December 16, 2018

Welcome to Moncton Wesleyan!

This is week two of our Christmas Series, Love Came Down!  Pastor Joel will be speaking on God’s great gift to humanity, and how it leaves us changed!

Watch previous sermons online here!

This year’s Christmas Offering is going 100% towards tackling the issue of homelessness in our city! From now until December 23rd, all gifts specifically designated for our Christmas Offering will be calculated and at the end of the service that day, we will make a big presentation to Harvest House. This will provide for 14 new beds and washrooms to help those in their time of need! What an opportunity to bless those in our community this Christmas!

You & your family are invited on December 24th to join us in celebrating the birth of Jesus this Christmas Eve! This music-filled, hourlong service starts at 6pm.  Spread the word, and we hope to see you there!

Merry Christmas from PRYME Student Ministries! This week is our PRYME Christmas Party from 6:30-9:30, featuring Moncton’s LARGEST Christmas Present! We will have no youth on December 26th, and on January 2nd we will be having a New Years Party from 6:30-midnight! We wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Christmas is traditionally a wonderful time for family and friends to all be together to share a festive dinner; however, for some people this is not always possible. This year we don’t want anyone to be “Home Alone” on Christmas Day. We would like to invite you to join us at the church for a Turkey dinner, board games and a movie on Christmas Day, starting at 2pm and ending at 7pm. If you are interested in joining us for this special Day, please register online at

Celebrate Recovery is for everyone! Addictions, loss, anxiety, abuse, depression or any life struggles. CR is a safe place to address your hurts, habits and hangups. Join us EVERY Monday night, even at Christmas at 6:30pm in the Life Centre. On Christmas Eve, CR will be joining the church in the Christmas Eve Service at 6 and then having a fellowship time in the Life Centre afterwards. On New Year’s Eve, CR will begin at 6:30 and will be watching “I Can Only Imagine.”

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away; All religions basically believe the same thing; There is no such thing as a free lunch; Don’t eat yellow snow!!!” Some of these things may be true, but some may be myths. How do you tell the difference? Join us as we explore questions like these in our Mythbusters series starting on January 20.

Everyone who is or who would like to be part of All Nations Ministry is invited to our 2019 kick-off meeting. Do you have a heart for newcomers? Would you enjoy being part of an integrated small group? Are you a recent newcomer or a not-so-recent newcomer who understands what it’s like? Then come out to see what All Nations is all about and help plan an amazing new year. Mark your calendar for Thursday, January 3rd at 7pm.

Financial Update, Week of December 16th

Received Budget Received YTD Budget YTD  Difference
General 47,482.02 53,500 1,123,538.99 1,148,000 -24,361.01
Building 11,140.00 1,400 69,342.08 66,800 2,542.08
Missions: Total Received & Invested 164,760.71

Here are the songs we’re planning to sing together @ Moncton Wesleyan this weekend as we continue our “Love Came Down” series.

If you’d like to listen to any of the songs we’re planning to sing in advance, please view either of the listening links below:

YouTube: | Spotify:

24 | Christmas Eve, service at 6
25 | Home Alone at Christmas, 2-7pm
26 | NO PRYME Youth this Wednesday!Our church office will close for the holidays on December 25th and reopen on January 2nd. Merry Christmas!January
2 | Church office reopens
16 | Kids Connect starts, 6:30
17 | Super Seniors Kick Off Breakfast, $5, 10a
20 | More for Moms starts, 10a
23 | Midweek classes start, 6:30
25 | Family Campout

Sun | Worship Service, 10:30a
Mon | Celebrate Recovery, 6:30
Wed | Midweek, 6:30
Thurs | Super Seniors, 10a