About The Well Community Church

The Well Community Church is a new church in Pittsboro, North Carolina.

We began meeting in a home in the summer of 2017, and in the Pittsboro Community House in September of 2017. Moving to our new home at 130 Farrar Circle in September of 2018 has allowed us to grow and become more involved in the community.  Join us on Sunday's at 10am for Worship and the Word!

Our Vision

To invite everyone into God's FAMILY, through a focus on DISCIPLESHIP, to be a COMMUNITY united in Christ


We accomplish our vision by committing ourselves to the Great Commission. By being intentional in our relationship with Jesus and others through regular prayer, worship, devotion and fellowship.

Our Beliefs

The Fall of Man

Adam and Eve, the precursors of the entire human race, were created in the image of God; however, they disobeyed God

and became sinners. Through Adam, all people inherited sin's nature and consequences, and all are in need of a Redeemer.

Genesis 1:27; Romans 5:12,19

The Plan of Redemption

Christ died for all of us while we were still sinners; He took the punishment for our sin.

With His own blood, He purchased salvation and redemption for all who believe in Him.

John 3:16; Isaiah 53:5; Titus 2:14

Salvation Through Grace

Salvation is totally an act of God's grace that is accessed through faith in Jesus Christ. No person can be good

enough to earn salvation, and "being good" does not contribute to receiving God's love and favor.

Ephesians 2:8, 13

Repentance and Acceptance

When people repent for their sins and accept Christ, they are justified through Jesus' sacrificial death on the cross. 

To repent means to be sorry for sins, but it also means to turn away from a sinful lifestyle. Accepting Christ mean believing in Him as the only Savior. To be justified means being declared "not guilty" in regard to sin.

Romans 10:9-10; 1 John 1:9

The New Birth

The change that takes place in people when they are "born again" is very real. They receive righteousness through Jesus Christ, and they are empowered by the Holy Spirit; therefore, they should have new desires, interests and pursuits.

John 3:3; 2 Corinthians 5:17

Daily Christian Life

People who have been born again grow in sanctification - which means that they separate themselves from the value system of the world and embrace and live according to the values of the kingdom that Jesus proclaimed. As they do so, they increase in holiness, faith, power, prayer, love and service.

2 Corinthians 7:1


Evangelizing and making disciples is the primary "business" of the church; every hindrance to the worldwide evangelism should be removed.

James 5:20; Mark 16:15

Tithing and Offerings

Tithing (giving 10 percent of earnings) and offerings (amounts determined by the individuals) are God's instruments to carry on His ministry, spread the gospel, and release personal blessing.

Malachi 3:10; 1 Corinthians 16:1,2


Christians should avoid excess and that their moderation should be obvious to others. Their commitment to Christ should be

deep and sincere, but they should not indulge in or lead other people into extremes of fanaticism. Christians should be well

thought of, balances, humble, and self-sacrificing, reflecting Christ's grace and character in all areas of their lives.

Colossians 3:12, 13; Philippians 4:5

Church Relationship

It is essential for all believers to join with and become part of a congregation of other believers. It is important to worship together, observe the ordinances of the church, encourage and support one another, and work together to advance the Lord's kingdom.

Hebrews 10:24, 25

Civil Government

Civil Government is established by divine appointment, civil laws should be upheld at all times except when they are in oppositions to the Word of God.

Romans 13:1-7

The Holy Scriptures

The Bible is the inspired Word of God; it is absolutely true, enduring, and unchangeable.

2 Timothy 3:16, 17; Matthew 24:25

The Eternal Godhead

The Trinity of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. The three parts of the Trinity are coexistent and coeternal, which means that they always have existed and always will exist together; they are coequal in diving perfection, which means that no person of the Trinity is more powerful or more perfect than any other person in the Trinity.

1 John 5:7

Water Baptism and the Lord's Supper

People who have been born again should be baptized in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Jesus Himself was baptized and instructed His followers to be baptized. Baptism also confirms that Christ is the Lord and King in each believer's life. We believe in observing the Lord's supper, or communion, just as Jesus instructed. This means that born again believers take the broken bread and the fruit of the vine as a remembrance and celebration of the new life that is theirs because of Jesus' death on the cross and His resurrection. It is also looking forward to His return as triumphant King.

Romans 6:4; 1 Corinthians 11:24-26

Baptism with the Holy Spirit

The baptism with the Holy Spirit is an experience that follows salvation. The Holy Spirit dwells in every believer - those who have accepted Jesus Christ as Savior. Being baptized with the Holy Spirit occurs when a believer asks and seeks to be so filled with God's Spirit that there is an overflow of His presence and power. Although the initial experience of being baptized with the Holy Spirit is significant, the Bible teaches us to continually "be being filled" with His Spirit as a daily pursuit. The Holy Spirit's fullness in marked by the fruit of the Spirit (inward character and Christ-likeness, the first of the Spirits (His power working through us), and the gift of spiritual language) the biblical word "tongues" simply means languages). Spiritual language is given by the Holy Spirit as a personal language of praise, a personal language of prayer, and at times, a public language of prophecy (when interpreted). Holy Spirit baptism empowers believers to exalt Jesus, to live lives of holiness, and to be witnesses of God's saving grace.

Galatians 5:22-25; 1 Corinthians 12:4-11; Acts 2:4; Acts 10:46; Mark 16:17; Acts 19:6; 1 Corinthians 13 & 14; Acts 1:5, 8; 2:4

Divine Healing

Jesus Christ heals people who are sick. God does not change; He is still willing and able to heal the body, as well as the soul and spirit, in response to faith.

Mark 16:17, 18; James 5:14-16

The Spirit-Filled Life

Born-again believers should be people who pray and who allow the Holy Spirit to shape their values and behaviors every day; their lives should exemplify love, honesty and sincerity.

Ephesians 4:30-32

The Gifts and Fruit of the Spirit

The Holy Spirit gives ministry gifts to believers; in other words, the Holy Spirit gives people special abilities for ministry. These gifts will build up groups of believers and help them mature in Christ faith. Further, Spirit-filled believers should show the spiritual 'fruit' that has been given to them: joy, love, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith, gentleness, self-control.

1 Corinthians 12:1-11; Romans 12:6-8; Galatians 5:22-25

Second Coming of Christ

The second coming of Christ is personal and imminent; we are as certain that His second coming will occur as we are that His first coming is a historical fact. No one knows the exact time of His coming, but believers will continue to spread the gospel around the world until He does come again. At that time the Lord Himself will descend from Heaven, the dead Christians will be resurrected, and believers will be taken up to meet the Lord in air.

Matthew 24:36, 42,44; 1 Thessalonians 4:16, 17


Everyone will stand before the judgement seat of Christ. Born again believers will be sent to a place of everlasting life, and nonbelievers will be sent to a place of everlasting punishment.

Revelation 20:11; 2 Corinthians 5:10


Heaven is the habitation of the living God and the eternal home of born again believers.

John 14:2; Revelation 7:15-17


Hell is a place of darkness, deep sorrow and unquenchable fire, which was not prepared for man but for the devil and his angels;

it will become the place of eternal separation from God for all who reject Christ as Savior.

Matthew 13:41, 42; Revelation 20:10, 15