It’s Monday Again

Kings (Brent Ingersoll) celebrated 13 baptisms across their locations this weekend with more scheduled for next weekend in Halifax – PTL! Every number has a name, every name has a story that matters for eternity. The two pandemic fiscal years of Atlantic church ministry reaped a harvest of 462 baptisms!
Browns Flat Fellowship (Steve Bradley) held a first-class retirement dinner this past week in honour of 50 years of local church ministry! Steve & Heather shared together in yesterday’s service about ministry highlights over the years as they conclude their ministry.
  • I was honoured as a boy to have Steve baptize me during their ministry at Olivet (now Crosspoint). They are both trustworthy Kingdom stewards and so many of us are blessed to call them friends and have benefited from their loving care and wisdom.
CLICK HERE for some more pics of this special retirement celebration. Steve shared, “What a special evening this was. So many kind things were said. It has been a joy for us to serve in pastoral ministry for 50 years. We have known and loved many wonderful people. Tonight’s outpouring of love is deeply appreciated.”
New Hope (Scott Prime) had about 90 volunteers gather Wednesday night for Volunteer Appreciation Night. The pastors served ice cream and handed out awards with a final word of encouragement from Scott to conclude the evening.
A fresh wind of vision is blowing in Lower Hainesville (Peggy Yetman)! CLICK HERE to listen as Peggy and LAC Member, Paul Lemmon, share about the doors God is opening for the chapter of renewal and growth ahead.
Journey (Matt Maxwell) recently held another Newcomer’s Café for those new to the church family with an encouraging turn out of 31! Matt shared, “It was a great time. We have had almost 200 new people at Journey in the last two years.”
World Hope has been busy preparing for the upcoming hurricane season. Alan Dunn (Moncton) and World Hope Canada’s Deborah Gilbert (Cornerstone) both participated in training with local first responders and military personnel in Cozumel and El Salvador respectively. These partnerships are to strengthen the local response should a disaster hit their region.
This past weekend, a World Hope team arrived in Bosnia (pictured above on the Livno lookout) with several from the Atlantic District. They will be leading English camps with World Hope International Bosnia for the next two weeks. Team members include Victoria Rowe and Ingrid Sutherland (Framework), Katie Thomas (Easton), Dwayne York (Amherst) and Jaclyn Gallant (PEI). Team leader is MJ Pearson (Trenton Wesleyan, ON).
  • It is exciting to see teams head back overseas. If your church is interested in a vision trip, or exploring a partnership with World Hope, please email to get the conversation started!
If you are fan of the daily Wordle, you may have wondered if the choice yesterday was intended to send someone’s father a not-so-subtle message. The word was loser. In Jeremy MacDonald’s (Moncton) Father’s Day message yesterday we were reminded that while God is our Father, our fathers are not god. So many struggle in their understanding of God’s love because of earthly fathers who fall short. CLICK HERE for a timely reminder of the ways Dads need to wisely invest Kingdom influence with their FIRST ministry – their family.
  • PRAYER UPDATE: Please continue to lift up the Wilson family as Gloria is surrounded by family and receiving excellent care at the Moncton Hospital.
Points to Ponder
  • Continuing the same things that aren’t bringing renewal, won’t bring renewal. (Timothy Andrews)
  • Is our church experience a fly wheel for devotion or something that feeds consumerism? (Jeff Lockyer)
  • If you don’t have faith, you’re barking up the wrong tree. (George Derksen)

District Camp Ministry Items

Now Is the Time for Renewal! is the theme for Beulah Family Camp.
We are praying for God’s Spirit to work in us in fresh ways for these new days.
Enjoy perusing all the items below with details about everything you need for Camp Ministry!

Come and join us on July 2nd for an amazing, fun-filled Super Saturday. There is something for everyone to do! All-day activities and food, followed by a Family Worship Night @ 7:00 p.m. in the Tabernacle. The day will end with a spectacular fireworks show on the beach. Be sure not to miss it!

  1. For the first time ever, Beulah Family Camp will be streaming live! Just CLICK HERE to watch online from anywhere.
  2. The Beulah Family Camp Handbook has been sent to the printers and copies will soon be available at the Beulah Office. CLICK HERE to download the Handbook PDF for an advance preview!
  3. CLICK HERE to view the entire schedule of Beulah Family Camp. You may also pre-register online for most events/programs.
  4. This is also the first year you have the option to make donations online. CLICK HERE for more information about your options to invest in God’s future for Beulah Camp & Conference Center.

District Camp Ministry is booming! We praise God for this blessing and and as a result we have a special need for volunteers to serve the largest rental group in our history during June 22-26. We also have employment opportunities available in housekeeping and summer programming – CLICK HERE for more information or to make a referral.

NOW is the TIME to enter the Beulah Family Camp VOLUNTEER CHALLENGE!
How does it work? We’re glad you asked…

Form a team of 4-6 friends, colleagues, family, or church members. Name your team and register with one of the Beulah Camp & Conference Center (BCCC) Management team below to select your choice of time to complete a 4-hour shift.  For each completed shift, your team will be registered for prize-winning draws!Shifts completed during Family Camp make your team eligible for one of three prizes, to be drawn and announced Saturday, July 9th. (*We will include shift commitments for Sunday, July 10th in the draw.)

  • 1st Prize: Two nights at Heartland to be used before April 30, 2023
  • 2nd Prize: Team dinner at the Evandale Inn, Pizza Delight Grand Bay, or Splash (team choice) to be used before September 1st
  • 3rd Prize: Ice-cream at Baleman’s

Shifts completed in preparation for and during large group rentals, and/or to support Summer@Beulah operations (June-August) also make your team eligible for one of three of the same prizes, to be drawn August 19th. (*We will include shift commitments for August 20th-31st.)

Please register by email through the BCCC Manager in the area you want to work. Feel free to register with more than one Manager. Each four-hour shift makes your team eligible for both the Family Camp and Summer@Beulah draw. It is our plan to honour your assignment requests, however, we may invite your team to complete your shift in an another area of greater need when necessary.

Food Services: Register with Don Ingersoll at
*Help is needed during Family Camp July 1-10, and for large group rentals June 22-26, July 29-31.

Housekeeping: Register with Lynnette Perry at
*Help is needed during, as well as to prepare for, Family Camp July 1-10 and large group rentals June 22-26, July 29-31.

Groundskeeping: Register with Mike White at
*Help is needed during, as well as to prepare for, Family Camp July 1-10 and large group rentals June 22-26, July 29-31.

Children’s Ministry Huddle @ Beulah Family Camp
Tuesday, July 9, 1:00–2:30pm

Join Linda Lamos (Kings) in the Upper Room of the Dining Hall for encouragement and connection with other Children’s Ministry leaders. We’ll have a free resource table, so please bring any resources you’d like to share. One random kids ministry worker who attends will be awarded a complimentary copy of the the recent Barna Resource above – CLICK HERE to check it out!

CLICK HERE for more information!

Beulah Family Camp is back for the summer of 2022!!! CLICK HERE for the Camp Evangelists’ bios. CLICK HERE for a downloadable PDF version of this poster to print off for your church bulletin board. CLICK HERE for a JPG download of the poster for announcement loops and social media promotion. We can’t wait to see you all again as we pack into the Tabernacle to praise our God and to be challenged with a fresh call to holiness through the theme: Now Is the Time for Renewal!


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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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