Events

Woodland Christian High School, Breslau, ON – Bortsova

Topic: “Messiah in the Passover”

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.

Paisley Missionary Church, Paisley, ON – Bortsova

Topic: “Purim”

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.

Northside Community Church, Kitchener, ON – Bortsova

Topic: “Messiah in the Passover”

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.

Salvation Army (Acton), Acton, ON – Bortsova

Topic: “Messiah in the Passover”

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.

Passover Seder

North York Mandarin Alliance Church, Toronto, ON – Bortsova

Topic: “Messiah in the Passover” with congregational participation

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.

Shavuot

Bethel Christian Reformed Church, Acton, ON – Bortsova

Topic: “The Feast of Weeks”

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.

Ossington Avenue Baptist Church, Toronto, ON – Bortsova

TOPIC: “HANUKKAH – THE LIGHT OF CHRISTMAS”

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.

Parallel between Jesus' and Rabbinic teachings

Cornerstone Chinese Alliance Church, Markham, ON – Bortsova

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.

Praying hands

Calvary Pentecostal Church, Renfrew, ON – Bortsova

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.

Torah

Bethel Pentecostal Church, Trenton, ON – Bortsova

TOPIC: YOM KIPPUR – THE DAY OF ATONEMENT

Anna Bortsova

Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father coached a Soviet Olympics team and her mother taught English as a Second Language. After Anna married Vladimir Bortsov, they lived and worked in Kazakhstan, one of the southern former Soviet republics. In 1991, both Vladimir and Anna accepted the Lord.