Easter Service Times and Info

You're invited to celebrate the resurrection of our Savior at one of our special Easter worship services on April 15th and 16th!

University Campus
19601 Ben Hill Griffin Pkwy,
Fort Myers, FL 33912

Saturday / 5pm & 6:30pm
Sunday / 8:30am, 10am & 11:30am

Gateway Campus
12600 Corporate Lakes Drive #6,
Fort Myers, FL 33913

Sunday / 9am & 11am

Naples Campus
Barron Collier High School
5600 Cougar Drive,
Naples, FL 34109

Sunday / 9am & 11am



Sports Camp - Save the date


New this year: Choose your week! (Both camps are identical)

WHEN: June 12th-16th or June 19th - 23rd

WHERE: University Campus - 19601 Ben Hill Griffin Parkway, Fort Myers, FL

WHO: For kids who will be entering grades K - 6th for 2017/2018 year. 

COST: $45 Per child

Each day consists of sports, large-group rallies, huddle groups and snacks. There are multiple sports to choose from and campers participate in one sport for the entire camp.


Registration will be open: April 1st-May 15th.



Grief and Loss

This Thursday, March 23rd at 7:00pm, at the University Campus, Recovery will be walking through the topic of Grief and Loss. Whether you have experienced the loss of a loved one, are grieving a relationship that has ended, or have experienced a significant transition that has left you questioning God's goodness, this is an opportunity to be encouraged and strengthened in the hope offered in Christ. 



2017 Short Term Trips


We're excited to see the mission of God spread beyond the four walls of Summit and into our community and world. And one of those ways is through our Short-term mission trips this year. To find out more about any of these trips, send us an email or fill out an application!

 Dominican Republic with Love Serves Int’l

Date: June 24 – July 1

Type of Trip:  Construction

Approx. Cost:  $1,300

Family Trip to Haiti with Mission of Hope

Date: July 15 – July 19

Type of Trip:  Construction/Outreach

Approx. Cost:  TBD

Haiti with Mission of Hope                                           

Date: October 21-28                                           

Type of Trip: Construction/Medical/Outreach             

Approx. Cost: $1,100

Puebla, Mexico with Living Hope International

Date:  Fall 2017

Type of Trip: Construction/Outreach

Approx. Cost:  $1,400



Women's Ministry - New Studies

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Our University Campus is launching a new study on Thursday, March 16th.

We will meet on Thursday mornings from 9:30am - 11:30am downstairs in the Multipurpose Room. 

We will begin a new 8 week series; All Things New, a workbook study on 2 CorinthiansOver 8 sessions, Kelly Minter will lead us through the letter of 2 Corinthians, exploring the anchoring truths of bearing treasures in jars of clay, meeting Christ through a pressing thorn, opening wide your heart in the midst of hurtful relationships, and what it means to embrace the lost and lonely as ministers of the new covenant.

Each of us has a message to proclaim and live by: Because of Jesus the old has gone, the new has come. Workbooks available at the study for $15.

Thank you for helping us prepare by registering for this study.

Also, childcare is available, but please make sure to register your child so we can plan a safe and loving environment.

For more information, please email Stephanie Neis at



IF:Gathering Simulcast


 IF:Gathering is a national women’s ministry that puts on a conference in Austin, TX and is simulcast to gatherings around the world. Their aim is to equip women within their local setting to live out what God has called them to.

We’ll be hosting sessions Friday, March 24th from 6:00pm-9:00pm and Saturday, March 25th from 10:00am-2:30pm at the Naples Multi-Purpose Facility, located at 2575 Northbrooke Plaza Drive, Building 300.

For more information, email Wendy Caudill at or sign up at



Worship Night

Sunday, March 5th, we're having a worship night at our UNV Campus at 6pm. Childcare for pre-school aged children is provided. Hope to see you there!


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Forum on Human Trafficking

We see it on the news and read about it on social media…the issue of human trafficking has become not just a growing concern but an unavoidable conversation. The state of Florida in general and this area of SWFL in particular is a geographical region that is especially affected with recent reports stating that human trafficking has increased by over 50% in the past year.

The growing statistics leave us all wondering what we can do? How can we help? What would it look like for the church to more actively and intentionally engage in the fight for the lives and protection of vulnerable people? How can the church lead the way in rescuing victims? What would it look like for the church in SWFL to rise up and not just make a dent in the industry, but eradicate it altogether? How can we strategically assist ministries that are already working hard to end this travesty?

Come join us at a Forum on February 26th as we discuss these kinds of questions. Find out what exactly trafficking is, what is being done to stop it, and how the church can engage in standing up against it.

We will have our ministry partners Wings of Shelter and Porchlight with us to educate, equip and present opportunities with which we can engage in as the church of Jesus.

Come and learn how we can lead the way in bringing Christ’s light and redemption to the darkness.



