The Well: Summer​ Faith Experience

 
Faith. Identity. Calling.

The University of Findlay is proud to offer a free summer faith experience for high school students. The Well is graciously funded through a grant from the Lilly Endowment ​Inc.


​Dates: Sunday, July 19, 2020 - Saturday, July 25, 2020

For 2020—to ensure proper hygiene and social distancing, we will be housing students at a local hotel and bussing them to and from campus each morning and evening.

W​hat You Can Expect

The Well is a uniquely transformative week-long faith experience on the University of Findlay campus during which high school students are invited to dive deeper in the faith, strengthening their Christ-centered identity while discerning God’s call on their life more clearly. Students at the Well spend time together during the week engaging with immersive worship experiences, examining the Scriptures, exploring church history and the arts, encountering a diverse array of church traditions, sharing in local service opportunities, and living in vital community with other students from all around the country.

University of Findlay faculty, staff, and student ministry leaders come together to teach, lead, and guide participants of The Well. While this makes for an invaluable opportunity for spiritual formation and vocational discernment, The Well is also a great chance for high school students to experience campus life for a week: eating in the dining hall and spending meaningful time on campus. For 2020—to help ensure proper hygiene and social distancing—we will be housing students at a local hotel and bussing them to and from campus each morning and evening.

Sign up today! Come prepared to wrestle with questions like:

  • Who am I?
  • What’s my story?
  • In what ways does God communicate His will to us?
  • Does God have a specific plan for us?
  • How do we know what God is calling us to do?
  • How can I use my gifts to serve my fellow man?


Daily Activities

  • Worship every evening, led by the university's “Revive" student-led band

  • Breakout sessions to dig deeper into the content discussed through the week
    • Students will be encouraged to share experiences, strengths, weaknesses and barriers to understand the relationship between faith and life
  • Personal testimonies from guest speakers representing an occupational and non-occupational ministry
  • Interaction with professionals to discover how they provide service and vocation through their occupation
  • Volunteer work benefitting several local charities within the Findlay community
  • Daily review and debriefing of each day's theme, sharing thoughts on real-life application
  • Recreational activities on Findlay's campus, including movie nights, scavenger hunts and more