Thinking of Visiting?

WellSprings is a welcoming, caring environment where people gather to seek spiritual growth. There's no pressure, no hype–it's easy to participate at your own pace.

If you're thinking of visiting WellSprings, you can find out here about our Sunday Services and spiritual development for children and youth in our community. See if there's alignment between what you seek and our Values and Beliefs.

Please feel free to check out our service.

WellSprings Sunday Service--Welcoming New Members

Some Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some frequently asked questions that we’ve received, and our answers.

What happens when I arrive?

Hospitality Team members will greet you on arrival and can answer your questions—or, feel free to arrive a few minutes early to meet and talk with Reverend Ken. Some visitors like to take advantage of open seats in the back—you can "sneak in" to check us out quietly, if that's your preference.

What can I expect at a Sunday Service?

On a typical Sunday, our service contains:

  • A Chance to Sing Together: Congregants sing along with the song leaders if they wish (lyrics are projected onto a screen). We sing contemporary, spiritually themed pop, rock, folk, and country songs from the last several decades, as well as traditional gospel and spirituals.
  • A Chance to Get to Know Each Other: Rev. Ken invites people to greet others seated nearby and to wish each other peace.
  • A Chance to Be Silent and at Peace Together: We have times for both meditation and prayer.
  • A Chance to Know What's Happening: There's a brief reading of one or two featured announcements and direction to where people can find out more information about WellSprings if they're looking for it.
  • A Chance to Share our Generosity: We take up a collection for our community giving partner, Chester County Futures in Exton – there's no pressure, and no one is expected to give.
  • A Chance For People of All Ages to Grow: Children are invited to go to YouthSpirit classes – parents can walk their children to the room and get them settled. Some children choose to stay with their parents for the adult service, which is not a problem. YouthSpirit Director Becky McAndrews helps new families get oriented to the program.
  • A Chance to Reflect on the Deeper Meaning of Our Lives: Rev. Ken delivers an inspirational, profound, literate, and often funny message.
  • A Chance for Conversation: Coffee and doughnuts are served during social time. All are welcomed to stay, but again, no pressure.
  • We hope you leave feeling better than you did when you arrived – inspired, enlivened, and "charged full with the charge of the soul," in the words of our mission (borrowed from the poet Walt Whitman).

What kind of people will I meet at a WellSprings service?

Wellsprings members are people from all walks of life and religious backgrounds: people who were raised in, or have explored, numerous Western and Eastern spiritual traditions and/or with no religion at all. Our members include single people and couples, "empty nesters," families with children of all ages from babies to high-schoolers, single parents, young adults, and people of all colors, many nationalities, and diverse lifestyles and sexual orientations.

Sunday Services


Spring/Summer Hours:
One Service Only at 10:00 AM
Starting Sunday, September 10
Two Services, 9:30 and 11:00 AM


The Montgomery School (Bell Hall)
1141 Kimberton Road (Route 113)
Chester Springs, PA 19425
directions  map


Casual and contemporary. Come as you are.



Sunday Classes/Springboards

YouthSpirit is just for kids! It’s the place where young people at WellSprings gather every Sunday for fun, fellowship and friendship. In both regular classes and special spiritual workshops, kids experience and talk about the things that make living more meaningful, like friendship, gratitude, kindness, forgiveness, and caring for self, each other and all living things.


Contact Us

Mailing Address

WellSprings Congregation 
47 Marchwood Road, Suite 2A-2
Exton, PA 19341




Founding Minister, Rev. Ken Beldon:

Executive Minister, Rev. Lee Paczulla: