Meeting at the WELL
Rockland Campus Pastor Kelvin Walker invites the campus community to attend Monday evening WELL Gathering services in Pardington Hall beginning at 9:15 p.m.
The acronym WELL stands for
W - Welcoming Thirsty People Into God's Presence
E - Equipping Kingdom People For Ministry
L - Loving Broken People In, Through, and Out of Brokenness
L - Launching Redeemed People Into the World
“The idea is that, as we dwell in the presence of God we begin to look, act, and smell like Him. That will cause us to live like His Kingdom people in a broken world. We draw from the "well" of His presence and become "well" people. It’s an extended worship, looking into God’s Word, and listening for what God is doing in our midst,” Rev. Walker explains.
Most weeks, Pastor Kelvin will deliver a message. At other times, the gathering will focus on worship and intercession. Andre Silva is the worship leader.
For more information, contact the Office of Spiritul Formation at 845.675.4599.
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