Join us in worship this Sunday, February 11, 2024
Online or in person, we would love to have you!
9:00 a.m. - Traditional Worship In Person & LiveStream
10:00 a.m. - Christian Education
11:00 a.m. - Contemporary Worship In Person
Scripture: Mark 9: 2-9
The Thin Places Between Our Worlds
LiveStream Link: https://www.facebook.com/wellumc/live
Ash Wednesday Worship
Wednesday, February 14
Join us for one of our two Ash Wednesday Services:
Noon Service at Wellspring
Join us in person at Wellspring. Prelude music will begin by 11:55 A.M.
7:00 Combined Worship and LiveStream Service at Lois Perkins Chapel
This service will include many Wesleyan faith communities in our area gathering at Southwestern University's Lois Perkins Chapel. Parking is available in visitor parking and faculty/staff parking. Click HERE for a parking map. The service will be LiveStreamed on Wellspring's Facebook page at https://facebook.com/wellumc/live
Lent Study Registration is now open!
This lenten season, we are engaging materials from A Sanctified Art entitled “Wandering Heart: Figuring Out Faith With Peter.” Throughout lent, we will be focusing on the life and faith of one of Jesus’ most famous disciples. In Peter, we see a person who is both steadfast and unsteady, a dear friend and a betrayer, a follower and a wanderer. In Peter, we often see ourselves. By following Peter’s journey, we watch the story of Jesus unfold through the eyes of a very normal human trying to figure it all out—just like us.
Mondays @ 2pm - beginning February 19
Tuesdays @ 7pm - beginning February 20
Learn more and register: https://forms.gle/4zkUiq6GdJpe1Qms8
Devotional booklets will be available in hard copy format at Wellspring, or you can access the eBook version here: https://online.flippingbook.com/view/1072485778/
Questions? Pastor Jessica: email@example.com or Frank Jacks: firstname.lastname@example.org
Daily Devotionals posted on our Facebook page throughout Lent.
This Lent, we are focusing on the life and faith of one of Jesus’ most famous disciples. In Peter, we see a person who is both steadfast and unsteady, a dear friend and a betrayer, a follower and a wanderer. In Peter, we often see ourselves. By following Peter’s journey, we watch the story of Jesus unfold through the eyes of a very normal human trying to figure it all out—just like us.
Via our daily devotional posts, we will reflect on the stages of our own faith journeys as well as who and what has shaped us along the way. We encourage you to like, comment and share any posts that move you.
Note: you do not need a Facebook account in order to see the devotionals. Simply go to https://facebook.com/wellumc and press the 'X' at the top right of the pop up square.
10am, Sundays (zoom options available, contact individual classes)
Open Circle Class, Office Suite, 2nd Floor
“Share the Dream: Shining a Light in a Divided World through Six Principles of Martin Luther King Jr.”
This week’s discussion centers on the Biblical principle of “Hope.”
Contact Beverly Smythia (email@example.com)
Hearts Transformed Class, Rm 203, 2nd Floor
This class studies the weekly worship sermon...
“The Thin Places Between Our Worlds”
We encounter God in the spaces that are least clear to us, it's like walking in a fog, what’s clear is right in front of us and when it's Jesus, it's clear this is where our focus needs to be. When the cloud clears we only have Jesus.
Contact Neal Baumwart (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ronna Keagle (email@example.com)
Chapel Dwellers, Rm 112, 1st Floor
Adult Bible Studies: God Abides
This week we will look at ways to honor Jesus through acts of genuine Christian devotion.
Contact Nancy Foster (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Cliff Barkley (email@example.com)
Journey with Joy Class, Rm 204 (Chapel), 2nd Floor
“Reading the Old Testament Through Jewish Eyes”
Rabbi Evan Moffic explores the Torah, the first five books of the Hebrew Bible, and highlights points of interest to Christians. Discover how the Torah can be a source of wisdom, truth, and transformation in your own life.
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dolly Shubert (email@example.com).
For community needy, all hospital patients, cancer cure, Middle East peace, for Wellspring staff
Dorothy Lorraine McCoy
Gene Hyde - brother of Nicki Carstarphen
Please be sure to fill out the Prayer Concern form for prayer requests or you may email Pastor Jeff, firstname.lastname@example.org or the office at email@example.com.
Names will remain on this published list for six weeks unless otherwise requested.
The Church office is open Monday - Thursday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. The office is closed on Fridays. If you need to reach someone please email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need to reach Pastoral Care please call: 512.630.0965.
Church mailing address:
PO Box 1969
Georgetown, Tx 78627
Pastor Jeff's Blog
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Pastor Jessica's Blog
Reflections on God's extraordinary grace in the midst of ordinary life. Check out her blog. You can also subscribe to receive future updates.
All Are Welcome, All Are Accepted, All Are Loved, and All Means ALL
Reverend Jeff Smith, Senior Pastor
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