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Wellsprings

Welcome to Wellsprings 

Drawing from the wellsprings of Scripture, spirituality and the natural world, the Wellspring website offers you a place to pause, reflect and drink deeply of these springs that never run dry.

It also offers you resources for you to use for personal refreshment and others that you might want to share with family and friends.

Explore and enjoy!

The first Wellspring website went live on the First Sunday of Advent 1998 and has several hundred pages. It was too big to revamp in one go, so this companion site has been set up to offer a more contemporary, hopefully more interactive, site but the “old” site is being maintained as an archive here: www.wellsprings.org.uk

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Wellspring of the Word

Scripture draws from millennia of accumulated wisdom and teaching. Pause by this Wellspring for words that inspire – refresh – challenge – and allow them to feed the wellspring of life within you.

Reflections in the Wellspring

Daily life carries within it the potential to be life in all its fullness. This area of the site uses nature and traditional spiritual sources for enriching that life, making us more aware and sensitive to what the ordinary and everyday offer us.

Prayer from the Wellspring

Over the years, we have offered material for informal liturgies and prayer-services as well as personal prayer and reflection. This area links you to the archive and will offer new resources responding to an ever-changing world.

Wellspring of the Word

Daily Scripture Reflections

13 August 2020

  Ezekiel writes: I did just as I was commanded. I brought out my baggage by day, as baggage for exile, and in the evening I dug through the wall[…]

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12 August 2020

  (In my vision) the Lord said, ‘Go through the city, through Jerusalem, and put a mark on the foreheads of those who sigh and groan over all the abominations that[…]

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11 August 2020

  (The messenger) spread the scroll before me; it had writing on the front and on the back, and written on it were words of lamentation and mourning and woe.[…]

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