Wellspring Responds to Coronavirus
We Will Be Holding The Wellspring Sunday Morning Service (on March 15) at 10am, with a worship and prayer focus in response to the Coronavirus and it’s impact on our world.
See Video Below – A Message from Pastor Kevin: Response to Coronavirus.
This Saturday Night’s Coffee and Connections Event has been postponed.
This Sunday Night from 6:30pm – 7:30pm – In addition to Sunday morning’s service, Pastor Rick will lead a prayer time on Sunday Night in The Space. Everyone is welcome to come pray for our congregation, the state, the nation, and the world, in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
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A Video Message from Pastor Kevin regarding COVID-19
The news is flooded with information about Coronavirus these days! So too is social media. Everyone has an opinion, a comment, or a suggestion.
So does Jesus!
In Mark 11:17, Jesus declares, “My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations.”
This Sunday evening from 6:30 – 7:30, the Wellspring family will gather in The Space to pray for our congregation, the state, the nation, and the world, in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. This time of intercessory prayer will preempt our monthly Worship and Healing Service.
The Coronavirus pandemic is real. For that very reason, it is all the more important for the church to be the church during this season. Jesus has given us authority to heal the sick and to pray Heaven’s agenda into our world. Therefore, let us not be afraid, but be intentional about stepping up to do our part during this season of crisis.
P.S. – In case you missed it, I wrote a note to the Congregation about Coronavirus.
P.P.S. – There will be opportunity for individuals to receive healing prayer at the close of the prayer service. This DOES NOT however, include anyone who has viral symptoms. If you have viral symptoms, please contact your doctor, and stay home until your symptoms subside; and feel free to contact one of the pastors by email or phone, and one of us will be happy to pray with you.