Charged Full with the Charge of the Soul

Sunday Service at 10am, in-person & online.


Support Our Faithify Campaign!

About the campaign This Holiday season, WellSprings is raising funds to support our Ministerial Internship program – using an international, UU-wide crowdfunding website called Faithify! Faithify allows UUs to show their support for each other’s ministries and projects, from anywhere in the world. We know we have so many visitors, friends, online attendees, and long-ago and far-away followers who all value our beloved community and hope to see it thrive! If you’re not yet a pledging member with a regular gift…

Our Annual “Wild & Precious Life” service is This Sunday!

We hope you’ll join us, either in-person in Bell Hall, or online this Sunday, for one of our favorite services of the year. Each year, on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, we ask WellSpringers in different decades of life to answer the question posed in Mary Oliver’s poem The Summer Day: “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” Rather than a typical message, you’ll see fellow congregants – an 11 year old,…

Gather and Remember With Us, This Sunday

On Sunday, October 29th, we’ll gather together to hold our annual Remembrance Sunday. Our service will offer a space to welcome all whom we’ve loved and lost into the heart of our beloved community. Our Ministerial Intern, Nick Sanchez, will also offer a brief message, to ground us and open our time together. Traditionally, we share photos and videos of those departed and dear to our congregants, both via a video slide show, and at an altar set up in Bell…


Listening Within

Lay preacher, Matt Bunczk, shares his story of the different ways he experienced god as a young catholic, and later, as an adult who had come out as gay. Matt also explores some theological discussion and argument surrounding two specific verses in Leviticus, which have impacted his life.

Wild & Precious Life 2023

Our annual Wild & Precious Life service, wherein we ask people in different decades of their lives to answer the question posed in Mary Oliver’s poem, The Summer Day, “What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”

A Higher Power

Rev. Lee talks a bit about a recent vacation she took where she encountered an unexpectedly comforting and intriguing roadside sign. She also takes some time to ponder all the different ways human beings have experienced and defined “god” over the years. Finally, she introduces us to the “Heaven Receptionist” videos on Tiktok.


Our community shares what we have, within and beyond our doors – always motivated by care, compassion, and gratitude.

Location Details

1141 Kimberton Rd. Chester Springs, PA 19425