“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” -John 13:34-35
The purpose of A Disciple’s Path is for you to decide if membership in Wellspring is what God is calling you to for your growth as a Disciple of Jesus today. Each session will examine one of the five disciplines of Christian Life (prayers, presence, gifts, service, and witness) which members affirm in concrete ways you determine. Are you ready to explore specific personal spiritual disciplines for your growth as a Disciple of Jesus?
A Disciple's Path is a six-week class, offered several times during the year at various days and times. Watch the Wellspring e-news and communications for details about a Virtual Disciple’s Path class to begin in September.
The Disciples Pathway education series includes:
A Disciples Path
This class could be called Wellspring 101. It is designed to give life-long Methodists and those new to the tradition a deep look at what it means to be a Methodist and how Wellspring plays out our vows of Prayers, Presence, Gifts, Service, and Witness.
A Disciple’s Heart
A continuation of A Disciple’s Path. This class takes a deeper look at our internal spiritual practices.
Make A Difference
This class is designed for those that want to get their hands dirty and serve but don’t know where to start. If you get MAD about things going on in the world, you will enjoy this class.
The Georgetown Emmaus Community is for those who have already been on a Walk To Emmaus and want to continue on that walk growing in relationship with God.
Accountability reunion groups available include:
- Wellspring Men's Emmaus Reunion Group. Contact Robert Miles.
- Soul Sisters Women’s Emmaus Reunion Group. Contact Dianne Nickerson.
All 2020 walks have been rescheduled for 2021 due to COVID-19.
New groups form for those seeking to further grow in their spirituality and relationship with God. We encourage everyone to investigate discipleship groups as seekers of God’s spirit in your community life.