Hi, my name is Billy Waters and I am the Lead Pastor of Wellspring Church Englewood. I am married to Janna and we parent six kids. Having lived in five different states growing up, I am proud to call Denver home for the last twenty-five years. I earned a BS in Biology from Colorado State University and an MDiv from Denver Seminary. I love hiking, running, reading, spicy food, and Foosball. My favorite book is The Heart of a Servant Leader, by Jack Miller.
I have a deep passion for the advancement of the Kingdom of God through the planting of gospel-centered churches around Denver. Since planting Wellspring Englewood, we have subsequently planted three other churches. I have a deep conviction that in order to reach the Denver metro area and fulfill the gospel mandate to make disciples, we must plant ourselves in multiple neighborhoods around the city.
Hello, my name is Tim Soots and I am the Rector of Wellspring Littleton. Myself and a group of friends planted Wellspring Littleton in the Spring of 2015. We are excited to take part in God's plan of redemption in the city of Littleton and the Denver Metro area.
I attended Purdue University in the great state of Indiana where I studied philosophy and economics and I graduated from Denver Seminary with an MDiv in 2103. My wife, Laura, and I have a young son named Myles who we love deeply. Some of my favorite hobbies include reading good theology, hiking, and fly fishing.
I have lived most of my life in Colorado and met my wonderful wife Sarah at Colorado State University. While in college God gave me a passion for the Church and helping people of all ages come to know, love, and serve Jesus. I received my Masters of Divinity from Denver Seminary in 2007. I love partnering with Sarah to disciple our three girls: Maddie, Abbey, and Chloe. As a family we like to hike, backpack, ski, cook, read, watch movies together, and invest in our neighborhood. When not doing any of the above we are usually eating ice cream at one of our favorite local shops or Banh Mi at Vinh Xuong.
My greatest desire is to make much of Jesus and to invite others to do the same. I am currently in the process of planting a church in the Ruby Hill neighborhood that reflects the diversity of our urban low-income neighborhood through celebrating the goodness of what God has done in all creation in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.