Atlantic Connexion

Sunday was a day of excitement and blessing at Blacks Harbour (Ken Banks). Despite the rain, wind and fog, 40+ persons gathered on the shoreline Sunday afternoon to watch five individuals proclaim their faith in Jesus through baptism.
  • Ken shared, “Among those baptized were a mother and her daughter. Earlier in the day, four new members were received into fellowship as well. There are those who are already expressing an interest in joining the church and of being baptized in the future!”

This Sunday, the Beulah Tabernacle held its second and final Browns Flat Fellowship (Jay & Sharon Guptill) service until after Labour Day. It was a privilege to share from The Word – such a rich tapestry of spiritual heritage in this place. The 52 full-time staff from Caton’s Island were in the service with Director Dean Stephenson. Dr. HC offered a special prayer for their summer ministry ahead and many gathered around to lay hands on them at the altars.

  • Jay Guptill was ministering on Sunday with the Irving family in the Bouctouche Chapel (see funeral announcement below on Friday’s passing of Mr. J. K. Irving). We are blessed by all the ways that God uses Jay & Sharon’s gifted and love-fueled influence to serve Kingdom interests! Check out their Kingswood Learn Micro Course below.

An exciting summer awaits at Beulah Camp and Conference Center!

  • Riverside Wesleyan Camp held its first-ever June Family Camp this Saturday. It was an afternoon full of fun for the whole family. Swimming, hay rides, face painting, sand art, and lawn games were just some of the things that in which children and students delighted, while parents fellowshipped and reminisced about their own days at summer camp.

Riverside Director Parker Davis (Framework) shared, “Our dining room overflowed as over 120 meals were served, followed by even more people joining for the evening service with 180 present! This was by far our biggest turn out since before the pandemic affected our programming.  A team from Framework Church led us in worship, and current and past campers from ages 10 to 80 testified about how Riverside has impacted their lives and relationships with Jesus. I spoke about the mission and purpose of Riverside Camp. The day was rounded out with s’mores around a campfire, with dreams of growing the Family Camp event during the years to come. Many laughs were shared, tears were shed, and heart were filled, a day well spent!

A Cape Sable Unity Service!
  • West Head IVince Robertson) hosted a Unity Service this Sunday with Temple Baptist and The Stone Church with 88 in attendance. A Communion Service was followed by a BBQ as brothers and sisters in Christ shared their love and friendship as a witness to the community!

Our Bible College in Liberia has specifically requested financial help from The Wesleyan Church of Canada to stand with them in a number of much needed renovations and upgraded programs at the college. Their request, which was approved by Global Partners and their national office in Liberia, includes appealing for financial help with such things as:

  • student chairs/desks
  • solar lighting system
  • building repairs
  • scholarships
  • equipment for their nursing program
  • marketing materials

Kindly let your missions and/or finance committee know about these much needed improvements, and if you can help, you can send the support to TWCC office ( and mark it for WM06-0984 Liberia Bible College Scholarships and general operations OR use The Wesleyan Church of Canada webpage ( Maine churches may donate directly to Global Partners using this project number.

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Ellen joins me in expressing our sincere condolences on behalf of the Atlantic District for the following families.Thank you all for your prayers and care for these families in the days ahead.

  • For Rachel (Dan) McGuire, Peter (Cathy) Hayes (Solid Rock Wesleyan), and James (Rhonda) Hayes on the early Friday morning passing of their father, Perley. Thank you for your loving prayers for his dear wife, Carlen, and the extended Hayes family during this time. At Perley’s request, a private family graveside service will be held sometime this summer. CLICK HERE for his obituary with opportunity to share words of support.
  • For the Irving family on Friday’s passing of their father, Mr. James K. Irving. CLICK HERE for his obituary with opportunity to share condolences with the family. SPECIAL NOTE: Don Ingersoll has been asked by the family to lead a Male Minister’s Choir in honour of their father during the service. The Celebration of Life will take place at the Saunders-Irving Chapel this Wednesday @ 11:00 a.m. If you are available to attend, we would kindly ask any men to arrive in the lower room (Wesley Hall) before 10:15 a.m. to rehearse two familiar selections – It Is WellWhat A Day that Will Be. The family is requesting coat and tie attire for those who join the choir.
  • A dual Celebration of Life Service for Dr. William & Wilma Burbury will occur on Monday, July 1st at Framework Church in Presque Isle, Maine at 11:00 a.m. with Bud Fancy officiating. CLICK HERE for his obituary and CLICK HERE for hers. Reserved seating will be provided for ministers and spouses who choose to attend who will also be invited form an honor guard at the conclusion of the service. Bill & Wilma shared a lengthy and rich legacy of serving and leading in the Atlantic District and Kingswood University.
  • The spiritual life is not a life before, after, or beyond our everyday existence. No, the spiritual life can only be real when it is lived in the midst of the pains and joys of the here and now. (Henri Nouwen)
  • You are not who others say you are. You are who God says you are. If your character is not strengthening, your future is weakening. (Craig Groeschel)
  • At the end of the day, the biggest obstacle to evangelism is Christians who don’t share the gospel. (Albert Mohler)
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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