Welcome to another edition of the
Wellspring Happenings!

For this Sunday, March 24, 2019:

Rev. David Rocha is the Preacher
Rev. Jerrold Foltz is Worship Leader.
Alice Foltz is the Musician.


This is bilingual sunday, and our service will
be in both spanish and english.

Service begins at 10:00 a.m.

“In a dream I walked with God through the deep places of creation; past walls that receded and gates that opened through hall after hall of silence, darkness and refreshment–the dwelling place of souls acquainted with light and warmth–until, around me, was an infinity into which we all flowed together and lived anew, like the rings made by raindrops falling upon wide expanses of calm dark waters.”
-Dag Hammarskjold, 20th century


WELLSPRING’S MULTI-CONGREGATIONAL CROP WALK – We are ONE weeks away from the First Annual Centreville CROP Hunger Walk on March 31. Please see Jerry Foltz for more details and to sign up to be a Walker or to sponsor a Walker. You may also call Jerry at 703-346-6184 for more information. Thanks for helping feed the hungry both in our community and throughout the world.


Living the Questions Covenant Group
Everyone is welcome. This group meets on Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m. hosted by Dr. George Crossman in a meeting room at his residence at the Woodlands Retirement Community, 4320 Forest Hill Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030.  For more information, please call George: 703-865-5830.



The on-call person for March is Myra Flemister:
mflemister@earthlink.net. Myra is available for pastoral needs,
including illness and prayer requests, and outreach to visitors.



A United Church of Christ congregation in Phoenix that provides a safe space for migrants seeking asylum in the United States has been extremely busy since Monday, offering an extravagant welcome to more than 100 people. Busloads of immigrant families who have been released by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are routinely dropped off at Shadow Rock UCC for a meal, clothing, supplies and a place to stay while they try to connect with relatives and friends around the country.

“Hospitality is one of the ideals we hold as people of conscience in this country,” said the Rev. Ken Heintzelman, Shadow Rock pastor.

Scores of immigrants waiting to have their cases heard have come through Shadow Rock, bussed in by ICE, since 2016 — but never more than a few dozen at a time. And not with a lot of advance notice.

“We got a call on Friday that they wanted us to take 100 people,” said Abeth Spencer, the church’s director of communications. “We had a weekend to get organized before they arrived Monday night, and they all stay here until we take them to the Greyhound Station.”


If you can arrive about 20-25 minutes early or stay a little later, we are in need of volunteers to SET UP and BREAK DOWN.  Set up consists of placing the seating, bulletins, hymnals, preparing the social hour area, etc.  Break down is the reverse. We also NEED REFRESHMENTS each Sunday for the Social Hour after church.  Please bring what you are willing to share and we will do the rest.