Charged Full with the Charge of the Soul

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


Attend the “Stewardship Reboot” Info Session online, August 11th 7-8:30 PM

The WellSprings Board is in the process of responding to one of the recommendations from the recent Stewardship for Us review – “Build stewardship culture and capacity, including more options for financial giving; expanding volunteer and staff orientation and engagement around stewardship; and launching an annual stewardship campaign.” The Board has engaged Mark Ewert, who did the initial review, to help with implementation of this recommendation. Curious about what stewardship might look like here at WellSprings? All congregants are welcome to attend this online info…

Donate School Supplies to Help Project Libertad

Throughout August, we are asking WellSpringers to help with the purchase of art boxes and supplies for Project Libertad.  As you may remember, Rachel Rutter from Project Libertad was a guest speaker during our Neighbors & Helpers community outreach message series.  Your support will help immigrant families by providing needed supplies for the new school year.  Our goal is to fill up to 120 art boxes, so any contributions will be greatly appreciated!  YouthSpirit will also be supporting Project Libertad…

Now Hiring: Production & Arts Coordinator

WellSprings is hiring for a new, part-time role on our Staff Team: a Production & Arts Coordinator! This person will work closely with our Band, Tech Team, and Staff on Sunday mornings, and help us build more opportunities for all WellSpringers to engage with music and the arts. Read below for more information, including how to apply. About WellSprings: WellSprings Congregation is a progressive spiritual community of ~250 adults, teens, and children in Chester County, PA. A member of the…


But I’m a Cheerleader

Ministerial Intern, Beth Monhollen, introduces Pride Month by speaking about one of her favorite cult films: But I’m a Cheerleader. In this film about queer characters at a “reprogramming” camp, Beth explores how society has treated LGBTQIA+ people throughout history.

Us Kids

In the wake of the tragic events in Uvalde, Texas, Rev. Lee opens our annual SpiritFlix series with the movie “Us Kids.” This film follows some of the survivors of the Marjorie Stoneman Douglass school shooting, as they turn to activism.

Telling Fortunes

Today, Rev. Lee, with the help of a YouthSpirit friend, takes us through the activity of creating paper “fortune tellers,” and sharing the results with one another.


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