Saturday, September 15, 2012


“Life is not fair. If there really is a God, He doesn’t care about me.”

Disappointments and difficulties bring periods of confusion, depression and pain; the air of loneliness stings and the taste of hurt burns with the flame of anger. Whether through death, divorce, addiction, prison or illness, the result is real and staggering – we feel lost.

It is during these overwhelming times we need to experience authentic compassion and grace. God has chosen that through relationship…we can support and encourage one another. It’s not that we provide answers as much as a chance to breathe, to cry, to sit still and reflect, or talk about life.

If you are finding these words speaking to your heart, join us at The Well. This is a new kind of worship service for those experiencing deep heartache due to loss, alienation and loneliness, the confusion of addiction, or the pain of brokenness. The Well is a safe place to worship where you can find rest and comfort, mercy and hope through Christ. The Well will meet every other Saturday evening at 6:30 pm starting September 29, 2012 at 111 Devor Street, Greenville, OH. You’ll find a fresh beverage, a chair, and a friend. But most importantly you will discover…God.

The Well is a ministry of EUM Church. Our regular worship services are Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday at 8:15, 9:45, and 11:15 a.m. at our Worship Center located at 1451 Sater Street (corner of Sater and Sebring-Warner Road) in Greenville, OH. The Downtown Campus, 111 Devor Street, houses our offices and preschool. For more information, go to or call 548-3211

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