April 7, 2024

One Sunday morning, every spring, Center Church leaves the walls and routines of Sunday morning to share the love of Jesus in some real and practical ways with Stillwater. This often involves spring cleaning, yard work or painting and visits to nursing homes. Love Stilly is one of our very favorite days. It reminds us of who we are as a church and gives us a great excuse to go and do some good stuff.

A note to our Stillwater neighbors: 

If you would know of an organization, or a home, that would benefit from some hands-on work, we would love to reach out and see if we can help. You can send us an email at this handy button:

a handy email button

A note to Center Church:

This page contains some basic information for the day, and, most importantly, a registration form. There are several, essential, things that happen after you fill out the form - all of which help you prepare for your experiences at Love Stilly. 

Please fill out this form before March 31 so we can put you on a team and initiate that essential information. (Might as well fill it out today. since you're here.)


Sunday morning we will work in about 15 teams, each with a specific assignment in the community. In the weeks prior to the event, every person at Center will sign up for a team, including a preferred type of work to be done (either indoor, or outdoor or  visiting the nursing homes.) Team assignments are made with these requests in mind.

Each team is usually 5-10 people. Our 412 Kids generally are assigned with a parent and the Sprouts usually stay at church with their teachers. Axis Youth work as a team.

The form to register is located at the bottom of this page. (Just throwing this out here again, so you don't forget to scroll.)

What to expect

Good question. You will find specific details from your assigned team lead before the event, but here are The Basics:

Sunday, April 7 9:15 to 1:30, includes lunch together.

On Sunday, we arrive at church at 9:15 to check in and find our teams. We depart the building at 10:00, heading to our assignment. We arrive back at the building at noon for lunch all together. We will share pictures and stories as we share the meal. 

There is opportunity to preference your work environment on the registration form. You can also expect to work hard, have fun and build new relationships with you church family, 

Most importantly, we expect to be a blessing to our neighbors, to share the love that Jesus has for them and be His face in Stillwater. Also His arms and legs.

Team Lead + Assignment

Team Leads have two important jobs. 

#1. Planning. In the weeks before the event, each team lead will visit the assignment, meet the contact, assess the work to be done, create a list of tools needed to accomplish the job, and secure needed tools & equipment. 

#2. Communication. Team lead will also reach out to his or her team, and let them know what their assignment is, as well as communicate any necessary tools (yard tools, gloves, guitars, etc.)

Also, Team Lead should talk with Renee or Brian if any questions arise. Cuz we got you!

The Form.

Congrats! You've made it all the way here. Endurance for the win! 

And thank you for signing up. The logistics involved in Love Stilly are a bit on the ridiculous side - and your early registration makes for a better day!

A note to families: 

Please complete one registration per independent person (youth and adults.)

Please include kids with an adult registration. 412 Kids typically go with a parent and Sprouts typically stay at church with their teachers, unless parents prefer to do otherwise.

You may list 412 class/older kids with you in the "notes" section of this form, as long as you would like them assigned to the same type of team that you will be doing. 

Example: if mom will be doing indoor work, and the kiddo is going with dad to outdoor work, include this child with dad's registration. 

And if you have any questions, send an email to Renee.  Or text. 

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