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The Well

You are invited to join The Well on Friday, February 17, at the Macfarlans' home from 7:30–10pm.

This month we have the pleasure to hear from Lt. Col. (Ret.) Peter Combee. In continuation of our theme, he will be speaking on the topic of Christians in Roles of Authority: How ought Christians steward power? What does it look like to use roles of influence to bear out God's Kingdom?

Lt. Col. Peter Combee served as an active duty officer with the Virginia National Guard. He completed ROTC at James Madison University, began his career with the Army in Monterrey, CA before moving back east and eventually joining the National Guard. He retired in 2001 after serving the majority of his career in Staunton, VA, as commander of the 116th Infantry Regiment. One of his great passions is World War II history. LTC Combee now teaches military history at JMU, as well as leading history tours of Normandy, France. He and his wife, Candace, live in Staunton and attend Calvary Baptist Church. His son, Logan, attends Trinity Presbyterian Church.

Following the speaker there will be time for fellowship with plenty of light refreshments served!

Directions to the Macfarlans', 418 Townbrook Court: From Rio Rd, enter Dunlora subdivision. After 100 yards, turn left on Shepherds Ridge Rd. Go 0.4 miles and turn right on Townbrook Crossing. Go 100 yards and turn right on Townbrook Ct. Last condo on the right. Park anywhere along Townbrook Crossing or Townbrook Ct that doesn't block neighbors' driveways. You may also park on Shepherds Ridge Rd. If you get lost or have questions, call Carrie: 434.981.3426.

Don’t forget about lunch on Sunday, February 19. We will be having lunch immediately following the late service at Brazos Tacos at 1pm. Be sure to bring a friend!

The Well gathers the third Friday of every month 7:30–10pm for a time of teaching, testimony and fellowship. In addition, The Well will offer retreats, service projects and social gatherings to further ground people in fellowship and in their sense of deep and abiding community within the church.

The Well represents a place of gathering, a place of acceptance and a place of meeting our thirst for good teaching, fellowship and mentoring. Wells are deep places. They are places of deep physical and spiritual significance where Jesus met and shared conversation with people. Augustine (AD 354–430) uses the example of the woman at the well to describe the spiritual and bodily thirst the human heart has for goodness and truth. In the parable, Jesus told the woman He could give her “living water” so that she would never thirst again. Jesus used the words “living water” to refer to eternal life, the gift that would satisfy her soul’s desire only available through Him. At The Well we hope to regularly (monthly) offer a place where young adults in their 20s and early 30s can explore vocation, community, service, ideas and faith more deeply.

For audio files of previous speakers at The Well, go to the bottom of the page.

Go to The Well's Calendar


Juli Avery Logan Combee Dennis Doran
Jim Hughes
Keita Ikeda
Andy Macfarlan
Carrie Macfarlan
Megan Maley
Matt Stoker





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Ronnie Wideman (February 2015)
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Isaac Wardell (January 2015)
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John Cunningham: "What Is Sex?" (February 2014)
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