May 3, 2020

Welcome to Moncton Wesleyan!

This week, we will be hearing about how to live in a world turned upside down. Pastor Pat will be teaching from Scripture passages that give us hope and guidance in times like these.

Our prayer ministry is here for you! If you would like prayer, want to pray with others, or join us for prayer on Tuesday mornings- you can visit to get information on times & sign up. 

Did you know that we still have Kids Ministry happening at Moncton Wesleyan? We have moved everything online! To stay up to date with all that’s going on in Kids’ World and Kids’ Connect, find us on Facebook at and on our newly established webpage There you will find fun videos, songs that you may be familiar with, and devotionals to do at home with your family! We also hold online contests so that you can win fun prizes! Come join us on the web!

PRYME is also online this season! Students grades 6-12 students gather every Wednesday night online in our Zoom room from 7:00-8:30pm. Students can also interact with our team of leaders throughout the week in our Slack chatroom. Parents and family members can stay up to date with all things PRYME by joining the email list at or can check us out on Social Media.

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. You can Join us via ZOOM every Tuesday evening at 6:30 pm!! Come experience worship, teaching, testimonies, and share groups.  If you would like to join us, please email us or Facebook message us to receive the link and support to participate.

During this Covid-19 crisis, the local church can play an important and necessary role in helping connect people who have needs with people who can meet those needs. Moncton Wesleyan Church, in partnership with World Hope International and Disaster Tech, is launching a simple web-based program called Get-Support, designed to do just that. This program is for you if you have a need or if you want to meet needs. For full details and to become part of Get-Support at Moncton Wesleyan, go to

As COVID-19 creates challenges for all of us, and especially for our older population, Moncton Wesleyan’s Care department has been pro-actively ministering to the most vulnerable.  If you know a senior citizen (or perhaps a sick person) who needs a call, please email and give us their number and we’ll reach out to them.

Financial Update, Week of April 26

Received Budget Received YTD Budget YTD Difference
General 29,222.04 50,600 1,911,479.27 2,000,000 -88,520.73
Building 2,756.50 3,800 126,954.04 108,700 18,254.04
Missions: Total Received & Invested 138,727.43