At Jacob's Well, we desire that our five core identities would shape both who we become and how we live. Below each core identity are several of the ways in which we currently are living out these values as a community.
Discipleship is the process by which we learn from and become more like Jesus. Our eight-week discipleship courses, offered in the Fall and Spring seek to provide opportunities for growth in all areas of the life of faith.
We invest in the next generation through our WellKIDs ministry, which offers classes (up to grade 5) during our Sunday gatherings, as well as our yearly WellKIDS Camp each summer.
During the crucial middle and high school years, we provide mentorship and community through WellTEENS. This ministry meets twice monthly often alternating between Bible Study gatherings and social events.
We are a community committed to sharing the good news of Jesus with our neighbors. The primary, central way we pursue this work is through a program called Alpha. This simple small-group based curriculum provides an opportunity for believers and non-believers alike to ask “the big questions” of life and faith.
Life in Multi-Ethnic Community
Every other month, our entire community enjoys a meal after the Sunday gathering. This is a time to enjoy the beautiful diversity of our church through food and conversation.
Men's and Women's Ministry
Each year, we create unique opportunities for the men and women of our community to gather, build community and invest in one another. This has often taken the form of retreats and various one-day gatherings.
Seeking Justice & Mercy with Service
Local & GLobal Partners
Jacob’s Well continues to build partnerships with various local ministries and service organizations. As a community we seek proximity to the needs of our community and practical ways to set our hands to the work of relief and development in Central Jersey.
Joy & Generosity in Mission
Our Care Groups meet in alternating months as contexts where burdens can be shared and carried together. These “tribes within a tribe” provide opportunities for needs to be met, with the hope that no one would feel isolated in our community.