Atlantic Connexion

Hope Wesleyan Welcomes New Members

Hope Wesleyan (Joanne Ozon) welcomed five new Church Members this Sunday to deepen their intentional discipleship journey as reports from Easter weekend continue to trickle in from around the district.

Yarmouth Wesleyan (AJ Plaizier) & South (Thomas Cann) celebrated 14 baptisms on Resurrection Sunday.

  • Hillside (Dave Dixon) had five baptisms with 221 present to witness this public testimony.
Moncton Wesleyan – Special Focus on Healing Sunday

Mike MacNeil (Kings) was invited to preach at Moncton Wesleyan (Jim Clements) on Sunday with a special message on healing. The service concluded with a powerful testimony and opportunity for many to come forward to receive prayer for healing. Jim shared that two dozen children had accepted Christ on Easter Sunday as well as several adults in the main service.

  • It is so encouraging to see the increased days of Kingdom synergy between our church families. Kings (Brent Ingersoll) had 30 decisions for Christ on Easter Sunday and has celebrated 164 baptisms in the last four months – PTL!

Pastoral Transitions

  • Dave (Dawn) Wilcox received a 98% vote following a candidating service this Sunday at The Ridge (Mike Agrell).
  • Amy Taylor candidated on Sunday at CenterPoint Wesleyan (Glen McVicar) and was unanimously elected as Lead Pastor beginning this July at the usual time of pastoral transition. Many would remember Amy Corey from her days as Lead Pastor at Brazil Lake Wesleyan a few years ago. Congratulation to Amy and her husband Travis – welcome back into leadership in our Atlantic Tribe!
  • AJ Thomas (Deep Water) will be joining the pastoral team with Brent Ingersoll at Kings in a part time position beginning this summer.
  • Dave Dixon (Hillside) received a unanimous congregational vote this Sunday for an Extended Call as Lead Pastor.
Nearly 800 Registered for Moncton Wesleyan THIS Weekend!

This premier Men’s Conference in our region has the goal of 1000 men within reach for this coming weekend! CLICK HERE for all the information and details you need to register today!

  • 🤠 Mechanical Bull
  • ⛳️ Golf Simulator
  • ⚾️ Fastest Pitch Competition
  • 🎯 Redneck Games
  • 🚜 Mini Excavator Challenge
  • 🍔 Mama K’s Food Truck
  • Don’t miss this opportunity to lead the men of your church into a deeper walk with God – Register today!

Need added 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!

Pastors from Moncton and the surrounding areas (including those coming to XY Conference) are invited to connect in relationship, pray together, and engage in a time of Q&R on pastoral ministry with Darrell Johnson, hosted by Jason Ballard (both Keynote Speakers @ XY).

No cost to attend.

Coffee, refreshments and light snacks will be provided.

Event Details

Date: Friday, April 12th, 2024

Time: 2pm-4pm

Location: Moncton Wesleyan Church

CLICK HERE to Register for FREE for this Friday afternoon event!

An all-day Friday gathering of Kingdom leaders in Atlantic Canada was hosted at the second annual Atlantic Church Leaders Roundtable at Kingswood University. This included presentations from Dr. David Guretzki of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada and Dr. Sam Reimer of Crandall University

Sam Reimer’s research into the shifting beliefs of those who identify as evangelical provided key insight into our post-pandemic ministry context. CLICK HERE for Dr. Reimer’s full presentation. President Lennox has provided excellent leadership to this gift provided for the greater Church in our region.

  • Speaking of the gift of Steve Lennox’s leadership to the Church – check out this new Kingswood Learn micro-course…
CLICK HERE to sign up for this free micro course!

Between all training programs—Kingswood Learn, Kingswood Extended Certificate, Kingswood Extended online, and the Sussex campus, more than 1100 people are preparing to serve the Lord more effectively at Kingswood University!

CLICK HERE for a recent update on the 600 Kingdom leaders engaged in Kingswood Learn.

Answered Prayer: This Thursday, Kingswood received word that the Federal government was giving Kingswood an additional 20 letter of attestation for a total of 27. This will go a long way to alleviate the initial concerns of only being eligible to host 7 international undergraduate students.

World Hope Spring Fundraiser – Ignite Hope

CLICK HERE to view Ignite Hope

This 15-minute online spring fundraiser for World Hope is worthy of your time, promotion, and financial support.

  • CEO Tanya Nace shares, “This year, thanks to our generous donors we have another match. Every dollar given by the end of April up to our $25,000 goal will be doubled! We look forward to celebrating the global impact of World Hope and the many lives of children who have been transformed in the way of Jesus!”
Northeast DS Monthly Zoom

I am grateful for my “Pastor Cluster” each month with these incredible Kingdom servants. The DBA will be tackling a review of Pastor Clusters in our Dry Dock session later this month as we prepare for a recalibration this fall. CLICK HERE to complete the Pastor Cluster Survey if you have not yet had opportunity as it was included in the year-end epistle sent to all pastors last Wednesday. This should only take about five minutes and your input will be very helpful as we look to serving our needs for connection to both encourage and spur us on in our shared mission.

Beulah Family Camp – July 6-14, 2024

Executive Director Tami Mutch-Ketch is offering excellent leadership as plans for Beulah Family Camp are well underway – we look forward to all that God has in store as we gather for this annual highlight of renewal and challenge.

As part of the Meductic Mandate, Pioneer Leader Training is well underway with week 6 of 13 weeks completed. Atlantic District lay leaders Ronald & Suzanne Morneault (Framework), and Tara Lawrence (Woodstock Wesleyan), along with other Wesleyan leaders in North America, are fully committed to developing their networks and neighborhoods for the purpose of sharing the Gospel and making disciples. Co-trainers Jeremy Summers and Tami Mutch-Ketch share excitement about the engagement and call of these individuals to minister to the community and the marketplace. We look forward to future updates of the strategies they are developing for their communities in Maine, New Brunswick, and beyond.

  • If you want to learn more about how Pioneer Leader Training can cultivate high-capacity lay leaders in marketplace disciple-making, please contact Tami Mutch-Ketch at
  • I’ve never recovered from my conversion. (Mike MacNeil) #transformedlife
  • One thing I do know. I was blind but now I see! (John 9:25)
  • Believing in yourself is a flawed philosophy because your abilities are finite. Place all of your confidence in the One who has no limits. (Gabriel Basque)

CLICK HERE to check out this amazing treasure-trove of Kingdom resources provided by The Wesleyan Church in the Church Multiplication Collective!

  • CLICK HERE to contact our District Director of Multiplication (& Asst. DS) Scott Prime for more information about how your church 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!

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.

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.


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Mrs. Karrilee Bremner

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