Becoming a Wellspring of God’s Love and Grace: Reaching, Listening, Learning, Serving
Christmas celebrates an end to waiting. The long-promised one is born. Jesus is here! And, Jesus will always be with us!
St. Augustine wrote, “Our hearts are restless, Lord, until they rest in you.” We do have restless hearts. We are worried and searching and stressed. We ask ourselves all kinds of questions, “Is that all there is? Is life worth living? Is anyone there? Does anyone care?”
In the busyness of our day, in the stress of a fast paced life, in the need for hope and assurance, we invite you to Wellspring United Methodist Church. Come hear a message of hope: from beautiful songs to prayerful moments to warm fellowship and the Grace of the Holy Spirit – we invite you to come rest in God.
The time of our Sunday School for Children has changed from last year. With one service beginning at 9:15 A.M., the children will attend worship through the children’s moments (now called Young at Heart). Following Young at Heart, the SS teachers will lead the children to the Sunday School classrooms. Parents new to our church or SS will be welcome to accompany their children to the classroom to help their children get settled and then are invited to rejoin worship.
The Adult Sunday School class is embarking on a journey through the Old Testament this year. This class will meet in the Multipurpose Room, 10:30-11:30 for a video series hosted by Dr. Amy-Jill Levine, a renowned professor from Vanderbilt Divinity School. Each week will include a video and discussion. This OT series will be convened by Rev. Ken Gelhaus and Mary Anne Julian.
If you have not been a part of this small group in the past, rest assured you will be warmly welcomed!