In 2019, Cornerstone (Denn Guptill) became the first Canadian church to enter into a Village Partnership with World Hope International (Canada). Over the next three years, Cornerstone will partner with Kenenday, a small village in Sierra Leone. This partnership includes a deep bore well for clean water, agriculture assistance, latrines and hygiene projects and a permanent home for the small Wesleyan church in the village.
As the funds are raised to complete projects, artist Bee Stanton (pictured below right with Missions Pastor Deb Gilbert) will fill out the remaining gaps in the foyer mural. The goal for Cornerstone’s Christmas Offering for the Village Partnership of $25K was exceeded with $45,700.00! #globalcollective
World Hope Executive Director, Tanya Nace just launched a Facebook page “Push Toward Impact”. She desires people to step up, be transformed and push toward impact around the world. This Thursday at 2:00 p.m. (Atlantic), Dr. Jo Anne Lyon will join Tanya for an exclusive interview live on this Facebook page. You won’t want to miss exciting updates, monthly interviews with global leaders and more by following this page!WHI Canada ended the year strong and hit their end of year giving challenge goal of $40K for The Hope Fund. Huge thanks as many of your churches participated in this. God is doing great things through WHI and we can’t wait to see what 2020 will hold.
If your church is interested in sending a team to rebuild two Wesleyan churches and communities in the Bahamas, please email Alan Dunn (email@example.com).
To learn more about General Conference 2020 click here: https://www.wesleyan.
- You are worth the last breath of the One who breathed life into you. (AJ Thomas)
- Nothing great has ever been accomplished with half of someone’s heart. (Levi Lusko)
- The best discipleship pathways are a picture of simplicity on the other side of complexity. (Jon Wiest)
Full details for how your church can take advantage of this National Church initiative can be accessed online HERE. This will be an excellent addition to local discipleship efforts as one of the greatest predictors of spiritual growth is spending time in His Word.
Click on the picture above to download an excellent promotional video for the 70-Day New Year Challenge from our National Superintendent Stephen Elliott. This will be a helpful resource to show in your early year services to encourage people to dig deep into The Word.
It is with great excitement we invite you to Uprising Conference on February 21-22, 2020 at Crosspoint Church in Fredericton, NB. Conference registration is $45, and a catered lunch option on Saturday is available for an additional $15.
We are so thrilled to welcome Rachel Wilson as our conference speaker. We are looking forward to hearing her share insight around our theme this year: RECONCILE.
Crosspoint Worship will be returning once again to lead us during each session.
Want to know more about the Atlantic District’s 2025 Horizon Storyline – Values-Driven Vision? Click here to see a one-page overview of this journey and click here for the 45-minute video 2025 presentation shared with our pastors in October.