Events

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.

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.

Rockcliffe Pentecostal Church, Owen Sound, ON – Bortsova

Shavuot: the Feast of Weeks – Pentecost

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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.

St.Clair Evangelical Missionary Church, Scarborough, ON – Bortsova

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.

St.Clair Evangelical Missionary Church, Scarborough, ON – Bortsova

Topic: The Fall Feasts of Israel

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.

The Fall Feasts

Friends of Jesus Christ, Toronto, ON – Bortsova

LIVESTREAM PRESENTATION (http://www.friendsofjesuschrist.com/livestream)

Presenter: Anna Bortsova Learn more

SUKKOT – The Feast of Tabernacles

The Hebrew Bible calls it  “Chag HaSukkot,” “Festival of the Booths” (Leviticus 23:34-36). This Festival is concluded after eight days, known in Hebrew as Shemini Atzeret. God commanded His people to build booths and live in these temporary dwellings during Sukkot to remind us of our humble beginnings in the wilderness.  You shall dwell in booths for seven days”  (Leviticus 23:42-43). 

Olivet Baptist Church – Meaford, ON – Sedaca

ONLINE PRESENTATION: https://olivet.online/

SUKKOT – The Feast of Tabernacles

The Hebrew Bible calls it  “Chag HaSukkot,” “Festival of the Booths” (Leviticus 23:34-36). This Festival is concluded after eight days, known in Hebrew as Shemini Atzeret. God commanded His people to build booths and live in these temporary dwellings

Olivet Baptist Church – Meaford, ON – Sedaca

ONLINE PRESENTATION: https://olivet.online/

YOM KIPPUR – The Day of Atonement

In the Hebrew Bible (TANACH), Yom Kippur is called ‘Yom Hakippurim’ – literally ‘The Day of Atonements or Coverings’ (Leviticus 23:27-32). It is the only day for which the Lord commanded His people to fast. 

Olivet Baptist Church – Meaford, ON – Sedaca

ONLINE PRESENTATION: https://olivet.online/

ROSH HASHANAH – The Feast of Trumpets

Rosh Hashanah is the first Fall Festival.  The rabbis designated it as the New Year from the tradition that this was the day Adam was created, the completion of the created world.

The main theme of this Festival is the regathering of the dispersed of Israel from the four corners of the earth (Isaiah 11:11-12; 1 Thessalonians 4:16-18).

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Bethel Bible Chapel, Shelburne, ON – Araujo

Topic: The Feast of Trumpet

Marcello Araujo

Marcello Araujo was born and raised in a Jewish family in the South American country of Ecuador.  As he grew up, this nice Jewish boy became a political activist who wanted to change the world through Marxism.