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Thanks for stopping by to get to know us a little better. We hope you enjoy the online experience with us here at Live Well Community Church and want to encourage you to check us out on Sunday mornings at 10:15am. Here's some exciting news that will help fill in the blanks about what's been going on at the church in Tiddville.

The PAOC (Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada) concluded ministry at Calvary Temple in Tiddville, Digby County, NS at the end of 2016 by “selling” to The Atlantic District of the Wesleyan Church, the parsonage and church in Tiddville for $1.00 each. 

This Kingdom honouring matter reflects the Great Commission commitment of Rev. Kevin Johnson, DS of the PAOC, his board and the congregation at Tiddville which voted unanimously in favour of this matter. They had a church and small congregation at Tiddville but no pastor. The Wesleyan Church had a pastor living in the community who was employed at their Digby church but had no church or congregation locally. Tim Long and his wife Julie (from Tiddville) were officially installed as the new pastoral couple on January 22, 2017.  

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Pastor Tim & Julie Long

Tim Long and his wife Julie (pictured here with their granddaughter) were officially installed as the new pastoral couple on January 22, 2017. They are both excited about what God is doing here and looking forward to serving their community. Tim has been pastoring with the Wesleyan Church since 2009 and is passionate about helping people connect to God through faith in Jesus. 

The Live Well House in Tiddville.

The Live Well House in Tiddville.

This unique transaction evidences a not-very-often-seen level of Kingdom thinking that transcends narrow denominational branding. Amazing. Inspiring.
— Dr. H.C. Wilson, District Superintendent, The Wesleyan Church

Our Mission

The Wesleyan Church is Spirit-led, praying movement called to evangelize and make disciples of all people by equipping believers, developing leaders, multiplying churches, and transforming communities.