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Thrives happen throughout the year, with topics ranging from how to share the gospel with your neighbors or how to practice a biblical approach to your finances. Sometimes they are gender or stage-of-life specific, and other times they are open to anyone in and outside of The Well church body.

Key leaders teach these seminars on fresh and relevant topics that challenge each of us to expand our knowledge, ask hard questions, and meet new people.

Check out our schedule below for upcoming Thrives this winter/spring. Click the RSVP links below to sign up for one (or more than one!) that interests you. 

All Thrives will take place in the former Pre-K room, which is on the lower level of the main building next to the bathrooms closest to the main entrance, during  the 9:30am service.


Spring 2020 Thrives! 


How to Thrive as a Family

The submission of Jesus to the will of God the Father, even to the point of death on the cross, is the pattern of Christian humility that we ought to exhibit in our marriages and relationship with our children. However, because of sin, many of our family relationships feature brokenness, hostility, and even abuse. Join David Feiser as he leads our bi-annual “How to Thrive as a Family” seminar on February 23rd and March 1st, at 9:30am in the Thrive Room. RSVP Here

Thrive: Teachable Moments

In our bi-annual “Teachable Moments” Thrive seminar, we invite parents to discuss how to use the moments of a child’s life, from the ordinary to the extraordinary, to point them to Christ. Join Courtney Klingler and David Feiser as they lead this discussion on March 15th at 9:30am in the Thrive Room. RSVP Here

Thrive: Racial Reconciliation and Unity in the Church

God’s vision for his church is to have members from every nation, tribe, people, and language worshipping him together as a display of his glory. Moreover, with that diversity, God also desires for his church to have unity of mind, sympathy, and brotherly love towards one another. Unfortunately, the American church has generally failed to embrace such a vision of unity and diversity. Rather, the dynamics of the American church have generally been shaped by fear of difference and division. Join Tamekia Jackson and David Feiser on March 22nd at 9:30am in the Thrive Room as they lead a discussion on how we as a church can be more intentional about pursuing racial reconciliation and unity. RSVP Here

Thrive: Sexual Ethics 

This semester we are featuring a five-part Thrive Series devoted to discussion on the Bible's teaching on sexual ethics. God has explicitly set forth a pattern of living in his Word that, when implemented as he intended, both displays his glory and allows for human beings to flourish in marriage. However, because of sin, God's pattern for marital love and sexual expression is often manipulated, which can lead to abuse and alienation. What is God's vision for romantic love? And how can we be faithful to that vision while hearing out the concerns of people who don't agree with that vision? RSVP Here