Let’s Stay Connected

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There is so much to our Wellspring community. We may not be currently meeting together on Sundays or at other gatherings, but we will continue to stay connected with each other, and together pursue our God and His hope for our lives and our world. Here are some ways our community can connect:

Wellspring Goes Online – Come to our Sunday morning worship service at our regular 10am time

  • www.wellspring.net – CLICK HERE FOR the “Watch Live” button (it’s located at the top of the screen), or
  • WellspringCT Mobile App – Download the app and click On Today’s Sermon
  • We encourage you to:
    • Gather together as a household
    • Put away distractions and other screens 
    • Have a paper bible with you to reference
    • Sing along out loud! (join the worship, don’t just watch)

19th Hour Prayer – Monday thru Friday at 7pm (the 19th hour of the day – representing COVID-19), please join us for a short inspiration and prayer on our Wellspring Church Facebook Profile page,  https://www.facebook.com/wellspringchurch There is power in unity. Together we remind ourselves to place our hope in Him.

Thursday Evening Fireside Chat – On Thursdays, the 19th Hour Prayer becomes a more extended fireside chat. Tune in to our Wellspring Church Facebook Profile Page on Facebook live https://www.facebook.com/wellspringchurch, and listen to Pastor Rick’s reflections and perspectives to help us navigate this current season.

Wellspring Prays! – Tuesday evenings at 7pm, all of Wellspring is encouraged to join in a conference prayer-call, led by Pastor Rick. We will pray for the world, nation, state, and our Wellspring family. Simply dial 712-775-7465 and enter the participant code: 645822.

Small Groups, Kids ministry, Missio Youth, and other ministries continue as well. Our leaders are all in contact with their ministries. If you have not heard from your ministry leader or have questions, please contact the church office and we will gladly help get you connected. 

Wellspring gatherings can be suspended and the building can be closed, but Wellspring can still be the church for our family and our community. Let’s remain confident in the unshakable kingdom of God. Let’s let our light shine into a world in need. Let’s pray that the power of God will turn chaos into expressions of love and kingdom expansion. Jesus was asked, what is the greatest commandment? He answered, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, mind, soul and strength, and love your neighbor as yourself.” Wellspring, let’s do this!

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