Why We Are No Longer Acts 29
on February 9th, 2023
Like many churches over the past two years, ours has been walking through a season of rebuilding and reevaluating our particular philosophy of ministry. Our elders have been working hard to develop our own vision and mission plan to serve our congregation as we seek to bring theological clarity to The Well Boulder. We are glad to build up the unity of the body of Christ in this way and are excited...
Rejoicing In God: Our Response to the Devastating Marshall Fires
on April 18th, 2022
We find these familiar words in the letter to the Philippians. It’s an interesting command that the Apostle Paul believes bears repeating: Rejoice in the Lord always; again, I will say, rejoice.Paul’s instruction is powerful enough on its own, but if we consider the person that wrote it (Paul), the circumstances in which it was penned (while he was imprisoned in Rome), and the people to whom he wr...
Afghan Crisis Support
on October 12th, 2021
DEAR CHURCH FAMILY,I hope you all are doing well. I wanted to alert you all about a rapidly emerging need and service opportunity in our community.Due to the recent destabilization of Afghanistan and rapid relocation of refugees and evacuees - many of whom served directly with our armed forces - there are nearly 100,000 Afghan evacuees who are expected to be relocated/resettled in the US, mostly e...
Shaping Society in Christ
on October 11th, 2021
by Chase Davis Christians want the best for our neighbors, cities, states, and countries. We seek the welfare of the city. We care for the least of these. We don’t settle for individualism but cultural transformation and the common good. Christianity has a natural bent, a commission you might say, to shape civilizations. As Matt Chandler recently said, we “want our society to look more and more Ch...
Responding in Mourning for Boulder
on March 23rd, 2021
We know that on a day like today a lot is happening in our hearts and minds. All this week, we want to guide you as best as we can to process Boulder's King Soopers shooting. Starting with prayer is often the best response in tragedy, before we choose to act and before we choose to launch opinions. Be with your church today. Be with these families and victims in prayer. Be in touch with our Pastor...
Race and The Church Webinar
on December 3rd, 2020
We are so excited to release our recent Theology on Tap webinar in full here on Race & The Church with Dr. George Yancey from Baylor University and Pastor Chase Davis! This topic is continually important for our church and us as Christians as we seek to navigate today's cultural climate with grace and courage through the lens of the Gospel. We hope this conversation serves you and keep your eye ou...
31 Days in Proverbs
on February 27th, 2020
by Chase Davis Our world is inundated with information. Never has so much information been available to so many. But with the proliferation of information in this digital age has also come the overwhelming sense that we don’t know how to live wisely. We don’t know how to use the information we have. In our sermon series through the book of Proverbs, God is offering us the opportunity to put our in...
Why Year End Giving?
on December 23rd, 2019
by Chase Davis In this quick post, I wanted to ask you to get involved through year-end giving.I’ve talked with countless people at The Well who are involved at our church through giving. Part of the reason people give is because they feel more connected and more invested in what God is doing at their church. Year-end giving is a great way to get more involved and really be part of something that ...
How to be a Buff at The Well
on August 6th, 2019
by Derek Barnett...
Why is the Bible Important
on May 8th, 2019
by Chase Davis This past Sunday I preached a sermon on the authority of the Bible here and how we should use the Bible. My hope is that you were encouraged to trust God’s word and study it more. I wanted to drop some extra resources in case you were curious to learn more about the authority of the Bible or how to read it. Craig Blomberg is one of the foremost scholars on the veracity and authority...
Great Exchange Church Folds into The Well
on April 23rd, 2018
by Derek Barnett This past Sunday, we officially announced that Great Exchange Church is folding into The Well! In June, Great Exchange’s Lead Pastor Derek Barnett will also be joining The Well Staff as our new College Director!We look forward to you all meeting Derek, his wife Sara and their two kids–Karis and Judah. We recently interviewed Derek to share more about the story of folding into The ...
The Well Longmont
on February 7th, 2018
by Chase Davis Philip Woods, our church plant resident, joined our residency in 2017 to plant a church in Longmont in 2018. During the residency, we discovered that Philip has a desire to plant a church which is very similar to The Well. Through a season of prayer and consideration, we decided that it would be advantageous for Philip to use the name The Well and our branding for his church plant.W...