social action & mission

  • Outreach dream team

    Kim Jones    pastor Lori

    When the folks gathered for an 'outreach listening session' last September, we celebrated the many things we are already doing, and we also began dreaming some big dreams for new possibilities! We realized even as we were prayerfully brainstorming that we would not be 'done' that day. So, we formed an "Outreach Dream Team". If you would like to join us, or have comments or questions, feel free to contact Kim Jones or Pastor Lori.


    For more information about the Outreach Dream Team

  • harvest house

    ROBIN OLSON

    This weekly free noon meal program, is a community service outreach supported by 16 churches in the Washington County area. Harvest House meals are served in the lower level of St. James' Episcopal Church every Saturday from 11:30 until 12:30. There are no criteria to attend, and no questions are asked. All are welcome and lunch is served in a warm, friendly atmosphere. St. James' Church is located at 148 South 8th Avenue in West Bend. Still Waters Church volunteers provide desserts and assist with meal preparation, service and cleanup at Harvest House 4 times each year.  Dates for 2017 include:  July 8th and October 14th

  • family promise

    Josh & Tiffany Schultz

    Our next Family Promise host week will be October 15-22. Help is needed with providing dinners and fellowship for our guests, staying overnight and bringing in breakfast and lunch supplies. You can sign-up online or call the office. Many hands make light work. If you have questions, contact Josh or Tiffany Schultz at 920-988-6901.


    Volunteer Now! 


    [More about Family Promise]

  • interfaith care givers

    Janean Brudvig

    Interfaith connects volunteers with seniors in your community that can use a little help with a variety of tasks. If you can help, contact Corie, Interfaith Caregivers of Washington County at  262.323.9322 or see Janean Brudvig for more information.


    [More about Interfaith Care Givers]

  • volunteers in mission

    Felice Bastian   & Carol Clingan

    Volunteers in Mission provides volunteer opportunities by helping people locally, nationally, and internationally through disaster response, house building and rehab, education, and medical assistance. Through United Methodist Volunteers in Mission, every person in the church has the opportunity to serve and to live their lives more faithfully. When we reach out and use what God has given us in the service of others, we have life-transforming experiences. Find out about upcoming mission trip destinations and see pictures of past trips on Facebook.  For more information, contact Don & Felice Bastian at 920-540-4458, or Bob & Carol Clingan.  

  • Food Pantry

    Poverty and food insecurity are on the rise in Wisconsin communities. Still Waters Church, along with other churches and local organizations, work to support food pantries in Washington County whose mission is to directly serve local residents who suffer from hunger and food insecurity within the community. Through this effort, Still Waters strives to strengthen the emergency food systems by taking steps to increase both the amount and nutritional value of food available at food outlets such as local food pantries.