Atlantic Connexion

Corbett Church Trains Kids Ministry Leaders!

Diana Billings is an impressive and effective leader in our Atlantic Tribe and Kids Ministry is booming at Corbett (Jason Vienneau).

  • We all know that training a child up in the way they should go has the absolute greatest Kingdom dividends of anything we do in the Church. According to Barna Group research, 94% of those making first time decisions for Christ do so by age 18

Our Atlantic churches have an army of incredible people who serve the discipleship of our families. Corbett Church Kids Pastor Diana Billings is just one of these amazing leaders. Last week her volunteer team engaged in the first parts of special training to become trauma-informed in how they serve the spiritual journey of children.

  • Special thanks to Rebecca Perry (Saint John First) for her years as our District Children’s Ministry Director. She will conclude service this summer and this past week the DBA appointed Liz Hoyt (Moncton Wesleyan) as our next DCMD beginning after Beulah Family Camp.
If you work with kids and youth across our region – you know who you are!
We appreciate and honour you all!!!
New Hope Celebrates Transformation & Evangelism

By next Sunday, New Hope (Scott Prime) will have celebrated 10 baptisms across two locations over the past month – PTL!

  • At the conclusion of a recent message, anyone who has trusted and follows Jesus was challenged to demonstrate their desire to shine their light for Jesus (witness) by having their hand painted and placing their hand-print on the wall next to the New Hope logo.

This was a public and personal testimony that when presented with the opportunity, these hands will be faithful to talk to someone about WHO Jesus is and WHAT He has done.

Let the Church be the Church!

The DBA convened this week for the annual District Dry Dock and Spring Session. We are blessed by the wisdom, passion, and leadership of these men and women who invest in the future of the Atlantic District.

Pastoral Transitions

This July, Kathy Jeffries (Head of Millstream) will be concluding her dual role in the afternoon circuit providing weekly services at Norton Wesleyan. We are grateful for her double duty over this past year.

  • I was at Norton Wesleyan on Sunday to announce that the DBA has appointed Rev. Amanda Oicle to begin serving as the next Lead Pastor in July. Congratulations to the Oicle family as they prepare to move from Boston this summer. We extend a warm welcome home to Amanda & BJ and their sons, Evan & Travis. Amanda will be preaching this Sunday @ 3 p.m. @ Norton Wesleyan.

CLICK HERE for this detailed update from Full Strength Network. In light of this unexpected and difficult news regarding the drastic changes in this ministry, please be reminded that Made for More Ministries continues to provide District Clergy Care with Jay & Sharon Guptill. Pastors (and immediate dependent family members) appointed to our local churches may contact them directly for up to three counselling/coaching sessions each per year at District expense. We are so grateful that the Guptills are ready to serve when we need them most!

Riverside Wesleyan Camp!

Summer is coming fast and you know what that means…camp season! Riverside Wesleyan Camp has three weeks of fun, activities, and worship planned for all ages. Registration opens soon so don’t miss out!

CLICK HERE for more information and Camp Registration.

Beulah Camp Annual Spring Clean-Up Day!

SAVE the DATE for the annual Beulah Camp & Conference Center (BCCC) Work Day on Saturday, May 11th. Many hands do make lighter work! Plan to spend the morning and early afternoon working with others on cleaning and maintenance items. Lunch will be provided and NEW to this year, we will host an afternoon session in which we will share the Camp Board’s strategic plan of how we plan to address the outstanding deferred maintenance needs as well as the future planning for Tabernacle Terrace. We hope to see you there!

May 25th on Caton’s Island!

We cordially invite you to join us on May 25, 2024 at 4:00 pm on the beautiful Caton’s Island for a mouthwatering meal in support of the ministry of Caton’s Island. This event is aimed at raising funds for the camp which is an excellent initiative to nurture young people’s spiritual and personal growth in Christ.

  • The dinner promises to be a memorable one with delicious food, entertainment, testimonies and an opportunity to learn more about the vision of the camp.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to support an excellent cause, enjoy great food and have a fantastic time on the island. We look forward to seeing you there!

Please RSVP to the Camp by emailing, calling or registering on the website.

Please share this exciting event through social media and with your friends and church family for the fundraising dinner in May. Let’s spread the word and fill the dining hall for this wonderful event!

CLICK HERE for a full promo poster with all the details!

CLICK HERE to sign up for this free micro course!

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

WesLife – TWC Newsletter

God is on the move in the lives of Wesleyans as shared in the April 15 WesLifenewsletter. We are grateful for those in your sphere of influence who are spreading the hope and holiness of Jesus Christ through their gift of writing, serving others and testifying to God’s work in, through and around them.

  • You may view the newsletter by clicking here. The images and article titles within the newsletter are hyperlinked to the full story or the Wesleyans in the News column on

If you are not already receiving WesLife, we invite you to click the subscribe button at the top of the WesLife news page.

  • If we knew all the answers we wouldn’t need to trust Him. (Janet Starks) #faith
  • There are places we cannot go to gather, but there are no places a disciple cannot go. (Richard Cox)
  • Humility is the ability to receive criticism or critiquing without defensiveness… and also to receive commendation without deflection. (Pastor B)
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.

ONLY 15 Spots Left – Register Today!!!

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.
Beulah Family Camp – July 6-14, 2024
CLICK HERE for the April edition of the Beulah Newsletter


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