major component of any WikiProject is assessing the quality of its articles. One of the initial duties of this project is to assign ratings on all articles based on two scales: its present quality and its relative importance.
A common feature of many WikiProjects is a collaboration - an article selected by those users for special focus for a period of time. As assessment gets under way and users join the WikiProject, it is desirable to select collaborations for improving articles one at a time.
There is coverage of the Bahá'í Faith on all of the Wikimedia Foundation sister projects. If you are a user on Wikipedia, you automatically have membership there as well and many of the policies and editing techniques are the same across several of the projects.
Wikimedia Commons is a repository of free media; it can host audio, images, or video and has several Bahá'í images that can be freely used. If you have any media that you can contribute, you may want to upload it there for use in all of the other Wikimedia Foundation projects.
Wikisource allows users to upload original documents. As of this writing, there are not any relevant documents uploaded there. Since many texts related to the Bahá'í Faith can be reproduced in the public domain, it is possible to upload them there. It is vitally important that you understand the proper copyright status of any document or text before uploading it to Wikisource.
Wikiversity encourages collaboration on learning resources and has a topic on the Bahá'í Studies. You can add resources from other Wikimedia projects there, as well as direct readers to print and Internet resources that will help provide a more comprehensive view of the Bahá'í Faith.
In addition, all of these projects have multilingual components, so you are not limited to simply editing and strengthening English-language pages. There are simple English editions of Wikibooks, Wikiquote, and Wiktionary and none of them presently have any material related to the Bahá'í Faith.