Who are we? What do we do? Why do we do it? How can you get involved?
The next We Are Wellspring session begins September 28, 2014.
Drop in for one class or come for the whole course.
Click a class title for details
Questions? Contact Director of Education Mike McKinniss (email@example.com or 860.225.0661 x121)
What is We Are Wellspring?
Consider We Are Wellspring the introduction to the Wellspring community – Wellspring 101. Each of the 12 classes is designed to orient you to one of the core values and major beliefs of Wellspring Church. This is the backbone to everything we do at Wellspring. It is a perfect opportunity to learn about Wellspring, to meet leaders in the church, and to connect with others in the community.
This is who we are, what we do, why we do it, and how you can get involved.
When is it?
Sundays during the first service from 9:00-10:30am in Room B5
Come early for light refreshments at 8:30!
We Are Wellspring runs each Sunday from September 28th to December 14th.
A different topic each week. Come for all 12 or just drop in for a few.
Who is We Are Wellspring for?
We Are Wellspring is for anyone who wants to learn more about Wellspring or become an integral part of our community. This is for those who are new to Christianity, new to Wellspring, or those who are ready to take their next step into the Body of Christ at Wellspring Church.
We Are Wellspring is also an integral part of our membership process.
Fall 2014: September 28 – December 14
September 28 | Scott Jensen & Mike McKinniss
God is love (1 John 4:8). Indeed, the motivation for every act of God is love. Love characterizes the Father’s attitude toward the entire creation, including each individual.
October 5 | Jenn Beglinger
God has made Jesus both Lord and Christ! It was the fundamental declaration of the apostles (Acts 2:36), and is ours as well. He is Lord and savior of creation and of our individual lives.
October 12 | Mandy Adendorff
Jesus’ Spirit has been distributed among his disciples so that they might continue the mission Jesus had begun. The Spirit of God now transforms us and enables us to look and act like Jesus.
October 19 | Keith Osborne
Grace and forgiveness are the two foundational traits of the kingdom of God. They form the foundation for our relationship with the Father and they pave the way for life to be lived in community.
October 26 | Debbie McKinniss
We cannot separate salvation from wholeness, or sanctification. Repentance and forgiveness are the twin paths that lead to spiritual and physical health.
November 2 | Pastor Rick McKinniss
God created the world with human beings to steward it righteously. We turned away from the Creator and creation went awry. The Old Testament is the Father’s drive toward redemption through Israel.
November 9 | Mike McKinniss
The redemption of the world is accomplished through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. The Kingdom of God expands throughout the world through the church.
November 16 | Sally Luzietti
It is critical that Christians grow in the character of Christ throughout their lives, displaying the nature of the Savior through relationship with one another. Indeed, character is to be prized over gifting.
November 23 | Pastor Wes Zinn
We have been blessed by God in order to be a blessing to others. We make ourselves available to God with gratitude and generosity in order to serve the world with the hands of Christ.
November 30 | Pat Gigliotti
If we are to be the people of God, marked by the character and heart of the Father to accomplish the work of heaven on earth, then we must hear from the throne of God. Through prayer, we share our hearts with the Lord and listen to God’s heart for us.
December 7 | Judy Carson
You are unique and are to be encouraged in your specific calling. You will flourish as you connect intimately with the Father through the Holy Spirit.
December 14 | Nancy Riley (Lead Elder)
We seek to be a wellspring of life, encountering the depths of God’s presence and releasing the flow of God’s kingdom.