The Well is our book and gift store located just off the parlor on the main level of the church. In addition to a wide array of Bibles and Bible study support materials you’ll find a great selection of books for every age group. It is a convenient stop for gift purchases and personal items. The Well has fashion accessories including scarves, handbags, jewelry, readers and sunglasses. A baby/children’s department is full of ideas for your grandchildren, baby shower gifts, or to pamper your own little one plus many sundry items including greeting cards, hand lotion and mints.
Purchases at The Well directly benefit Week of Compassion, which provides emergency disaster relief to peoples around the world.
If you have not done so please stop by The Well and look around, you might find something you like while supporting a great cause.
Purchases through AmazonSmile Benefit Week of Compassion through The Well
Every time you shop through AmazonSmile, your purchases can benefit Week of Compassion through The Well. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the same prices and selection as amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to The Well for Week of Compassion.
To shop at AmazonSmile go to smile.amazon.com using your regular account from Amazon.com. Your shopping cart and other account settings are the same. You need to select Country Club Christian Church as your charitable organization to receive donations before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation.
You may also want to add a bookmark to smile.amazon.com to make it even easier to return and start your shopping at AmazonSmile.
What’s New in The Well
Week of Compassion: Responding To The COVID-19 Crisis In IndiaApril 29, 2021In India, COVID-19 infection rates are rising exponentially and the health system is collapsing under the burden. Hospitals in urban centers are overcrowded and often turn people away. Supplies, including oxygen, are running low, and various strains of the virus more frequently require that patients be treated with oxygen. Families ... Read More