Missional communities are the primary way we connect with others and live together on mission. These smaller groups of people provide an opportunity to know others and be known within The Well community. Through these relationships, we mutually challenge and encourage one another to truly believe our Identity in Christ and live a life that shows the world who God truly is....Keep Reading
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Heal during this time of uncertainty by caring for yourself and your community...
Looking for gospel-centred resources to fight against racism? Read Pastor Matt's recommended resources to get you started. The goal with these resources below is not to agree with everything in every resource, but to begin listening and learning. We will be adding resources over time to make this list even better. ...
There was a period in my life when I pretty much avoided the news. It wasn't because I was too busy or the news was too depressing, though that's what I would say out loud. Instead, it was apathy. I knew there were wars happening across the globe and that injustices due to race and class were apparent in my own community, but my mentality was that those events didn't direc...Keep Reading
We had our Fall Missional Community Quarterly this past week and talked about what it means to be hospitable and invitational. Our MC Quarterlies are meetings designed to give our MC leaders a chance to learn from each other and continually grow, so one of our hopes is to provide a place for leaders to get fresh ideas and insights into what is working and what is not in th...Keep Reading
In the last blog we talked about the purpose of our MC Quarterly Events and what the Central Boulder MC has been doing well. Click here to catch up.Relational InvestmentThe investment came to play in how they invited people to these trips. Generally, they didn't invite someone on this trip that they haven't spent time intentionally getting to know first. This wasn't to vet...Keep Reading