Good Evening! Welcome to The Well Church. We are glad you joined us today. If you’re new, don’t worry. We won’t make you feel weird or do anything crazy. We hope that you find The Well to be a place that feels like family, so maybe a little crazy would make you feel right at home. We come to The Well to fill our buckets with the living water that Christ offers. Then, we take that living water and pour it out back into the communities in which God has placed us.  We are excited you came to be a part of what God is doing here today. We can’t wait to meet you. I pray that you are encouraged, blessed, and challenged by God this evening. 

By His Grace,
Charlie Garrison
Pastor, The Well Church



  • Gathering Options-Join us Sunday nights, 5 pm online at facebook.com/fillyourbucket. We will not be meeting in person until further notice. Join us on Facebook for the main service and on Zoom afterwards to say hi and catch up. Email connie@well-church.com for that link information.

  • Men's & Women's Zoom calls-These are a way to check in with each other, chat, share prayer requests and an opportunity to fellowship until we can get together in person again. Women: Thursday nights, 8:30 pm (email mandybhaak@gmail.com for link) Men: Friday nights, 9:00 pm (email arthaak@gmail.com for link)

  • Kids' Ministry Zoom calls have moved to Wednesdays at 5 pm. (Email mandybhaak@gmail.com for the link)


We know that being somewhere for the first time can be intimidating and confusing. Here are some helpful hints to keep you in the loop during our service.

Well Kids
The Well’s children’s ministry is available for babies (sitting up) through 10 years old. You can check them in next to the fellowship hall. They will stay with you for the worship time. Then, our Well Kids team will love them, play with them, and teach them about Jesus. You can pick them up at their classrooms down the hall behind the fellowship hall. Children of any age are always welcome to join us in the main church service as well.


At The Well, we view offering as an act of worship, much like singing or praying. We hold fast to 2 Corinthians 9:7, which says, “Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” Because of that, you won’t see a plate being passed around for collecting your offering. Instead, please drop your gift in one of our offering boxes back by the prayer stations during worship or on your way out.


Notes 8.23.2020

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