Atlantic Connexion

Easter Weekend Highlights for God’s Glory!
We are called as ambassadors of reconciliation with God because Christ arose. This Easter Weekend was a glorious celebration in the harvest of transformed lives! Let each face and number inspire you with a renewal of the eternal importance of your Kingdom service. Every number has a name, every name a story, and each one a Spirit-changed life for eternity and for His glory!
Amherst (Evan Oxner) celebrated four baptisms with 102 who gathered on Good Friday. Easter Sunday filled the sanctuary with 155 – the largest service since pre-pandemic. Evan shared, “One of the boys who was baptized had invited the other boy to Konnect Play (our kids mid-week program) where he decided to follow Jesus and also wanted to be baptized. Such an incredible example! The gentleman said in his testimony that Jesus saves and everyone needs to know that. AMEN!”
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with Lower Hainesville (Peggy Yetman)
Crosspoint (John Sherwood) celebrated three baptisms on Sunday – one in each service and one in between as a crowd gathered around!

  • Blacks Harbour (Ken Banks) hosted 65 guests for their annual Easter Breakfast. A total of 115 worshippers gathered for the service – the highest attendance since the Banks began serving there.

Was your Easter turnout and engagement less than you had hoped it would be? Don’t despair – CLICK HERE for a word of encouragement entitled, “The Monday after Easter” by James Emery White.

New Hope (Scott Prime) celebrated a huge weekend of community connection with well over 300 in two hours during their Easter Eggstravaganza. Scott shared, “It was a huge success. Seeds have been planted, may the Holy Spirit water them.”

  • Easter Sunday attendance at the two locations was 364 – the highest single Sunday in New Hope’s history! With the Good Friday Service attendance, the weekend events exceeded 950 – PTL!
Jonathan’s Heart Outreach @ Solid Rock (Peter Hayes)
Jonathan‘s Heart Ministries held an Easter party this Saturday for families with autism, exceptionality‘s and friends. Assistant Pastor Jennifer White shared, “We had 84 in attendance and had a very ‘hopping’ good time!”
Corbett (Jason Vienneau) worshipped with 182 (45 kids) on Good Friday and 284 (73 kids) on Easter Sunday. Best of all there were five baptisms – PTL!
“I was a stranger and you welcomed me…” (Matthew 25:35)
Hope (Joanne Ozon) experienced a unique Easter connection this weekend. CLICK HERE to read the first hand account of a special new friend welcomed by the Hope Wesleyan family.
Last week’s edition of the Connexion featured the Live Well Community story through God’s blessing on the sacrificial and effective ministry of Tim & Julie Long. This Easter Sunday there were 62 at Live Well and 35 at the Island satellite (Freeport, NS) – for a total of 85 different people attending. Their first Easter in 2017 had 12 worshippers present. This is a phenomenal 5% of the population of the Digby neck & islands. Best of all, three baptisms were celebrated!
Celebration Centre Packed @ Moncton Wesleyan
Moncton (Jim Clements) is experiencing an encouraging and fruitful season of rebuilding in this post-pandemic season. There were 1,648 present for Easter Sunday – the highest for any primary worship service since pre-pandemic. Praise God for the lives being impacted with the Gospel!

There are two key staff positions open for application as the MW family prepares for continued growth:

  • CLICK HERE for the Teaching & Missions Pastor position.
  • CLICK HERE for the Worship & Creative Arts Pastor/Director position.
Journey (Matt Maxwell) recently added to the flags in the sanctuary now representing 33 nations which gather to worship as part of this growing spiritual family. Palm Sunday welcomed 408 into worship, and on Easter there were two services, three baptisms, and four salvations – PTL!

  • More than 350 sticky buns were baked fresh on Easter morning to enjoy between the services and with 548 present, everyone left with full hearts and a good taste in their mouths. Praise God for this season of harvest through the Journey family!
CLICK HERE for Info & CLICK HERE for Registration
Thank you for your prayers and support as Ellen and our family mourn the loss of her stepfather, Art Cipryk, in the early hours of Good Friday. These are challenging days for our entire family and we welcome your prayers – especially for her mother, Marg.

  • We are so grateful for the exceptional ministry of the Kings family during this week. CLICK HERE for his obituary with opportunity to share condolences with our family as we gather on Wednesday to celebrate Art’s life.
  • Lost people get saved. Saved people get pastored. Pastored people get discipled. Discipled people get mobilized. (Chris Hodges)
  • History would tell us that ignoring technological revolutions isn’t the wisest choice and A.I. is no exception. Leaders who ignore the future have a hard time doing ministry in the future. (Carey Nieuwhof)
  • Let us not become weary in doing good for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. (Apostle Paul)
Partnered in Ministry for Student Discipleship
District Children’s Ministry Director (Rebecca Perry) and District Youth Co-Presidents (Martin Stehouwer & Ryan Genereaux) are bringing a day of ministry collaboration to three Atlantic locations this spring:
•          Woodstock – April 15th 10am-12pm
•          Halifax – April 22nd 10am-12pm
•          Saint John – May 20th 10am-12pm
Life is so much easier when we work together! Ministry is no different. If you serve the children and youth of your congregation, we invite you to join us for a time to connect. We would love the chance to meet those who are working alongside us in the Kingdom. We desire to purposefully connect, encourage and resource one another! Stay tuned for more information and save the date for the location and date best for you.
Summer Ministry Opportunities!
We are seeking energized, hard-working, responsible individuals who want to work in a Christian camping ministry environment. Beulah Camp and Conference Center is a year-round facility that offers retreat, recreation, and residential living for families, individuals, and ministry groups. We require extra help during our high season of May-August, while also offering casual employment or short-term contractual opportunities throughout the year. If you enjoy unique ministry/service experiences, love meeting new people, and are willing to work hard while having fun, we want to hear from you!
ATTN Ladies: An Opportunity for Retreat!
Beulah Camp and Conference Center in partnership with Made for Ministries and More than Design Inc. is pleased to invite you to Come Away My Beloved. This is an opportunity for women to engage in spiritual retreat from the routine of life, and experience Christ in an atmosphere of stillness, reflection, and rest.

CLICK HERE for more information and online registration!

Save the Date! Don’t miss out on this meaningful opportunity for a spring ministry outing for a group from your church. Friday night accomodation available upon request.
Registration is open for this year’s XY Men’s Conference on May 26-27. This is a powerful weekend for men to come together in unity, for a weekend of fun, worship and The Word. Seats are limited so register today!
One Con – June 2-3, 2023 @ Moncton Coliseum
ONE Conference has always been a movement seeking to align the youth of Atlantic Canada with the heart of God. As revival spreads and Gen Z are increasingly called into a deeper relationship with Jesus, the timing of this gathering has never been more important. We are so excited to return to the Moncton Coliseum for 2023, and to be able to get everyone in ONE space, as ONE church, worshipping ONE God.
KU 2023 Vision Tour – CLICK HERE for PDF Poster
CLICK HERE for Caton’s Island Camp Registration
CLICK HERE to Download Promo Poster
CLICK HERE for More Info & Observer Registration
Follow 2023 – International Wesleyan Youth Conference
Our Church Multiplication & Discipleship team would love to invite you to the International Wesleyan Youth Conference – Follow 2023.

  • All middle school, high school, and young adults are welcome to come discover their kingdom calling. We are expectant for God to move in mighty ways. Mark your calendar for December 28-30, 2023 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

CLICK HERE for a video recap of Follow 2019!



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