Atlantic Connexion

The Lighthouse (John Lamos) family has been celebrating this month with a total of five baptisms over multiple Sundays. God is on the move on Grand Manan – PTL!
  • Live Well Community (Tim Long) has just been approved for a $50K grant through Feed Nova Scotia – incredible! The goal of this grant is to support organizations willing to try new innovative ideas to address food insecurity on the Digby Neck and Islands (Long & Brier).
Tim shared, “This funding will allow us to implement monthly learning sessions and food supplements to help individuals and families become more food secure while engaging a community based initiative. The Lord has been using food security as a means for us to reach families in our area since 2019 and this initiative is amping up visibility and outreach for Kingdom impact!
Originally Citywide (Fredericton’s Youth Rally) started as just a couple youth groups getting together and building the church community. The rally took place this weekend building on the momentum of One Con at Corbett (Jason Vienneau).
  • Youth Pastor Kade McMinniman shared, “We’ve expanded to about 6 different churches from the Fredericton area! The heart behind Citywide is to show the other church groups we’re not alone, and desire to share the love of Jesus together. We’re here to help, encourage and grow spiritually with each other.”
A First-Ever Sunday Morning Proposal!

Easton (Rich Thomas) baptized and extended the Right Hand of Fellowship in Church Membership on June 9th to Jackie & Jason who have been attending about one year and four years respectively. So, this Sunday they decided to turn up the heat on their connection to the Easton Wesleyan family as Jason proposed to Jackie in the service – congratulations!

  • Rich sharied, “Being a little, rural church doesn’t mean we are weak or ineffective. In fact, we are living proof that God’s work flourishes in every corner of His creation. Our size allows us to cultivate deep, meaningful connections and foster a strong sense of community. With God’s grace, we are growing not just in numbers, but in spirit and purpose, serving as a beacon of hope and faith in our community. God is showcasing that He will move and work where He is welcomed.”
Kings – St. Stephen (Pete Stubbs) held it’s second annual Men’s Range Day this weekend. So many transformed lives have been celebrated through this newer Kingdom location. Pete shared, “At times it is hard to get men together, however, you put guns and BBQ together with some great men and a bond is almost instantly created. Amazing how fast these men become brothers!”
Westchester Wesleyan Supports Community
On Father’s day the Westchester (Sharon Simoneau) presented a donation to our local volunteer fire department. Sharon shared, “The money came from a Ladies Tea and Plant Sale at the church. The first of many more opportunities to come in connecting with our community!’
National Board of TWCC
The National Board of The Wesleyan Church of Canada convened this week to address a variety of matters. National Superintendent Steve Elliott invited an encouraging presentation from World Hope Canada which highlighted that 92% of church partners are Wesleyan with the average church supporting initiatives with annual giving of nearly $6K.
Help Provide Food Relief
for Displaced Haitians
Nationwide, the estimated number of displaced Haitians is 360,000. Though there is food available in country, the costs have skyrocketed leaving thousands of people at risk of malnutrition.  Our Wesleyan and faith-based partners on the ground are ready to distribute food and hygiene kits.

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On May 26, Cyclone Remal, smashed into the low-lying coast of Bangladesh resulting in hundreds of thousands of people being evacuated from their homes. Rev. George Bose, the National Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church of Bangladesh reported that the storm has impacted a majority of those who attend our churches in the Khulna district.
While no Wesleyans lost their lives, many lost their homes, and are in dire straits in regard to housing and food. Cornerstone(Denn Guptill) has already responded financially and any assistance from other district churches would go a long way, in providing a cup of cold water in Jesus’ Name.

  • To expedite the delivery of these funds, Canadian donations may be made by etransfer ( payable to The Wesleyan Church of Canada WM05-0219 NMS-Bangladesh with the added memo Disaster Relief – Bangladesh.”
  • CLICK HERE for a folder with more pics of the cyclone impact.
  • CLICK HERE for the detailed story of the beginnings of TWC of Bangladesh.
  • A good sign of how secure you are is what it takes to offend you. The more secure you are, the less you take offense. (Henry Cloud)
  • Don’t just delegate tasks to the next generation. If you delegate tasks, you create followers. Instead, delegate authority to create leaders. (Craig Groeschel)
  • The authority by which the Christian leader leads is not power but love, not force but example, not coercion but reasoned persuasion. Leaders have power, but power is safe only in the hands of those who humble themselves to serve. (John Stott)
Beulah Family Camp – July 5-14, 2024
Full Camp Schedule Now Available!
Beulah Family Camp is just one month away! CLICK HERE for the full schedule details. Many of the workshops and events have limited seating so be sure to register early. Advance registration for all events (including Kids & Youth programs) will open June 18th.

CLICK HERE for the June Beulah Newsletter!

Riverside Wesleyan Camp!

Summer is coming fast and you know what that means…camp season! Riverside Wesleyan Camp has three weeks of fun, activities, and worship planned for all ages. Registration is now open!

CLICK HERE for more information and Camp Registration.

Caton’s Island Camp Registration

CLICK HERE to register your children soon for the camp dates of your preference this summer – they fill up quickly!

  • Need a reminder of why a Christian Summer Camp experience is so important for our kids? CLICK HERE to be reignited with this truth.

CLICK HERE to check out Follow the Call
A new Wesleyan resource to disciple believers in processing a call to ministry.

CLICK HERE to Register Your Team!

Tee-off at 1 PM at the Sussex Golf Course with Awards Banquet to follow at Kingswood University. There are all kinds of options to plan a great day or mini-retreat with the men from your local church. Registration is now open!



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