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It was an encouraging Sunday at The River (Mark Soone). Mark shared, “We had the awesome experience of celebrating baptisms today!”

Pastoral Transitions

  • It was announced at Deep Water (AJ Thomas) on Sunday, that Nathan (Vicky) Maskery (Transformation) will be Candidating on March 23-24 for congregational vote as the next Lead Pastor.
  • Katie Betts announced this Sunday that she will be concluding her staff position at Houlton (Wayne Robertson) on Easter Sunday and will be joining the team of Kentwood Community (Mick Veach) as Young Adults Pastor.
  • Brian (Kimberley) Gilroy (Island) received a 90% vote this weekend for his Extended Call as Lead Pastor.
Crosspoint (John Sherwood) Celebrated Three Baptisms!

Every name has an eternal story of transformation. Kings (Brent Ingersoll) celebrated 68 of these stories across their locations this Sunday – PTL! Brent and Melanie (bottom picture) had the joy of baptizing their youngest, Alex – nothing is sweeter for those of us in pastoral leadership than days like these!

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Joanne Ozon (Hope) has provided leadership to the team effort serving those with special needs for this annual event to celebrate their value and the joy the they bring. CLICK HERE to be inspired with the impact a pastor and her church family can have when they sacrificially invest in loving the least of these in Jesus’ Name. The interview with Joanne also included Hope Wesleyan board member Dan Peacock & his son, Troy. The exponential growth of this annual event is impressive!

Trinity (Joel Bridges) hosted a “Faith and Mental Health” Seminar on Saturday with 6 churches represented. The 40 pastors & ministry leaders in attendance heard presentations addressing Suicide Awareness (Dustin Day), Biblical Misconceptions (Joel Bridges), & Self-Care in Ministry (Marleigh Generaux). Special thanks to Ryan Genereaux for providing these pics. Joel shared, “Many comments about heavy and difficult topics but our leaders are feeling much more equipped with steps forward.”

Brazil Lake – Spiritual Retreat with Design Discipleship

Brazil Lake (Kevin Myers) enjoyed an excellent spiritual retreat weekend on February 16-18. There were 45 who attended Friday and Saturday and 66 on Sunday. Kevin shared, “There was some very sacred moments, and God met with us in many significant and personal ways. I don’t know how to describe it any better than to say that there were several holy moments, Katie-Lynn Mansvelt of Design Discipleship really challenged the hearts and the minds of our people. In addition to this, we also did a meet and greet on the Saturday night (pictured above) for 18 Spanish speaking guests from our community that don’t go to church anywhere. We told them all about the church at the end, and I had a chance to pray over them!”

Moncton (Jim Clements) and Saint John First (Graham Perry) collaborated this month on a mission to 8-Mile Rock on Grand Bahama. Moncton Wesleyan Director of Young Adults and Missions Jordan Day shared, “We worked with the Lighthouse Wesleyan Church which is led by Pastor Raymond Simone. We had an amazing time putting on a Vacation Bible School after school program, as well as working with leaders in the church through seminars, and one on one connections. We ended our week off with an awesome family BBQ and multiple worship services on Sunday. It was amazing to see God work through various churches and cultures!”

Tyndale Seminary Annual Symposium – April 24th

Since 2009, Tyndale Seminary has gathered local scholars, students, and church leaders for an annual Wesley Studies Symposium. The symposium exists to highlight and foster scholarly work on the Wesleyan tradition, as well as research on related topics undertaken by Wesleyans, with a particular focus on Canadian contributions.

This past weekend, Moncton Wesleyan (Jim Clements) hosted the 4th annual Imagine Arts Fest.  The event exists to both encourage artists and to enlighten others to the value of arts for the people of God. The physical gallery space and the live launch event featured the work of more than two dozen local creatives in the spheres of poetry, painting, photography, and more (CLICK HERE for the schedule of events). The weekend capped off with an arts-rich Sunday morning worship service that included dance, live painting, and a meditation on the aesthetic qualities of the Lord’s Supper.

Special Discount – 2024 Wesleyan Pastor’s Manual

Wesleyan Publishing House is happy to inform you that the Wesleyan Pastor’s Manual has been updated to reflect the language used in The Discipline of the Wesleyan Church 2022.

This useful resource and planning guide has been used by Wesleyan pastors for years and is suitable for use in ceremonies and rituals. It contains articles, sermon outlines, prayers, service planning tools, pastoral care resources, and contemporary service forms.

The Wesleyan Pastor’s Manual comes in three formats:

  • Binder & Insert: The binder is an attractive, low-profile black binder with The Wesleyan Church logo imprinted on the cover. (Binder 7.25” x 9”)
  • Insert only: The insert comes as loose-leaf pages wrapped in plastic (Insert: 8” x 5.5”)
  • E-book: The e-book is especially useful for pastors who use tablets when performing ceremonies and rituals.

Pastors may use the discount code DS40 at checkout for 40% off the e-book format. This is a limited-time offer, now through March 14, 2024.

WPH is dedicated to communicating the life-transforming message of holiness through publication. We are committed to providing you, Wesleyan leaders, pastors, and congregants with excellent service and resources to meet your unique needs.

  • I don’t think there is a pathway to holiness without authenticity. (Steve Bean)
  • Will you be faithful to Jesus today so that you will be victorious with Him on that day? (AJ Plaizier)
  • Be more concerned with your character than with your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are. (John Wooden)
SAVE THE DATE: April 12th & 13th

It’s never too early to make plans for the men in your church to be challenged and encouraged at XY MEN’S CONFERENCE – CLICK HERE for details. This year Kings (Brent Ingersoll) will be offering this at a new location – Moncton Wesleyan.

CLICK HERE for More Info & Registration.
Registration opens March 1st
(Early bird pricing – $80 per person through March 31st)
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