Monday Again


Among the many things to be thankful for this Canadian Thanksgiving weekend  is an amazing gift to the ministry of Caton’s Island. The Vineyard in Quispamsis recently closed and are gifting their assets to bless other ministries, including Caton’s. We received their cheque for $40,000 last week – outstanding – and at Thanksgiving time no less!

NOTE: The district office will be closed today for the Thanksgiving holiday and will reopen tomorrow.



The inauguration of Dr. Stephen J. Lennox as President of Kingswood University will take place in the Saunders Irving Chapel this Friday, October 16th at 7 PM with the Inaugural Address being delivered by our General Superintendent Dr. Jo Anne Lyon. I hope many of you will join me for this very significant occasion as Dr. Lennox is inducted into office and commissioned with  the Kingdom-impacting task of leading our university. 

A great word from Pastor Don Ingersoll last week: “Big day today here. Attendance for our AM country gospel concert was 329 and we had about 240 people stay following church for a full dinner…..lots of excitement …..nice to see the place filled. Most guests we’ve seen on a Sunday AM yet.”  – Onward and upward.

Look who dropped by the office last week. He brought his parents and one of his grandpa’s with him – welcome Micah Andrew Perry.

FOLLOW 2015 – 96 signed up from our district – may be the largest ever registration.  Will be days of high spiritual impact.  

Pastors – be watching this week for final details on next week’s district ministerial. Near 100% response. Looking forward to our time together. 

Wednesday of this week – the 14th –  Pete Benson will be giving his 90 minute Financial Roadmap talk at Moncton Wesleyan at 7 PM. Several folk at Beulah last summer wanted to know when Pete was presenting in our region. All welcome.

THOT: “The victims of oppression don’t need our spasms of passion. They need our long obedience in the same direction.” – International justice Mission

ON SECOND THOT: “Wisdom is knowing the right thing to do in the 80% of life situations in which moral rules don’t provide clear answers.”  – Tim Keller



The C2C network invites you to join us on October 2, 2015 for a National Day of Prayer for the Harvest!

View PDF for full information.


The Buckingham Leadership Institute is partnering with Live 2 Lead in hosting a simulcast featuring John Maxwell, Patrick Lencioni and others.  Plan now to participate in this half-day, leadership development experience being held at the Moncton Wesleyan Celebration Centre on October 22 from 1-5 PM.
For more information and to register, go to

Kingswood is preparing to hold their fifth annual worship conference, ENGAGE, on October 23-24. Designed with the essential and practical needs of pastors, lay worship leaders and team members in mind, this event is geared toward refreshing and equipping those on the front lines of this crucial ministry. Plan to bring your whole team! Guests this year include Dustin Smith, Jennie Riddle, Tim Milner, Jeff Somers and Kim Butler, as well as our tribe’s own Betty Weatherby, Kendra Higgs, Mike Tapper, Scott and Elizabeth Rhyno. Registration is open now at #engageku2015



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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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