Care Teams

We have teams of folks who provide direct care to friends and family of Wellspring who are in need. Hospital and long-term care visitors, providing meals, driving to church or other appointments, making prayer shawls, and peer-counseling (ie. Stephen Ministry) are just a few of the ways we provide care.


Please contact Andy David in the church office if you need assistance, or would like to join our team.

If you have a Pastoral Care emergency, please contact the church office.

Prayer Ministry

We invite you to share in this ministry by praying for others and the sharing of your own joys and concerns. We pray alone, in small groups, and as a community of faith.


Prayer Ministry Team

Meets weekly on Mondays at 1:00pm in the Chapel (Room 204). The focus is on praying for the church and church leaders, our community and personal prayer requests. The team seeks to promote prayer by example and instruction as an essential discipline for all believers. If you want to pray with us, we welcome you!


Intercessory Prayer

A weekly listing of personal prayer requests is made of those individuals, families, and friends of Wellspring requesting prayers, and are prayed over each Monday by the Prayer Ministry Team.

Close Friends

In response to a challenge by the pastor, the United Methodist Men’s group made a decision to form an alzheimers support group. Planning began in late 2007. In order to obtain the necessary education, the core team of volunteers met several times with experts in the field of dementia support and attended various seminars on the subject.


The first session of Close Friends took place on the last Friday in October, 2008. We had four dementia patients and 13 volunteers from the church. 


Close Friends meets most Fridays year-round at 10:00 AM. 


Current schedule:

10:00 Coffee, pastries, fellowship

10:25 Devotional

10:30 Exercise

11:00 Entertainment

11:30 Crafts

12:00 Lunch

12:30 Memory Exercises

12:45 Bingo

1:25 Balloon Ball


For more information, please contact program coordinator Gary Carver