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ABOUT US

WELCOME TO THE WELL

We are a group of people committed to growing as followers of Jesus Christ. Because of that, we are also intent on engaging our Southside Chattanooga community. So you’ll find us serving in the local elementary school, participating with our friends at a neighborhood association event, worshipping together, and doing life together. And that’s because we believe this journey of being a Christ follower happens most effectively in community. Which means you have an open invitation.
You’re always welcome here.

 

ADVENTIST PEACE FELLOWSHIP

The Adventist Peace Fellowship seeks to raise consciousness about the centrality of peacemaking and social justice to the beliefs and heritage of Adventists. We support public service, activism, advocacy, and scholarship that reflects the radical spirit of many Adventist pioneers.

WORSHIP

Our services are God-centered and informal. Praise music and the teaching of scripture are the two primary components of our worship. We also make time for conversation and connection among friends.
Childcare is provided for children ages 6 months – 6 years.

SATURDAYS

ADULT STUDY & DISCUSSION

10:00A

CHILDREN'S CLASSES

10:00A

MIX & MINGLE

10:30A

WORSHIP

11:15A

SERMON ARCHIVE

ONLINE GIVING

RECOMMENDED READING

ANNOUNCEMENTS

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Live Stream Worship, March 28, 11:15am Join us virtually for a message and some music! Here’s the link.
  • Deep Well: Clean & Green + Brunch, April 18, 8:30am–12:30pm There will be no regular worship service or Sabbath schools on this date. Instead, we will be focusing on taking care of our community by participating in the city-wide Clean & Green initiative. Following our morning work, we will gather at The Well for a potluck brunch. Sign-ups to come…
  • Check out our full 2020 Calendar.

SMALL GROUPS

DOING LIFE TOGETHER

It’s impossible to cram all of “being the church” into a Sabbath morning worship experience. The Well’s small groups provide the opportunity for ministry, mentoring, spiritual growth, and fellowship. Groups can be long or short term, formal or informal, multi-generational, weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. They can meet in homes, restaurants, or on the hiking/biking trails. You get the idea. Why not give it a try?

CHILDREN'S MINISTRY

RAISING A NEW GENERATION OF WELLIES

The Children’s Ministry of The Well seeks to guide our children to foster friendships, practice compassion, and help them grow to be followers of Christ. We endeavor to engage and serve our community in a variety of ways, intentionally modeling to our children the life to which Jesus calls us.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Sabbath School Zoom Meet-ups, March 28, 12pm Look for an email invite from your Sabbath school teacher!
  • Spring Fling & Easter Egg Hunt CANCELED We love this event and look forward to resuming our annual tradition with the community next spring!
  • Deep Well: Clean & Green + Brunch, April 18, 8:30am–12:30pm There will be no regular worship service or Sabbath schools on this date. Instead, we will be focusing on taking care of our community by participating in the [kid-friendly] city-wide Clean & Green initiative. Following our morning work, we will gather at The Well for a potluck brunch. Sign-ups to come…
  • Join The Garden at The Well on Facebook for weekly Sabbath School lesson links and other updates!

TEAM

STAFF

Mike Fulbright

PASTOR mike@wellonthesouthside.org

Ashley Burkett

WELL ADMINISTRATOR and CHILDREN'S MINISTRY COORDINATOR officeadmin@wellonthesouthside.org

LEADERSHIP TEAM

The Well’s Leadership Team is composed of a small group of people who invest themselves in the life and times of The Well. Their vision and passion for the Kingdom of God in Southside Chattanooga helps bring focus to who we are and what we’re about.

Mike Fulbright

Christina Demenchuk

Ashley Burkett

Kristie Wilder

Jason Foster

Lisa Diller

Mark Thomas

Bridgette Mabuto

Rick Leffler

AREA COORDINATORS

The Well’s Area Coordinators are individuals who oversee various aspects of Well life. These individuals take the lead in recruiting, training and directing volunteers. They nurture environments in which people serve, grow spiritually and connect meaningfully with others.

Emily Forsey

FACILITY SET-UP COORDINATOR

Linda Jimenez-Astacio

PRACTICING COMPASSION CO-COORDINATOR

Kristie Wilder

PRACTICING COMPASSION CO-COORDINATOR

Amos McClellan

WORSHIP CO-COORDINATOR

Bridgette Mabuto

WORSHIP CO-COORDINATOR

Ashley Burkett

CHILDREN'S MINISTRY COORDINATOR

Willis Moore

HOSPITALITY COORDINATOR

Tron Wilder

COFFEE BAR COORDINATOR

Alissa Greenwald

FOOD & FELLOWSHIP COORDINATOR

CONTACT

1800 Rossville Avenue, Suite 110 Chattanooga TN 37408    |    info@wellonthesouthside.org    |    423.541.1357    | 

NEWS

RECENT HAPPENINGS AT THE WELL

Parents’ Day Out

March 8, 2020 After weeks of way too much rain, the sunshine was out and our kiddos got to enjoy…

Party with a Purpose

February 23, 2020 A group of little Wellies gathered for snacks, social time, and to make Valentine's cards and friendship…

Family Promise Hosting

February 2–9, 2020 Here at The Well we talk a lot about practicing compassion. It's part of our mission statement and comes directly…

Game Night Social

January 18, 2020 With the chilly weather, it was a great evening to spend indoors with tasty snacks and fun…

MainX24

December 7, 2019 The Well hosted another year of MainX24 parade participants for a delicious breakfast Sabbath morning. Every year…

Offering Shopping

November 24, 2019 Sixteen kids and their families spent their Sunday morning traipsing around Walmart picking out blankets, towels, dishes,…

CDESA Role Model Reward Party

November 22, 2019 Spirits were high at Calvin Donaldson Elementary this past Friday afternoon. Pastor Mike and several Wellies helped…

VOLUNTEER

VOLUNTEER WITH OUR PARTNERS

The Well is built on the foundation of engaging and serving our immediate community.  This is what we call being “externally focused.”

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