The Bulgarian Evangelical Society (1875-1958) and its contribution to the development of Protestantism in Bulgaria

The Bulgarian Evangelical Society (BES) was the first orga-nised initiative of Bulgarian Evangelical Christians to take part in evangelising the Bulgarian people. Founded in 1875, the BES survived several wars and internal problems, until it was dissolved by the Communist regime in 1958. Apart from prin-ting and distributing literature and providing financial aid to preachers […]

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Miss Stone, a missionary from Bulgaria – 1897

Cambridge Chronicle, 10 April 1897 A very lnturc.Htlmr missionary mcetliiK will he held at the North Avenue COOKreKutlonul church, Tuesday evenliiK, April 10th. The ladles of tho foreign mlulonary society win unite with the Y. P, H. (‘. B, und will have tho pleasure of listening to Miss Stone, a missionary from Bulgaria) who Is […]

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Rev.D.N. Furnajieff pastor of a self-supporting Congregational church in Sofia, Bulgaria and president of the Bulgarian Evangelical Society – 1923

Cambridge Chronicle, 10 March 1923 The service was thoroughly enjoyable to an audience that filled the edifice. At the North Congregational church Sunday morning the congregation was favored with an address by Rev. D. N. Furnajieff. pastor of a self-supporting Congregational church in Sofia, Bulgaria, and president of the Bulgarian Evangelical society. The speaker is […]

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