2014 Beulah Review

Beulah 2014 is now history. It was a camp of stark contrasts from Hurricane Arthur and three days of no electrical power to a beautiful sunny and warm closing weekend.  A high degree of flexibility and positive attitude were everywhere evident amidst the rattle of generators, intermittent water supply and the “when the sun goes down, it’s dark” reality.

Significant items:

  1. A clear sense of the Master’s presence on the camp, especially in the deeply anointed service on Thursday morning. 
  2. Extremely positive response to the eight preachers from our district and to Rev Isaac Smith, our special speaker for the weekend.
  3. Ordination of three – Tom Cann, Jacob Ebbett and Scott Wood.
  4. Appointment of our first ever full-time Assistant District Superintendent, Rev. Peter Moore. So good to have Peter, Ellen and the girls back home in Atlantic. 
  5. VBS and Jr VBS with 150+ children and Youth program for circa 100 teens.
  6. Exciting baptism in the river the closing Sunday.
  7. The Church Has Left the Building – a community missions service that featured a truly amazing variety of ministries many of our churches have in their communities.
  8. Our closing rally that highlighted upcoming short-term mission teams; launched Upon This Rock which will see three churches planted in Newfoundland in five years; reported the Relaunch thrust of Bangor Pathway; unpacked the Maximizing Impact weekend at Corbett and the miracle of the little green house. We repeatedly declared that, “We are a community of welcome and witness. We embrace a message of grace and truth, hope and holy living.”
  9. Moving communion service and a special prayer time for healing, both on Sunday morning. 
  10. Election of HC Wilson to a four-year term as District Superintendent. 

NOTE: IMA will be back to the normal format next week.

THOT: “The most important thing in my life is Christ. He’s more important to me than winning or losing or whether I’m playing or not. Everything else is just a bonus.” -Tim Howard, USA World Cup soccer goalie.

ON SECOND THOT: “Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness.” – Anne Frank




Best Years Fellowship – Aug 15-17. Details to follow from director Rev. Mel Norton. Save the dates.



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Main Office:(Year Round)

1830 Mountain Road
Moncton, NB
E1G 1A9

Phone: (506) 383-8326

Seasonal Office:(no mail)

229 Beulah Road
Brown’s Flat, NB
E5M 2R5

Phone: (506) 468-2286

District Superintendent:

Rev. Peter Moore

Executive Administrator:

Mrs. Karrilee Bremner

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