sundays @10 am
Island Wesleyan is a church that believes in Jesus
Constantly amazed by the one who is creator, redeemer, and sustainer of our lives, we want to connect people with a God who loves us and gives hope to the hurting and healing to the broken.
Time: 10:00 AM every Sunday
What to expect:
•Friendly people from many generations.
•Passionate music that helps us sing worship to God and prepare our hearts for his message.
•A short time for people to come together, greet each other and catch up a bit (because we like people).
•A bit of noise as children 5-12 are invited to go up to Sunday School.
•About half an hour of teaching about God, scripture, and how both of those things are relevant in our lives.
What NOT to expect:
•People in suits. If you wear a suit, you will be complemented on your dapperness, but you will be the only one there in a suit. Unless you bring a friend who is also wearing a suit.
•An expectation that you have it all together right now. We don’t either.
last sunday's message:
two weeks ago:
Sunday School Coordinator
Children are a vital part of Island Wesleyan
We believe that children are important to God, and an important part of the church, and sometimes that can be messy. Parents are welcome to keep their young children (age 0-4) with them through the service or drop them off in our nursery. For the bigger kids (age 5-12) we have a Sunday School time during the message where they can learn about God in a way that’s relevant to them. Because he is.
God’s mission is huge. He longs for all the world to come to know him, including our Island. We want to be a lighthouse for rural communities all through central PEI.
Every journey happens one step at a time, and even the smallest step is progress. Every step is important, especially the next one. Big is really just lots and lots of small.
Prayer is at the centre of the life of God’s people. We long to see God move through our Island, and look to his Holy Spirit for guidance and the power to do what he calls us to.
We love because God first loved us. Following Jesus means loving like Jesus loved – sharing life, breaking bread, meeting real needs, and opening ourselves up to the people he puts in our lives.
Our messages are put together in series with common themes. It’s okay if you missed one (or more); we recap every week, and you can catch up if you want through our YouTube channel.
what we're talking about now:
Pastor Aaron is a volunteer fire fighter with the Borden-Carleton Fire Department. For the past year, he's been working towards his certification. This month he's sharing some of the biblical insights God has given him through fire school.
coming up later:
The Weary World Rejoices
The world is weary. In Christ, the weary world rejoices. As we intentionally carve out time to examine the common themes of Advent – hope, love, joy, peace, and light – we will be confronted with two opposing things: the weariness of the world and the joy of Jesus.
November 1st - PPE
November 8th - One Department
November 15th - Searching in the Dark
November 22nd - Field Training
November 29th - Advent begins!