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Joining together to serve our cities.

Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others. Philippians 2:1-4

At The Well, demonstrate is one of our core values. We demonstrate the gospel by meeting tangible needs in our community. Community Groups come together to celebrate and serve. As a church body, we gather as a family to serve our neighbors at various events throughout the year.

We encourage 3D groups and Community Groups to make serving our city a regular rhythm of living life together. Below you will find some of the organizations that people and Community Groups from The Well have worked with to bless and serve our city. You can contact the group directly for opportunities to serve, or reach out to The Well for more details by clicking here.


Vulnerable Children - The Vulnerable Children Ministry is a dedicated and compassionate initiative committed to serving children who are at-risk, marginalized, or facing various challenges within the community. Volunteers of the Vulnerable Children Ministry are deeply committed to building meaningful relationships with the children they serve, providing them with a sense of belonging, security, and unconditional love. By creating a safe and nurturing environment, the ministry seeks to empower children to overcome obstacles, discover their strengths, and envision a brighter future for themselves. Volunteers also have participated in fostering, adopting, providing meals for families in foster care, diaper drives, and upgrading facilities serving vulnerable children in the area. For more information on how to get involved, please contact: Danielle

Refugee Initiative - The Refugee Ministry is a compassionate and dedicated initiative to provide support, assistance, and resources to refugees who have resettled in the Silver Spring area. Through a variety of programs and services, the Refugee Ministry endeavors to address the diverse needs of refugees, including housing assistance, language and cultural orientation, employment support, access to healthcare, and legal aid. Volunteers play a crucial role in this endeavor, offering their time, skills, and compassion to walk alongside refugees on their journey to self-sufficiency and integration. At the heart of this ministry is a commitment to welcoming and embracing individuals and families who have fled their homes due to persecution, conflict, or other dire circumstances. For more information on how to get involved, please contact: Kelly

Title I Schools - The Title 1 School Ministry is a vital outreach program dedicated to supporting students, families, and educators within Title 1 schools in the local community. Recognizing the unique challenges faced by schools with a high percentage of students from low-income families, the ministry is committed to providing practical assistance, academic support, and emotional encouragement to help students succeed academically and thrive personally. We also, partner with teachers at local schools to provide teacher appreciation meals, school supply and coat drives, run after-school programs like soccer, and other needs that may arise. The ministry works in close collaboration with teachers, administrators, and staff members at Title 1 schools to identify areas of need and develop targeted interventions and initiatives. This may include tutoring programs, mentoring opportunities, school supply drives, and extracurricular activities designed to enhance students' educational experiences and promote their holistic development. For more information on how to get involved, please contact: .

For more information on serving or any questions please contact Ronald Luna