welcome to still water


Phase 1: Local Response & Deliver Supplies to Cape Coral

*Be the church and check in on people! You can start by helping your neighbors, friends, elderly or anybody else you know that may need immediate help in our community. If anybody from the congregation needs assistance with storm clean up, please call the church office and let us know so that we can send people to help.

*We have a small team assembled to make a supply run to Cape Coral. We plan to deliver supplies to South Florida sometime between October 17th-24th or as soon as we have a full load. If you'd like to donate supplies, please see Hurricane Supplies Needed below for a list of what's been requested and instructions on dropping off supplies.

Phase 2: Collect Donations, Continue Phase 1

*Continue to check in on those you know who have been impacted by the storm. We will continue to collect donations for multiple supply runs to south Florida if need be.

Phase 3: Send Mission Teams to South Florida

*When it is deemed safe to do so, we will be organizing short term (maybe 2-4 days long) mission trips to South Florida to assist those in hard hit areas. If you would like to volunteer to be part of this team, please contact Pastor Wayne

(863-698-0350) or sign-up on the volunteer sheet at the back of the church sanctuary.

**Please continue to pray for all those impacted by Hurricane Ian & for our first responders.**


-Bottled water and sports drinks (ex. Gatorade, Powerade)

-Tarps, especially larger sizes are best

-Generators, new or used, must be in good running order

-Batteries, AA, AAA, C and D sizes

-Flashlights, new or used if in good working order

-Extension cords, exterior use, new or used

-Gas cans, new or used

-Cash or gift cards for Home Depot, Lowe’s, Wal-Mart, Target, Fast Food or restaurants

-Bibles, New Testaments

-Work gloves, all sizes

-Carpentry hand tools, hammers, drills, power saws, etc, new or used

-Trash bags, heavy duty, construction grade

-Bungee cords

-Medium duty ropes

-Any roofing materials, rolled roofing paper, flashing, etc.

-Lumber, 8’ lengths of 2’x4”, 2”x6”, 2”x8”, any 4’x8’ plywood

-Bundles of 1” x2” furring strips

-Yard clean-up tools, rakes, shovels

Please bring any donations to Still Water Christian Life Center on Sunday mornings or Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Please call the church office at 863-419-2895 prior to delivering your donations to ensure somebody will be here to receive your items. Donation items needed at this time include anything that can be used for storm or flood related clean-up. Please, do not donate any clothes, toys or household items at this time. If you have large items such as lumber, etc. that you are unable to transport yourself, or if you have any questions about what can be donated, please contact Wayne Culver (863-698-0350) any time to arrange pick-up. We are also seeking somebody that is able to loan a large enclosed trailer for storage of these donated items. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Thank you.


We gather every Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. Children's church and childcare are also available.

When you arrive at Still Water, it is our prayer and hope that you are about to enter into a God experience like never before. We live in a world of problems but we know that there is Hope and this Hope is in Jesus Christ and is Jesus Christ. We desire for your experience with us to be as comfortable as possible. This begins with your arrival to our worship center. Immediately, you will notice that you are greeted with a warm smile and handshake by our Greeters. If you need assistance with children, they are there to help you. As you enter our worship center, you will find a blend of races and social classes. We aim to minister the love of Christ to all people. If you are tired of "religion" and desire to experience the true life of a Christian, we invite you to join us on our journey with Him to see the world changed -- beginning with each individual.