It’s Monday Again

Rich Thomas (Easton & Community) held drive-in services yesterday at both locations. The parking lot of Community Wesleyan in Fort Fairfield is pictured above with approximately 35 in attendance.
Brent Ingersoll (Kings) will be a key presenter in this excellent free webinar opportunity hosted by Alpha Canada on Thursday May 21st @ 2:00 p.m. Atlantic Time. CLICK HERE to register. Kings is one of several Atlantic Wesleyan churches who have launched Alpha Online during this pandemic season.
National Superintendent Steve Elliott shares this helpful video of encouragement and challenge for us all during these days of challenge and opportunity. In addition to a special focus on Global Partners and World Hope International (Canada), he also highlights that the publication of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC), Faith Today, is now available for free subscription by CLICKING HERE.
If you had seen a picture of an LBA meeting that looked like this a few months ago, you might have wondered why they couldn’t get along! But rest assured, this group of men and women are fully unified – even with physical distancing – as they serve our church family in Blacks Harbour (Dr. HC). Our Atlantic churches continue to adapt as restrictions are shifting in the weeks ahead. Your prayers for wisdom and innovation are critical to empower our leaders.
The weekly connection with District Superintendents continues to provide excellent resources and shared learning for next steps as DS Karl Eastlack (Northeast District) coordinates this opportunity. Here are a few for consideration:
Ellen joins me in expressing sincere condolences on behalf of the Atlantic District to Vince & Karen Robertson (West Head) on Wednesday’s passing of his sister, Annie Wilson. Her full obituary is posted by Sherwood’s Funeral Home.

Pastoral Transitions & Votes
  • Jim Agrell received a vote of 99% this past week to continue as Lead Pastor of Encounter along with strong support for an Extended Call.
Congratulations to Jason & Carolina Parker (Woods Harbour) on the arrival of their third child, John Jason Samuel Parker on May 13th (7 lbs. 4 oz., 20 in.). Jason shares about their son, “He will be called JJ for short. John after both our fathers, Jason after the little man’s Dad, and Samuel after our prayer, based off of 1 Samuel 1:20.”
Points to Ponder
  • The next level of innovation will be found in the next ripple of Kingdom Force mobilization. (Wayne Schmidt)
  • Even if God chooses not to change your circumstance, He can always change your perspective. My job is just to trust Him. If God is not done working, then I’m not done waiting. (Tiffany McGraw)
  • The way you say something often sets the tone for how it is received. You can be 100% right and come across as 100% wrong. (Luke Anderson)

The Division of Church Multiplication and Discipleship (CMAD) has provided resources for your use to participate on Church Multiplication Sunday (CMS) on May 31st. All of the CMS information, including sermon resources, video bumpers, kids and youth ministry curriculum, and Winfield Bevin’s FREE EBOOK “Multiplying Disciples” can be found here:

  • What: An Online Pentecost Prayer Event (click above for the video greeting)
  • When: Pentecost Sunday, May 31st (7:00 p.m. ET, 8:00 p.m. AT, 8:30 p.m. NT)
  • Who: The Wesleyan Church across North America and beyond
  • How: Graphics and social media messages are available to promote this call to prayer – just visit for more information for you and your church family to participate

ATTN: Lead Pastors, Staff Pastors and Ministerial Students (Deadline: May 31st)
It is that time of year to start thinking about filling out your Annual Service Report (ASR).  You should have gotten an email from Headquarters with your login username.   Below is a link to help you with the process.  Please go to this link before calling the office: – Please call the District Office if you have problems getting logged in or have questions about the process. Also let the District Office know if you didn’t receive an email with your username.

COVID-19 Resources
There is little doubt we are in a season of testing and refinement…
not only for the Church, but for her leaders.

What about Beulah Family Camp & Caton’s Island for 2020?
This May would have celebrated an on-campus graduation for Kingswood University.  The Faculty found a creative way to extend their congratulations for the Class of 2020! Know a potential student for this fall? Feel free to share this virtual campus tour.

Executive Director Tanya Nace of World Hope International (Canada) invites you to take a virtual trip around the world as we celebrate lives changed and give as we anticipate continuing to build hope this coming year. This fall thousands of Bahamians received clean water and life-saving supplies after the destruction of Hurricane Dorian. Throughout the past year World Hope provided clean water through wells and piped water to communities in West Africa and Cambodia and we continue to help transform the lives of young orphaned girls in Ukraine.
Join us online in Celebrating the Passionate Purpose at our Online Gala on May 29 at 7:00 p.m. Atlantic Time. We will go LIVE from Facebook and can’t wait to have you join us as we come together with a shared purpose and vision to provide hope. RSVP here and follow this link and prompts to get exclusive content leading up to the gala.  See you there!

Looking for a meaningful way to celebrate Father’s Day for your family or through your church family? Look no more – CLICK HERE for details on how you can honour your parents by investing in those who have no parents to provide for their future. You can also use this video presentation to highlight the impact of this ministry.

World Hope International has created an online platform, Get-Support, to help communities and churches stay connected and provide support to one another.  This is a platform where users can submit and respond to requests for assistance from one another. Five churches in the Atlantic District are registered to use Get-Support. If you are interested in using this tool in your church, watch this Webinar that explains how the system works. For more information and to register,

The national office of The Wesleyan Church of Canada is pleased to provide access to some helpful documents for the pastors in our Canadian churches. Included in those documents are:
Additional forms, such as ‘Sexual Harassment Avoidance’ policy are available at: (click: Menu : Ministries : Resources)



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Main Office:(Year Round)

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Phone: (506) 383-8326

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Phone: (506) 468-2286

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Rev. Peter Moore

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Mrs. Karrilee Bremner

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