Atlantic Connexion

Praise God for 67 baptisms this Sunday across Kings (Brent Ingersoll) locations! Every number has a name. Every name an eternal story of transformation. And one of those names was Mya (pictured lower left) – the daughter of Pete & Shawna Stubbs leading Kings – St. Stephen. There is nothing sweeter for Kingdom leaders than celebrating this sacrament with the first-ministry of our own family!

Amherst Wesleyan Youth Rally

Amherst Wesleyan (Evan Oxner) held its second annual youth rally this past weekend with 71 teens plus adults in attendance. This event was led by Assistant Pastor Bradford Jordan in partnership with Youth For Christ. Bradford shared, “We had a free BBQ, games, and ended with a spirit filled time of worship. Two teens not connected to a church youth group came and we were able to make a strong connection with them.”

Last Monday, Amherst Wesleyan also launched its ESL course. CLICK HERE for more details. Bradford shared, “We have seen a surge of immigrants and refugees come to Amherst the past two years and have wanted to find relevant ways to engage and connect with them. The ESL course has done just that.”

Another excellent graduation weekend was celebrated at Kingswood University! President Steve Lennox has shared that between all training programs — Kingswood Learn (CLICK HERE for a recent update), 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!

Graduate Isai Calderon joins the KU staff as Men’s Resident Director, and Graduate Andrea Mendez Ramirez begins this week as the International Student Liaison. Kingswood will welcome the first cohort of students in the Crandall MA in Management degree program as they arrive next week for orientation. These are exciting new days for KU!

Pastoral Updates

  • Graduate Parker Brewer (bottom picture above) from Houlton Wesleyan(Wayne Robertson) will be joining the team of Jim Agrell this fall as Encounter’s full-time Worship Pastor after his internship at Framework this summer.
  • On April 21st, John Sherwood received a 96% congregational vote at Crosspointfor an Exteneded Call as Lead Pastor.
  • Thomas (Jorja) Mason has accepted the position as Worship Pastor at Kings West(Adam Brewer).
  • It was announced this Sunday at Hartland Wesleyan that Brian Murray will be serving as a one-year Interim Lead Pastor beginning in July.
SJ1 Worship Team

I enjoyed worshipping this Sunday with our Saint John First (Graham Perry) family. Registration is encouraging for an annual Ladies Retreat scheduled for this coming Saturday.

  • National Superintendent Steve Elliott has created greater focus and support for those in our ministerial ranks engaged in Chaplaincy ministry. The following exciting report was sent in yesterday by Chaplain Judy Adams!

God is moving in our prisons. It has been – and continues to be – my favourite place to work and minister. In January, we prepared to baptize three men at the Springhill Institution. They shared their prepared testimonies of their faith journey and commitment to follow God. A fourth man joined at the last minute, followed by THREE more impromptu men – all of whom shared their testimonies. A total of 7 baptisms in one of our federal prisons set me on a ‘high’ for some time! Praise God for his presence in these sometimes forgotten environments!

Come Away My Beloved – 2024

65 women of all ages from NS, PEI, and NB gathered this weekend at Beulah to claim who they are in Christ! Through worship, preaching, workshops, solitude, conversations, delicious food and fun; the women testified how they felt more equipped to return home and share Jesus with others.

  • One lady shared, “Tami used her leadership skills at CAMB by masterfully placing others in roles where they would shine for Jesus.  She lovingly stands back watching with pride as the various leaders stepped up and into their strengths.”

In the words of another participant, “This has been a quiet, introspective, Spirit-filled time of sensing God’s presence leading us in into greater understanding of HIs will for us, in ministry and discipleship.”

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 is now open!

CLICK HERE for more information and Camp Registration.

Beulah Camp Annual Spring Clean-Up Day!

Beulah Camp & Conference Center is humming with activity as we prepare for the return of our seasonal agreement holders, guests, and large group events. Annual and deferred maintenance work is well underway, including the installation of a new roof on Heritage Hall as well as sections of the Tabernacle.

  • CLICK HERE to plan now to join the staff, Camp Board, and regular volunteer team members on Saturday, May 11 to help us make even more progress on getting our house in order for an exciting summer!  Coffee will be ready in the dining hall for an 8:30 a.m. start.  A delicious turkey dinner will be served for lunch with homemade pie to follow.

Please help us prepare for this day by registering in advance with A Beulah Information Session will follow lunch to share the vision and strategic planning for maintenance and growth of the grounds as well as the initial design plans for Tabernacle Terrace. It’s going to be an exciting day! Don’t miss out – CLICK HERE to Register.

Friends of Beulah Take Note – IMPORTANT Fiscal Update

CLICK HERE to read an important newsletter sent yesterday regarding the critical need to address deferred maintenance matter at Beulah Camp & Conference Center.

You may also CLICK HERE to access this directly on the Beulah website or CLICK HERE for the version of the print newsletter that will be mailed this week.

May 25th on Caton’s Island!

Preparations are underway for a full summer of camp ministry! CLICK HERE to Register Now to attend the Fundraising Dinner on the island in our newly renovated dining hall. Saturday, May 25th at 4:00 p.m. If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation to help us address the urgent need of repairing the Irving Staff Dorm roof. Significant damage was sustained during the winter storms. These repairs are critical to our ability to provide staff housing this summer. We need your help and thank you in advance for leaning in to offer your financial support.

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

Atlantic DBMD Continues Interviews
Special thanks to all those pictured above who serve alongside DBMD Chair Dale MacDonald to guide the journey of ministry preparation for those processing a call to vocational Kingdom leadership. The DBMD convened for a second day of inteviews this past Wednesday with more schedule to take place later in May. Thanks be to God for those He is raising and releasing for His work!
  • Questions about the DBMD process? CLICK HERE to check out the “one-stop-shop” webpage on the Atlantic District site.
  • Being compelled by love is a very different experience than being driven by anxiety. Worry is practicing the absence of God. (Alan Fadling)
  • Will I be faithful to my call even if I do not see the fruit I am praying for? (Richard Cox)
  • The observable love between those who called themselves His followers was everything. (James Emery White)
CLICK HERE for More Info & Registration
CLICK HERE for More Info About A Residency

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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