Atlantic Connexion

Head of Millstream Wesleyan Hosts Christmas Banquet
This Advent season, churches across the region are enjoying a post-pandemic context to return to celebrating Christmas together! On Sunday, Head of Millstream (Kathy Jeffries) held their Christmas Banquet with 33 in attendance. Kathy shared, “We delivered six take out plates plus we delivered supper to Berwick Place which is a Special Care Home in area.”

  • Praise God for the tangible expressions of love poured out in the true spirit of giving that honours the One who gave His only Son!
Wednesday was a huge day of celebration at Kings (Brent Ingersoll)! The denominational restoration process was officially completed for Rev. Bradford Rogers. It was a joy to return his Ordination Certificate on behalf of Dr. Wayne Schmidt and The Wesleyan Church in reinstating his credential as an Ordained Minister of the Gospel.

Bradford and Ashlee are to be commended for their commitment to the journey of healing over these past years as Dr. Steve Elliott ministered as Chair of his Restoration Committee. We are blessed in the sacrificial investment of Kings Church as a critical foundation for the possibility of this new day. Rev. Rogers beautifully led several district guests and Kings staff in receiving the Lord’s Supper as the final step in his journey. This was a day to celebrate Divine grace for God’s glory!

DS Zoom Cluster Receives Wise Cultural Ministry Insights
My “Pastor Cluster” includes monthly meetings with the district superintendents of the northeast. December’s gathering featured CMAD’s Director of Discipleship, Rev. Kim Gladden, to speak into the cultural intelligence needed to best serve the growing ethnic diversity of our context and congregations. We are well served by Kim’s influence at the inner circle of our Church leadership.

  • And speaking of Clusters, Pastor Cluster Leaders will be gathering on Zoom this Wednesday afternoon to review research on stress-resilience in ministry conducted this year by Dr. Charles Stone. This will provide the content for the first three months of Clusters in 2023.
Caton’s Island Winter Newsletter
CLICK HERE to download the inspiring report of how God worked through Caton’s Island (Dean Stephenson) in 2022!

Kingswood University 2023 Vision Tour
A Perfect Christmas Gift for your Marriage!
Made for More Ministries (Jay and Sharon Guptill) are leading a Marriage Retreat at Beulah Camp and Conference Center on February 3-5. It will be limited to 40 couples and registration closes on January 22nd. Sign up today and plan to enjoy a great weekend away as husband and wife.

CLICK HERE for more information and for Registration!
  • Ministry is never easy, but it’s always personal. Those of us who serve and lead the church are on the frontlines of dealing with human brokenness—and we often have scars to prove it. (Hannah King)
  • You have taken account of my miseries; put my tears in your bottle. Are they not in Your book? (King David)
  • Sometimes we bring our lament to a close… sometimes God brings it to a close for us. (AJ Plaizier)
  • You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in You. (Isaiah)
Give A Gift that Keeps on Giving!
Caton’s Island is focused on providing a fun, safe, amazing experience that has one purpose, to show the love of Christ to everyone who attends. Director Dean Stephenson is a proven leader worthy of your partnership. When you give to Caton’s, as a one-time gift or a monthly recurring gift, you are supporting facility upgrades, maintenance, and overall camp operations. Your gift provides a life-changing experience to campers and staff who attend each year, making your donation a greater impact than you will ever know!
  • All donations go to general operations unless stated. If you wish to give to a specific project just let us know when making a donation. CLICK HERE to make a donation now!
 Thank you so much for your generosity!
Pastors have been asking CEO Tanya Nace what projects World Hope International (Canada) has selected for their church Christmas Offerings. Here they are!
$500 helps a first responder provide clean water after a natural disaster
Video Link:$200 helps connect a home in rural Cambodia to clean tapped water
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$55 helps provide a water filter after a disaster has removed access to clean water
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$412 helps provide care for one patient at the LaGonave Wesleyan Hospital in Haiti
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Main Office:(Year Round)

1830 Mountain Road
Moncton, NB
E1G 1A9

Phone: (506) 383-8326

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Brown’s Flat, NB
E5M 2R5

Phone: (506) 468-2286

District Superintendent:

Rev. Peter Moore

Executive Administrator:

Mrs. Karrilee Bremner

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