Mission Statement: Glorifying God by making disciples of Jesus Christ.
Lead Pastor Steve Gibson presents his vision for Wellspring Church: Click Here
Wellspring Church is a family-oriented, gospel-centered, non-denominational fellowship in Hudsonville, Michigan. Our mission is “to glorify God by making disciples of Jesus Christ.” We carry this mission forward through three core values of the church: Sunday Mornings, Small Groups, and Serving Others. By emphasizing these values, by God's grace we equip and encourage our church body to live out that mission in the many spheres of influence in which they are a part, including our own families.
We strive to be a culturally relevant church, unwilling to compromise on the infallibility of God’s Word—meaning the message will not change, but the method of delivery may, in order to reach all generations. Our worship is contemporary. Our preaching is bold and gospel-centered. Dress casually and come as you are! Our facilities and programming are welcoming and innovative.
Wellspring is committed to helping our members identify, develop and use their spiritual gifts to glorify God. We are also committed to helping people find community and grow spiritually. Small groups, age-specific groups, men’s and women’s ministries, thriving children’s ministries and high school and college groups are some of the ways in which we create and foster community here at Wellspring.
We are also committed to missions, both locally and globally. While we are currently re-evaluating and strengthening our philosophy of missions, we remain committed to supporting pastors and families abroad. Closer to home, we are renewing our commitment to reaching out to the local community through family events and neighborhood outreach and through partnering with other churches for the purpose of advancing the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ.
Our vision is to remain committed to the foundations of the faith (see our doctrinal statement) while mentoring and empowering our members to use their spiritual gifts for God's glory. While we recognize our many God-given strengths as a church, we also know we have many opportunities for growth, including in, among other areas, missions, youth ministries and prayer. In all areas, we remain sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit and committed to sitting under the authority of the Word of God.
We hope you will visit Wellspring Church, so that you may see what God is doing through us and our congregation in person.
This is the most important thing we do at Wellspring Church. The fellowship, the worship and the preaching on Sunday Morning is crucial to our growth and is the most effective means of making disciples of Jesus Christ for all people in any season of life. For prior messages, visit wellspringcc.org/sermons.
“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”
Caring for one another, experiencing care from one another, and living out the idea of “iron sharpening iron” is extremely important to spiritual maturity. This is where deeper and more personal relationships with the community God designed for us are forged.
To get info on joining a small group, call the office or visit wellspringcc.org/smallgroups.
“They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.”
We receive spiritual giftedness when we respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. God combines this giftedness with our natural talents to build up the body and edify the ministry. Wellspring Church is dedicated to providing guidance, support and opportunities to share Christ with our community and the world.
“You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love. For the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’”