The Well’s time and resources are organized to reach the community to serve and spread the love of Jesus.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Part of Caring Ministry, the Prayer Ministry provides shawls to bring comfort to those who are ill, recovering from surgery, grieving loss or are experiencing difficult times. Find this ministry and more groups below.

Carnivale! (provided by Kaleidoscope Ministry)

A respite care ministry for parents/guardians who have children with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities and their siblings.

God’s Discovery Kids Preschool

The mission of God’s Discovery Kids Preschool is to provide a fun, safe, engaging, and distinctive Christian preschool setting which is developmentally appropriate for 3, 4, and 5 year olds. 


The Well’s time and resources reach beyond our local communities through UMCOR which is a ministry of The United Methodist Church.

The “One Thing”

Each month The Well sponsors a “One Thing” giving project.

Mobility Worldwide

The Well offers many groups that everyone can participate in, including weekly, once-a-month or series groups for a specific topic.

Simpson Shelter

Simpson Homeless Shelter (SHS) was the first in the Twin Cities to extend its shelter hours to 24/7 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, they are providing 66 shelter guests a safe space and a temporary home.

Tutoring at Area Elementary Schools

A strong Ministry of our church continues to be tutoring children in our area at the elementary schools. Tutoring takes place at either Rosemount Elementary or Southview Elementary. To volunteer, please contact Mary or Chuck Funderburk below.

Caring Ministries

Caring Ministry puts an emphasis on assisting members and non-members through the difficult times of life, but also stays connected with people unable to attend church due to illness or aging. We also celebrate many joys along the path of our spiritual journey.

For information on any of these programs, please contact our church.

“If you really fulfill the royal law according to the Scripture, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself,” you are doing well.”
~ James 2:8