Under Sail

Under Sail

Numbers are benchmarks; the only fair comparison is to compare yourself with yourself.  It is encouraging to see the growth, and the new connections that are being made with families in the communities where our churches minister. EASTER WEEKEND AROUND THE DISTRICT:   Amherst (Raymond Fancy): 85 present in our Good Friday Service, and 105 present […]

Under Sail

Pastoral Resignations/Transitions: Bangor – Pathway (Nelson Koonce); Blacks Harbour (Mark McCluskey); Easton (Rob McDowell); Fort Fairfield (Dee & Ed Lower); Grand Harbour (Kirk Perry); Hartland (Mel Norton retiring); Havelock, NS (Peter Hayes); Head of Millstream (Dan McGuire); Jonesport (Rich Thomas); Norton (Randy Forbes); Yarmouth (Dave Wilcox). Wayne Briggs has given leadership to the Browns Flat […]

Under Sail

There have been many Kingdom gains across our churches in the last 4-5 weeks.  Several of our churches reported record attendances for Christmas events and Christmas Eve services, baptisms, and people coming to know the Lord.  These were wonderful opportunities to share the Gospel with folks that don’t necessarily attend church every week.  Here are […]

Under Sail

“The Word was first…The Word was God…The Word became flesh and blood and moved into the neighborhood…” John 1:1, 14 (MSG). “And they will call him ‘Immanuel’ – which means ‘God with us’” Matthew 1:23 (NIV). This year’s Atlantic District Ministerial will be held on January 24-25, 2013 (Thursday, Friday).  It’s an all-day event on […]

Under Sail

The aftermath effects of Hurricane Sandy are still being feltby Wesleyans along the east coast.  Recovery efforts from the storm will extend for weeks and possibly months.  I sent information to our pastors last weekend on how churches or individuals could participate if they wished to make a donation to the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.  […]

Under Sail

Labour Day is now in the rearview mirror!  I trust you all had a great summer.  Under Sail is well overdue, so thank you for your patience.  Let me pass along to you a few things that are happening around the District.  It’s not exhaustive, but it will give you a little taste of what […]

Rally in the Valley, Easter, Beulah and More

Rally in the Valley was held at Kings Valley Wesleyan (KVWC) May 4-5 and experienced record registrations of over 580 teens from across the region.  Attendance was over 650 for the Friday evening concert and rally.  The Holy Spirit was in the place in a very marked way.  Both Lead Pastor Jim Agrell and Associate […]

Easter, Flood Cleanup & Beulah Work Day

“Taking Grace to New Places” was the theme for the 2012 Easter Offering for North American Missions.   Some of our churches participate in this, and it is certainly a worthy endeavor for all of our churches.  The goals are to intensify prayer, raise partners for more evangelism and  church growth, and pursue our Wesleyan passion […]

Flooding, Baptisms & Upcoming Events

Some through the waters, some through the flood… One year ago (March 22, 2011), we lost a church to a fire, and this year (March 23, 2012) we have a church that has been devastated by a flood.  The community of Perth-Andover, NB has experienced $25 million dollars worth of damage overall, and about 150 […]

Rebuilding, Recall & Searches

I was on-site two weeks ago where the new Havelock, NS Wesleyan Church is under construction.  Pastor Peter Hayes gave me the tour and the up-date on the church’s progress.  The building sits on a small hill and it stands out as you drive down the road.  It is generating a lot of positive interest […]



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Main Office:(Year Round)

1830 Mountain Road
Moncton, NB
E1G 1A9

Phone: (506) 383-8326

Seasonal Office:(no mail)

229 Beulah Road
Brown’s Flat, NB
E5M 2R5

Phone: (506) 468-2286

District Superintendent:

Rev. Peter Moore

Executive Administrator:

Mrs. Karrilee Bremner

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