Atlantic Connexion

Solid Rock (Peter Hayes) had a very special Christmas outreach earlier this month. Assistant Pastor Jennifer White leads Jonathan’s Heart Ministries which hosted a Christmas party. Jennifer shared, “Over 90 of the 120+ invited guests showed up and the smiles and happy faces were priceless! What a blessing it is to serve our autistic community this way.”

  • Everyone received an invitation to Solid Rock’s Christmas Eve service and there was even one person that tuned in the next day for the online service Sunday morning – PTL!

The Wesleyan Church has a long history of caring for marginalized and vulnerable children. Hephzibah 62:4 Legacy Partnerships include three years of grants from Hephzibah 62:4, equipping opportunities for church and ministry leaders and volunteers. Under the capable leadership of Director Jodi Lewis, these partnerships provide new places to which Wesleyan churches can send vision and work teams, develop long-term supportive relationships and invest in excellent ministries dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable children.

Pastor Cluster Leaders’ Training for 2023

Pastor Cluster Leaders gathered on Zoom last Wednesday afternoon to review research on stress-resilience in ministry conducted this year by Dr. Charles Stone. His in-depth insights and practical recommendations for the skills pastors can develop for greater resilience will be a timely investment in the New Year. This will provide the content for the first three months of Clusters in 2023. Special Thanks to the 20+ Cluster Leaders who make this connection opportunity possible for our Ministerial Tribe.

Shawn Craven Receives Queen’s Jubilee Medal – Congratulations!
On Friday, Shawn Craven (Havelock) was awarded the Queens’s Jubilee medal by MLA Ronnie LeBlanc at a special ceremony in Halifax. Shawn was recognized for his work in the community of Weymouth with the fire service, school and church. What an amazing way to promote the love of Jesus in a very public way.

  • Congratulations, Shawn! Thanks for all the ways you let His light shine through you – way to go!
It was a feast fit for a King. Not Charles – even better – the King of Caton’s Island, Dean Stephenson! On Wednesday evening, the leadership of Atlantic District Camp Ministry enjoyed a wonderful Christmas gathering for food and fellowship to celebrate all that God has done to transform lives in 2022. Executive Director Tami Mutch-Ketch shared words and gifts of appreciation for all!

  • NOTE: District Office will be closed on December 23rd @ Noon and will reopen on January 3rd. Voicemail will be checked on a daily basis to address messages pertaining to time-sensitive matters.
CLICK HERE for An Excellent Free Resource on Evangelism
  • Once in our world, a stable had something in it that was bigger than our whole world. (C.S. Lewis)
  • If nothing changes, churches will continue to shrink while members remain impotent amid fields white unto harvest. Discipling people into Christ is easier than discipling them after conversion. (Ralph Moore)
  • The two questions Kingdom leaders ask: What does God want? What does it look like when He gets it? (Darren Campbell)
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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Click here to get slides for your church service or social media posts.

Caton’s Island Winter Newsletter
CLICK HERE to download the inspiring report of how God worked through Caton’s Island (Dean Stephenson) in 2022!
KU 2023 Vision Tour – CLICK HERE for PDF Poster
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!


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Main Office:(Year Round)

1830 Mountain Road
Moncton, NB
E1G 1A9

Phone: (506) 383-8326

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Phone: (506) 468-2286

District Superintendent:

Rev. Peter Moore

Executive Administrator:

Mrs. Karrilee Bremner

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