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Why It Uniquely Hurts To Not Have Church This Week

Posted by Trey Meester on

Brothers and sisters, missing church on Resurrection Sunday hurts. It has already been painful not to have church for a few Sundays in a row now, but no church on Easter Sunday simply hurts. What makes Easter Sunday unique? Well, to be short, if there was no Easter Sunday then there would not be...

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Tags: easter, no church

Update on Services as of April 5

Posted by Wayne Holcomb on

Wellington Church Family,  As we have continued to monitor the COVID-19 situation, we wanted to update you with the most recent measures that we as a church are taking in order to responsibly follow the guidelines set in place by the national, state, and local government...

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Tags: update on coronavirus

Trusting in God's Position, Not Our Perspective

Posted by Trey Meester on

Last week, William Brown (one of the Middle School Sunday School teachers) sent me an email containing a letter to the parents within our ministry. While it was written as an encouragement to the parents, I thought it would also be an encouragement to you, our church as a whole. In this letter...

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Tags: god, perspective, trusting, psalm 46

Strange Times and Real Danger

Posted by Trey Meester on

Friends, these are strange times. In some measure, all of our lives have been affected by the present crisis of the coronavirus. Sadly, this past Sunday was one of those times. Not meeting together on the Lord’s day seems odd, feels weird, and is surely dangerous. Sure, we recognize that...

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Tags: sin, repentance, no services, coronavirus

Update on Services as of March 18

Posted by Wayne Holcomb on

Wellington Church Family,  As we have continued to monitor the COVID-19 situation, we wanted to update you with the most recent measures that we as a church are taking in order to responsibly follow the guidelines set in place by the national, state, and local government...

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A Letter from Pastor Wayne

Posted by Wayne Holcomb on

Please join with me in this commitment To all those who worship with us at Wellington, I’m sure you’re aware of the recent notices issued regarding the contagious nature of Covid-19. Kentucky’s governor is closing schools, restaurants, churches, and venues where large...

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Update on Services as of March 14

Posted by Wayne Holcomb on

Wellington Church Family,  As you know the situation with COVID-19 is constantly evolving, and because of that we want to be responsible and loving in the way we respond. Above all we seek to be driven not by fear, but by faith in the goodness of our God. The elders wanted...

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Preparing for Ministry

Posted by Wayne Holcomb on

Preparing for Ministry   As I wrote in a recent blog, Tim Stec has retired from the U.S. Marshal's office and began contemplating how the Lord might best use him in the future.  Having served as a deacon for several years and pursuing an opportunity to serve as an elder at...

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Tags: family life, stec family

Wellington Member Explores Ways to Prevent Chronic Pain

Posted by Wayne Holcomb on

Josh and Carmen Van Wyngaarden, along with their four beautiful children, are active members at Wellington. The following article was recently published at the University of Kentucky. This link will redirect you to the University of Kentucky page where you can read the article.

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Tags: members, life, news, wellington

Hannah: A True Servant

Posted by Wayne Holcomb on

We have been very fortunate to have so many wonderful ladies work in the front office. One of the more recent was Hannah Stafford. She began worshipping at Wellington while she was a student at Asbury University. Throughout her four years here, she became very involved with the worship...

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Tags: servant, member, family life, wellington

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