Ontario Zoroastrian Community Foundation
 

OZCF Lecture Series

  • 15 Dec 2018
  • 12:18 PM - 5:00 PM
  • OZCF

OZCF Lecture Series
Presents
Two Interesting presentations ...

Date:    Saturday, December 15, 2018

Time:   12.30pm

Price:   $10 per person (free for children till the age of 18 years)

12.30pm:  Lunch

1:30 pm -            Photographic journey of AIRYANA VAEJA
      (now known as Uzbekistan)

- Ervad Kobad Zarolia

Ervad Kobad Zarolia is a Zoroastrian Priest from Ontario and he has been serving North American Zoroastrian community for last 47 years. Ervad Kobad is the founding president of the North American Mobed Council (NAMC), the founding president of Ontario Zoroastrian Community Foundation (OZCF), and past president of Zoroastrian Society of Ontario (ZSO). He is also the Founding Director of WZCC.

Ervad Kobad represented the Zoroastrian Community at the 1993 & 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions. He was a speaker at the "Ancient Traditions Contemporary Realities”, a Meeting of Israel-Asia Faith Leaders Conference in Israel in Sept. 2016. Ervad Kobad has been a speaker at North American and World Zoroastrian Conferences

3:00 pm -             Tea

3:15 pm -             Live your Prayers       - Ervad Tehemton Mirza

Ervad Tehemton Mirza underwent rigorous religious training at the M.F. Cama Athornan Institute and was ordained Navar and Maratab at Udvada Atash-Behram. His professional carrier took him from Mumbai to Iran to Indonesia and he finally settled in London, Ontario, Canada where he and his wife Zenobia own and operate a CPA practice. As a Mobed, Tehemton volunteers religious and spiritual services to Zoroastrians in South Western Ontario and Michigan.

In addition to being a recreational pilot and a marathoner, Ervad Tehemton has published articles on Zoroastrianism in North American publications and lectured on Zoroastrian topics at various Zoroastrian associations throughout North America. Currently, he serves as Vice President of North American Mobeds Council (NAMC).

Ervad Tehemton believes Zoroastrianism is a way of life. Zoroastrians are expected not just to say or chant their prayers, but to understand them, learn from them and, most importantly, live them. Time-tested instructions of a happy and prosperous life are preserved in Zoroastrian prayers. Discover this ancient treasure of wisdom in basic Zoroastrian prayers and apply them to your present-day life.

The cost of attending the session is $10/- per person; children up to the age of 18 years are free. If you plan to attend, please give your name to Ervad Nozer Kotwal at (905) 820-0461 stating how many adults and/or children, veg. or non-veg., will be attending, a.s.a.p. but not later than December 10th.


Click Here for the PDF information

© Ontario Zoroastrian Community Foundation
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software