So often when we come to church we feel we have to “clean up”. We put on our Sunday best, smile and pretend everything’s OK. Sometimes we even hide behind a mask of “spirituality”. We look at others and compare lives wondering if other people have the same hurts and struggles we have.
Another common response to church is to completely stay away because we feel we’re not “good enough”. We’re convinced we need to get rid of sinful behavior, the “bad stuff”, in our lives before we’re worthy to approach God.
Fortunately, both these perceptions are wrong. Scripture tells us “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 5:8).
This whole “God Thing” is really quite simple...He loves each one of us and all He wants is for us to love Him back! He also wants us to love each other in the process.
Please know there is a place for you in our fellowship. So come. Come in your jeans and sneakers. Come with your questions and doubts. Come with your hurts and fears. Come as you are!
At The Well, we not only desire to help you grow in your relationship with God but also with one another. We want you to know you are loved, wanted and valued in the fellowship. Here are some ways to get connected:
We don't have a formal membership register at The Well. We believe when you come, you are family; an important, God-ordained part of the body of Christ. You can begin connecting by simply attending our services and special events at The Well.
In addition to our Children and Youth, we have two main Connect Groups at The Well. One is "Empty Nesters" which includes married couples or singles who do not have children living at home. This group has regular social and outreach events. The second group is call "MONCON" which stands for "Married or Not, Children or None". This group is comprised of our young families and young adult singles as well as their children and has regular social events. We are also in the process of developing a connect group for our college age students. More on that group to come.