The Well is a downtown Boulder church that gathers every Sunday at Casey Middle School, 1301 High St. Boulder, CO 80304.
People come from all over Boulder county and the region to worship with us. Whether it's Broomfield, Erie, Gunbarrel or Longmomt, The Well is easy to access.
Join us Sundays at 9 and 11 AM
1. Parking can be found anywhere on the surface lots around the school.
2. Feel free to park on streets surrounding the school, it's free on Sundays!
You can drop us a line anytime at: 1235 Pine St. Boulder, CO 80302
WHAT ARE SUNDAYS LIKE?
Sundays at The Well are designed to equip and encourage you as you live life as an everyday Christian in Boulder and its surrounding regions. We typically teach the Bible book by book, verse by verse, to help you understand how to encounter it for all it's worth. Our musical worship is designed to flow in a gospel-centered way so that you're accurately formed by what you sing. People dress relaxed, and if you're from Colorado you know what we mean.
WHAT IS THERE FOR KIDS?
The Well KIDS is offered at every Sunday gathering to allow your kids to have fun as they learn about the truths of the Bible, the reality of the gospel and more. We serve all ages from 0-5th grade.
WHAT'S ESSENTIAL TO KNOW ABOUT THE WELL?
Every Sunday we have a quick intro class to life with The Well called
Starting Point. The question we answer is "What is The Well like? What are
we trying to create?" It is important to recognize not only what we want
to do but who we are to be. Followers of Jesus find their identity in him
not hobbies, failures, or successes. We are his. As a church in Boulder,
this means that we feel that we should be marked by 4 things:
1. Gospel-Centered: The gospel is what saves and sanctifies us. It is God, his kingdom, and the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. We want to be a people marked by the gospel in every sphere of life. This means we recognize our need for a savior continually and look for gospel opportunities in all of life.
2. Authentic: We want to be community marked by relational authenticity. No one is perfect. We should anticipate difficulty and hardships in relating to one another as well as the joy that comes in reconciliation. Hiding our sin and shame does nothing but destroy us personally and communally. Everyone from pastors to babies are in need of God’s grace. We value vulnerability in community. A disposition of vulnerability builds trust, empathy, and love for others.
3. Missional: We are a community that operates as a team of missionaries. We were sent here to love God and love all people. We take on the attitude of a learner with respect to the culture around us and seek to contextualize the gospel appropriately in our setting. In a similar way that the Son of God became the man Jesus, we want to enter into the lives of the people in our neighborhoods and cities to talk about the hope of Jesus with them.
4. Joyful: We want to worship God in all we do. The overflow of our identity in Christ are good works which promote the good of the world and His glory. We want to be a people who are marked by worship in all areas of life so that family, work and play are all places where God is worshipped rightly. Joyful living means loving and working hard, being faithful where God has placed you, and seeking the good of the community around you.