Small Groups


At Church at the Well, we believe that many of the most important moments in our lives take place in small communities that meet during the week. Sunday is a great time to come together for worship, teaching, and fellowship, but we believe that gathering in smaller communities throughout the week is just as important, if not more so.

If you are interested in organizing or leading a small group contact

If you would like to join a small group, email the small group contacts listed below.


IF: Table
Where: Williston
When: Friday 10/8, 10/23, and 11/12 at 10 am
Contact: Michelle Avery,
This women’s small group will gather bi-weekly for conversation around discussion questions pertinent to life and faith. We will also take time to pray together for one another. Limit of 6 to allow for social distancing. Masks required if unvaccinated. Open.

Men’s Prayer Gatherings
When: Thursday mornings
Starting Date: Mid-September
Contact: Kevin Pounds,
In this weekly men’s gathering, we’ll focus on sharing, praying, encouragement, and accountability. Masks required if unvaccinated. Open.

Monthly Potluck
Where: Burlington
When: Sunday after church on Sept. 12, Oct. 24, Nov. 14
Contacts: John and Megan Meinen,
Join us for a monthly potluck. There’s a place at the table for you. Vaccination required. Open.

Mornings at Mount Philo
Where: Meet in the Mount Philo parking lot (Charlotte)
When: Selected Saturdays, 7:30am
Starting Date: September 11th
Contact: Kayla Miner,
After gathering at the base, we’ll walk up Mt. Philo at our own pace, enjoying time for silent meditation on short selections of scripture (provided). At the top, we’ll share what we noticed about the experience, while celebrating the view. On the way down, we’ll take time to catch up and share prayer requests. This is a moderately strenuous hike (2 miles round trip) that takes 45–60 minutes to complete. We’ll meet rain or shine. Open.

Praying with Scripture
Where: Online
When: Tuesday nights, 8:00 – 9:15pm
Starting Date: September 14th
Contact: Abby,
Each week, we will spend time reflecting on a passage of scripture together, sometimes viewing related art or engaging a journaling exercise to help us dwell in the passage and uncover its themes. The passage will serve as a jumping off point for prayer. Open.

A Review & Discussion of 1 Peter
Where: Charlotte
Hosts: David & Cheryl Shive
Through God-focused, authentic, thoughtful and lively discussion, we gather to learn what God’s Word has to say about challenging times and how we can make our way through them in grace, love and peace—for ourselves and for those around us. Full.