Membership at Wellspring

Discover Wellspring with us

Interested in Membership?

The mission of Wellspring is to Encounter Jesus, Share his Love, and Transform the World.  To do that, we need every person to contribute their unique gifts to build each other up.   Membership at Wellspring is an investment in the community that God has put you in.  It's an easy and clear way to  grow more connected to God and your fellow believers to accomplish our mission.

At its core, membership is simply a commitment of mutual love and support between you and the local church.  As members, we join together for God's glory and our mutual benefit.  

We believe that Wellspring is a wonderful place to grow in Christ, and we look forward to walking this journey with you.  

-Lead Pastors Craig & Karen Morton

Who should become a member?

You should become a member if:
  • You consider Wellspring your home church.
  • You have a personal relationship with Jesus.
  • You are 16 years of age or older (before this, children are considered part of their parents' family).
You do not need to become a member of Wellspring to thrive in your Christian experience.

Steps to Membership


Attend the Discover Wellspring class

Three times a year Wellspring holds Discover Wellspring classes on a Sunday after the 11 AM service. 


Decide to become a member

After you've attended the Discover Wellspring classes to learn about Wellspring and about Membership, you'll have the opportunity to pray and decide.


Complete the Membership Committment

The final step is completing the Membership Commitment, which will be sent to you following the class.  

Ready to become a member?

Next Discover Wellspring class: Coming this Fall 2023


Wellspring's  Leadership Commitment to you
The Wellspring leadership will seek to:
  1. Foster a trustworthy leadership team that submits to the authority of the Word of God (1 Timothy 3:1-13, Titus 1:6-9;1 Peter 5:1-7).
  2. Equip you “to do God’s work and build up the church, the body of Christ” (Ephesians 4:12-13).
  3. Set an example in speech, life, love, faith and purity and teach and explain the Word of God (1 Timothy 4:12, 2 Timothy 2:15).
  4. Shepherd "God’s flock”, holding fellow leaders to the Biblical expectations of Christian leaders (1 Peter 5:2).
  5. Be approachable and teachable and create a church family full of faith, hope, love and joy.