It’s Monday Again

Services start tomorrow night for our historic online Beulah Family Camp! For those who plan to be on the campground during July 7-9, the Browns Flat Fellowship (Steve Bradley) will be hosting a Tabernacle showing each night at 7:30 p.m. for the three services.

Each night will feature Worship Leader Kelly Jay and the final night includes a Zoom choir with 15 worship leaders from around the Atlantic District.

Take a moment to click and share the following social media posts to spread the word:
Or if you would like to write your own post, just download your preferred format of the poster above and start spreading the news on social media. (BFC – jpg small or BFC – jpg large or BFC – pdf poster) – WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER!

Bring Your Bubble to Beulah

Are you in need of a break? Spend your staycation at Beulah Camp this summer! We have three cottages available for that perfect getaway. Stay a couple nights or a week. Come enjoy time at the campground and unwind.

For more information or to book your 2020 Staycation visit the Beulah Camp website. 

Pastoral Transitions & Re-Openings
  • Yesterday, James (Gisèle) Clements was announced as the new Executive Pastor for Lead Pastor Joel Gorveatte (Moncton) beginning later this summer. Jim & Gisèle are both from Atlantic Canada but have been ministering in The Wesleyan Church in America for the past 25 years. Here is the video greeting they shared in the service. Welcome home!
  • Another Moncton staff member was also announced – Austin (Jessica) White will be joining the team this summer as Youth Pastor. Congratulations!
  • An encouraging word from Andrew Maves in Digby, “Just the most amazing thing to be with our church family this weekend. We had two fully booked services [yesterday] and are going to have to add more in the weeks ahead.  Feeling the presence of the Holy Spirit as we gathered together for the first time in three months was intoxicating! And 10 brand new visitors on opening Sunday…Love it! That all with an incredible online presence that is continuing to join us from home…God is just so good!”
A special word of congratulations to two sets of parents connected in the Atlantic Tribe!
  • Isaac (Tree) & Melanie Russell (New Hope) welcomed Sophie May Russell to their family on Tuesday, June 30th. Tree shared, “All 7 lbs. 1 oz. of her is perfect and we are in love!”
  • A missionary family from our district who are serving in an area that requires special security (so full names cannot be used as this newsletter is posted online) added to their family in recent months. They named their son, Caton. And in the newsletter sent out, Dad had this to say about why:
Caton’s Island represents some of the very best parts of my life. It’s where I fell in love with Jesus, and where I fell in love with cross-cultural work. I’ve made some of my greatest friends on the island and learned some valuable lessons (like how to lead, how to follow… and how to plunge a toilet). For generations, Caton’s Island has been a center for worship and community. While the ministry hasn’t always looked the same and the team there is constantly evolving, the heart and mission of this place has remained the same. Caton’s Island exists to provide an environment for people to encounter Jesus, worship, and invest in relationship with the people around them. It is an incredible place that mirrors many of our values. Caton is an incredible kid and we hope to teach him to value the same things.”
Points to Ponder
  • We’re already in the presence of God – what’s absent is our awareness. (Robert Rohr)
  • If we take a risk we might not succeed, but if we avoid risks, we guarantee we won’t succeed. (Craig Groeschel)
  • Jesus came to turn the world upside-right. (Natalie Gidney)


Caton’s Island summer camps begin this week! Each week is limited to 90 campers on a first-come, first-served basis. Click HERE for a detailed announcement from Director Dean Stephenson. You are encouraged to follow the Caton’s Island Facebook to keep current with any announcements or changes.

What if COVID-19 is the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity
for leaders to think more strategically
about doing church?
(Will Mancini)

Another great resource to serve the church has been recently developed by our very own Pete Benson. A three-part video series specifically addressing the “COVID Crisis and Your Personal Finances” is freely shared for your personal use and for use within your church as you seek to empower and disciple your congregation in this critical area. CLICK HERE to access the three videos. A 10-minute preview of Part One will be sure to convince you to make use of this valuable resource with your church family.


Executive Director Tanya Nace shares, “I am excited to share World Hope’s Spring/Summer newsletter fresh off the press. Together with the Atlantic District, we have been transforming lives by rebuilding roofs in the Bahamas, rescuing young girls off the streets in Ukraine, providing water in Africa during COVID-19 and more. Read more here.
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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
ptmoore@atlanticdistrict.com

Executive Administrator:

Mrs. Karrilee Bremner
karrilee@atlanticdistrict.com

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