Atlantic Connexion

Transformed lives were celebrated in Port Maitland (Barry Vernon) this Sunday! Barry shared, “What an exciting day for us. The young girl’s mother assisted me for both baptisms. She also helps with Awana and the youth group. Her daughter was beaming and said that she had a happiness that wouldn’t go away – PTL!”

  • Special thanks to Yarmouth (AJ Plaizier) for loaning the portable baptistry – an historic first to have baptisms inside the church as the ocean has been the primary place for this sacrament down through the years.

Sharon Simoneau (Westchester) began her ministry in October and this Sunday she shared, “There’s a new name written down in glory as of this morning!” Praise the Lord for this report of someone giving their life to Christ and for this new season of fruit bearing.

Pastor Cluster Leaders Prepare for Next Quarter

On Wednesday, Pastor Cluster Leaders convened to review material for the next three months of cluster gatherings with a focus on multiplication. Jason Blaikie (Framework) shared his experience at Exponential earlier this month which will be the basis for some of the material discussed in the monthly meetings this quarter.

  • In addition, our District Director of Multiplication (and Asst. DS) Scott Prime (New Hope) shared about how every church in the district can take advantage of the opportunity to join and/or lead a Multiplication Network.

Pastors are also being encouraged to consider how their churches may be led to engage with the Multiplication Networks in the Central Canada District.

A high quality resource has just been launched as the Wesleyan Diaspora Network (WDN) which is a joint initiative of CMAD and GP. Justin Bradbury (Lead Pastor of Calgary Wesleyan and Regional Director of Western Canada in the Central Canada District) has been working with denominational leaders to prepare this exciting new resource for our pastors and churches.

  • The WDN exists to connect, resource, and equip leaders desiring to love and serve newcomer communities to North America, and to partner with diaspora Christians in disciple-making and church planting efforts.

The WDN seeks to accomplish this by:

  • Creating learning environments for acquiring best practices in diaspora ministry
  • Connecting leaders to coaches and mentors with expertise in diaspora mission
  • Equipping North American leaders to develop Kingdom partnerships with diaspora Christians

The WDN will launch with its first 6-week learning community, commencing April 11 and running until May 16. CLICK HERE for a detailed two-page overview of this 6-week resource.

Scan this QR Code or CLICK HERE to register today!

It was a wonderful day of worship (bottom pic) and The Word at Encounter (Jim Agrell) this Sunday. These continue to be encouraging days of post-pandemic rebuilding. Saturday evening featured as special JOY (Just Older Youth) event – a Newfoundland Kitchen Party!

  • Kissing the cod and all the fun traditions were very energetically led by two resident Newfoundlanders – a fantastic idea to celebrate our region as we continue to plan and pray for new Kingdom locations on The Rock!

Pastoral Transitions

  • Luke Budreau (Journey) announced his resignation this Sunday which will be effective in the summer. He has accepted the position as Station Manager at JoyFM – a long-time Christian Radio Station in Fredericton – congratulations!
  • Sheryl York preached this past weekend for an introductory Sunday at Connection (Interim Matt Forrest). She and Dwayne will be moving to Truro this summer for the year of ministry ahead as the next Interim Lead Pastor).

Many of our missions leaders across the Atlantic region enjoyed taking part in the annual Jesus to the Nations Conference in Halifax this past weekend. Mick Veach (Kentwood Community), one of our recent Evangelists at Beulah Family Camp 2022 was a Keynote Speaker this year!

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.
  • Jesus has so much more FOR you than He wants FROM you. (Jim Agrell)
  • If God is your partner, make your plans big! (DL Moody)
  • The power of prayer is unlocked by belief and unleashed through practice. Faith and faithfulness are the bookends of prayer. (Dan Reiland)
April 12-13 @ Moncton Wesleyan
CLICK HERE for details and registration

Need an incentive to invite someone new from your church or an unchurched friend? Just pay their registration in full and send a copy of the receipt to Include their name and the email to use for an e-transfer reimbursement. The Atlantic District will reimburse $50 of the total registration per new attendee or unchurched friend you invite up to the first 50 submissions.

  • Brent Ingersoll (Kings) has provided additional inspiration for you to play a critical role in helping us reach 1000 men in worship for this incredible weekend ahead.

CLICK HERE to catch Brent’s passion and get started recruiting today!

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.

Second Annual Woman’s Retreat @ Beulah Camp

Register now for the women’s weekend “Come Away My Beloved – Made in His Image” April 26 – 27, 2024 at Beulah Camp and Conference Center. This opportunity is for women of all ages to engage in spiritual retreat from the routine of life, and experience Christ in an atmosphere of stillness, reflection, and rest.

If you are hungering for more of Jesus, come and hear from these amazing women of God about a deeper understanding of who you are in Christ, and how the Holy Spirit speaks and works,

Space is limited. Plan now to attend!

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

CLICK HERE to check out Follow the Call
A new Wesleyan resource to disciple believers in processing a call to ministry.

CLICK HERE to sign up for this free micro course!

CLICK HERE to visit Kingswood Learn and enroll for FREE high-quality, engaging, and practical micro courses.



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