Address: 306 N. Sprague Ellensburg, WA Worship Service: Sundays at 10:00 am

What to expect when visiting Wellspring & Frequently Asked Questions

You can expect:


That’s what you’ll find when you visit Wellspring. We strive to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit for each service.  This often results in testimonies, spontaneous worship, prayer ministry, scripture readings and other biblical exhortations.

Lots of Children

While we are a church of all ages, the Lord has blessed us with lots of children. It is not uncommon for them to be involved in our worship.


During the service (usually during worship) tithes and offerings will be received.


Communion is usually observed on the first Sunday of each month.  The Lord’s Table is open to all believers.

Diaconate Offering

On the first Sunday of the month we take a special offering just for those in need.

Challenging messages

You can expect to hear the preaching of God’s Word, the Bible, and an invitation for hearers to respond. The messages are fervent, inspiring and practical.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear?

Most people will dress in casual weekend attire, so dress how you feel comfortable and you’ll fit right in.  In the summertime, it’s not uncommon to see people wearing sandals, shorts, and a shirt.  (NO SHIRT, NO SHOES, NO SERVICE)

Is There Childcare?

Yes. During service there is a nursery upstairs for children under two years of age. A cry room for nursing moms or noisy kids is also available upstairs.  And classes are available for ages 18 months through 5th grade.

  • Toddler Church – 18 months to 36 months.  Upstairs
  • Beginner’s Church –  3 to 5 year olds (pre K). Downstairs
  • Kids Church – Kindergarten through 5th grade. Released from main service at 10:30 except the first Sunday of every month, when they stay with their families in the sanctuary.


What happens in the children’s classes?

We believe in giving children opportunities to worship, to pray, to learn God’s Word, to listen for his voice, and to love others.  We want these activities to always be age-appropriate, and taught in the context of loving relationships.  See the children’s ministry pages for more detailed information.

What’s the worship like?

Music is a major feature of our worship – before, during and even after the service itself. Instruments may range from voices, piano and organ to synthesizers, guitars (acoustic and electric), and drums (usually all of the above).

Whatever the accompaniment, inspired singing is the order of the day. We sing songs from various artists that include but are not limited to Vineyard Music, Jesus Culture, Cory Asbury, Chris Tomlin, Enter the Worship Circle, United Pursuit Band, Lincoln Brewster and many, many more…

What styles of worship do you encourage?

Everyone does it differently! We encourage you to sit, stand, sing, dance or even wave a flag if that is how you worship. (All we ask is that you are respectful of the other in your immediate area).

What else do  I need to know about worship at Wellspring?

Worship is an interactive experience at Wellspring.  During worship, in addition to singing, we encourage people to open their bibles, hear the Lord, come up to the mic  and share the scriptures that He puts on your heart.  Through this process we often are able to determine what God is leading us in that day.

Can I get prayer?

Prayer is usually available after church. Just talk to the Pastor or ask anyone and they will help you get ministry.

What about Spiritual gifts?

At Wellspring we do believe in the operation of spiritual gifts. The planned service order may be suspended as individuals speak or share as prompted by the Holy Spirit, under the supervision of the pastor (1 Corinthians 12-14).

One may speak out in an unknown tongue, a Spirit-guided language other than that of the congregation. Another individual, or perhaps the same one, will then give the interpretation.

On occasion, the Spirit may prompt someone to speak out, to prophesy, in the language of the congregation. The gift of prophecy, the gift of tongues and the gift of interpretation, and other spiritual gifts bring the church immediate challenge and confirm Bible truths.