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Our vision is to see the gospel saturate a people, awakening them to the glory of God to treasure Jesus as better.

In Well Students, we partner with parents to provide a gospel-saturated spiritual family for students (7th-12th) by discipling them personally through adult mentorship, parent resourcing, and peer-to-peer relationships, giving them the resources and care they need to teach, talk, and tie the gospel into everyday life themselves.

 

 

 

Whether in the Sunday gathering or in Student Gospel Community every other Wednesday, we love students like "family" (standing in the theological "framework" of Well Elementary on the"foundation" of Well Kids) by providing them with a safe place to be, connect, grow, and lead, a philosophy adapted from by The Village Church in Flower Mound, TX.

BE 

 

Be real, known, and loved by a church family. Be a member of the church.

CONNECT 

 

Connect with God with others in worship. Worship with us Sunday mornings.

GROW 

 

Grow in Christlikeness with others in community. Be a part of our Student GC.

LEAD 

 

Lead others through Spirit-empowered service. Serve others in/outside the church.

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Each of our volunteers have completed a rigorous safety screening process and stands ready to serve you and your student with the love of Jesus! Interested in serving as a Small Group Leader? Contact Sean! *Membership is required.

Our Student Gospel Community meets every other Wednesday night from 7:30-9pm in the community (Braums, Chick-fil-a, etc) and mirrors our adult GC structure closely. We spend time reflecting on God's Word together from the sermon and move into a time of confession, encouragement, care, and prayer. There are also FREE snacks :)

For more information about Well Students, email me, Sean Kelly, at sean@thewellchurchok.com or see our FAQs below.

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FAQs

SEAN KELLY

"My prayer for the Well is that every man, woman, and child who comes would feel welcomed, loved, and hear the really good news of Jesus!"

FAMILY MINISTRY LEADER