But their delight is in the law of the LORD, and on his law they meditate day and night. They are like trees planted by streams of water, which yield their fruit in its season, and their leaves do not wither. In all that they do, they prosper.
Episcopal Church Wellspring draws from a source of abundant and continual supply - Jesus. ECW empowers everyone to carry out Christ's work in the world. We gather monthly to listen to speakers and engage with the wider community. Formerly Episcopal Church Women, we welcome everyone and warmly invite you to actively participate.
Join us as we walk our path of transformation, learning how to Love God, Grow Together, Serve Others, and Invite Friends in the community of Christ Church Cathedral.
At our monthly meetings guest speakers will share their passions and callings while raising our awareness of issues facing our community. Come for the fellowship and friendship and stay for the education and enlightenment. Be engaged. Be connected. Be empowered.
Donate to Support the Mission of ECW
There is much to do within the walls of Christ Church, within our community, within our state, and within our nation. Each monthly meeting will feature a community partner who will educate us on his or her work and mission as well as needs within their organizations. We will leave the meetings better educated and more aware. In turn, we will take that education and spread awareness to our fellow CCC members, our families, our neighbors and our friends. We have completed numerous special projects over the years, and have more work to do! Consider donating to the mission of ECW below.
The Collect of the Episcopal Church Women
Almighty God, we pray that you will bless our work in mission and ministry in the world. We give thanks for the gifts of joy and wonder to be found in your works. Make us so thankful for the power of Your love, given through Your Son, Jesus, that we may pray, labor, and give liberally to make known that love throughout the world.
Episcopal Church Wellspring gather on Zoom on the second Tuesday of the month, October through May, to listen to speakers and engage with the wider community. All are welcome! The business meeting begins at 11:00am followed by the speaker. To receive the Zoom link, please register below.
Some of our past speakers and topics are:
Kentucky State Senator Reginald Thomas who spoke on pending state legislation and how to be an engaged and informed voter.
Eileen Levy, Executive Director, The Well, shared firsthand information about the prevalence of human trafficking and tell what her organization is doing to address the problem right here in Lexington where the women live together, recover together and support each other.
Ryan Koch, Founder and Director, Seadleaf, discussed about the mission and vision of Seedleaf to nourish communities by growing and sharing food and coming together over common tasks and common needs.
and many more engaging speakers and impactful topics.
The Altar Guild meets at 9:00am every Saturday and on Sunday before and after services to prepare and clean the altars for Eucharist. Members work on four rotating teams. Other opportunities are available for linen care and flower arranging. Contact Joanna Walsh for more information.
The Bishops’ Funds were established to honor those who have served as Bishop. Designated offerings go toward one of the six funds to perpetuate the lives and work of our Bishops. Contact Susan Baird for more information.
Books & Beliefs
Books & Beliefs gathers on the first Tuesday of the month at 10:30am on Zoom to discuss a different book presented by a Cathedral member. All are welcome to join the conversation. Contact Pat Tipton for more information. Click here for the schedule of books.
Daughters of the King and Junior Daughters of the King
The Order of Daughters of the King seeks a deeper pray life and service to God. We are a spiritual sisterhood who take vows which include dedication to daily prayer, service, and spreading God's Love to all. We meet on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30pm on Zoom. Contact Windy Roscoe for more information. There is also an active chapter of the Junior Daughters of the King led by Pat Arnold. The Daughters and the Junior Daughters invite all women and teens who are searching for a deeper pray life and service to God to join. We are a spiritual sisterhood who take vows which include dedication to daily prayer, service, and spreading God's Love.
United Thank Offering
The UTO is an international ministry of the Episcopal Church for the mission of the whole church. It has been managed by the women of the church since the Women’s Auxiliary of the Board of Missions was organized in 1871. Grant requests are evaluated and funded to provide ministry to men, women and children. Further information about this ministry is available from Karen Garrison.