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Financial Peace Class

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We saw such great success from our last Financial Peace University class that we will be offering another class, beginning January 24th and held at our Gateway Campus.

We all need a plan for our money. Financial Peace University (FPU) teaches God's ways of handling money. This plan will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely and much more! 

If you are interested in this class, please visit this website to register:

For more information, please email Craig Leist at Childcare will be provided.



New Year's Day

Happy New Year! All of our Sunday services will take place as usual on January 1st. However, there will be NO Saturday night service at our University Campus on December 31st.



Go Love


At the start of every year, Summit Student Ministries goes away for a long weekend for intentional discipleship training. This retreat away from home has become known as GO/LOVE. With an emphasis on passionately pursuing God and growing relationally with their peers, the students who attend GO/LOVE this year will be challenged to live out a life that glorifies God.


Depart from our University Campus at 5pm on Friday, Jan. 13th (19601 Ben Hill Griffin Pkwy Ft. Myers 33913)

Travel by bus to Lake Placid Camp & Conference Center

Return to Summit Church 12pm Sunday, Jan. 15th

Cost $99

All meals are provided. Students do not need to bring extra money.


You might not think two nights away from home would be enough time for a teenager to be affected and moved to live a gospel-centered life. However, many of the students who attended in past years, have caught the vision and left GO/LOVE excited to share with their friends and family all that God had taught them.

GO/LOVE has become an exciting retreat that students look forward to each and every year. It’s a time where our middle and high school students can get away and unplug and seek the Father and His desire for their lives. GO/LOVE is a trip that comes and goes in the blink of an eye, but it stays with you for a lifetime.




Christmas Eve Services

We're excited to celebrate the arrival of Jesus our Savior with you on Christmas Eve! The times and locations of our services are as follows and childcare is provided.


When: 4pm and 5:45pm (arrive early as seating is limited)

Location: 19601 Ben Hill Griffin Parkway Fort Myers, FL 33912 (Next to FGCU)


When: 5pm 

Location: Barron Collier High School - 5600 Cougar Drive, Naples FL, 34109


When: 4pm and 5:45pm

Location: 12600 Corporate Lakes Drive, Suite 6, Fort Myers, FL 33913 (Next to Gartner)

* There will be no Sunday Services on Christmas Day. If you have any more questions give us a call at 239-947-7070



Fall Back

Don't forget to set your clocks back on Saturday night! (November 5th) Enjoy the extra rest!


Volunteer Appreciation Dinner Event


Volunteer Appreciation Dinner Event

We love all of the volunteers who serve so faithfully at Summit! And we want to show our appreciation by inviting you to a game-show themed, fun-filled evening of prizes, glamour and appreciation. Our staff will be participating in Summit Squares (i.e. Hollywood Squares) answering questions and poking a little fun at ourselves for your amusement. This event is for ALL volunteers in any ministry, at any campus. Don’t miss this fun night of fellowship! We can’t wait to show our appreciation to you for all you do to move the mission of God forward here at Summit Church.



Fri, November 18, 2016
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM


19601 Ben Hill Griffin Pkwy
Fort Myers, FL 33913



Every Child Initiative Worship Night

The Every Child Initiative worship night is a special service that we hold annually on Orphan Sunday. Each year we like to set this evening aside in order to worship God through celebrating Him and all of the work He has done, is doing, and will continue to do in the lives of vulnerable children through His faithful church body.

WHEN: Sunday, November 13th at 6pm

WHERE: University Campus

Childcare provided.

For more information please visit


Revive Us


Revive Us

The busyness and cares of life make it all to easy to lose sight of the plans and purposes of God. But if we open our eyes to see the activity of God in our lives, it causes us to remember how He has come through for us in the past. And as we see his activity and remember all he's done, we arm ourselves with the faith to believe that God will continue to come through on our behalf and for his glory. This is why we come together. To be reacquainted with the presence and purposes of God.

Join us for a time of reflection and refreshing as we see, remember and believe that God is ever present, ever faithful, always trustworthy. October 9th-12th, beginning at 6:30pm each night. Hosted by our University Campus.



Gospel Forum - The Gospel and Race

UPDATE: Here's the video of our first Forum.


Join us at 6pm on Sunday evening, September 18th at our University Campus for our first Gospel Forum.

The gospel is the good news of salvation and transformation. In the Bible, we read that “in Christ Jesus you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ” (Eph 2:13). This unparalleled truth is at the core of the gospel message.  We were alienated because of our sin, but God has overcome our hostility toward him and welcomed us in through the Savior, Jesus Christ.  This is the good news that we herald! The gospel truly does have the power to change everything. But do we know what this really means? Do we know how far the gospel reaches in addressing the brokenness of our lives and the world we live in?


Its because of questions like these, and many others, that we are putting into place a forum to come together so we can discuss and wrestle with gospel realities and how they speak to every facet of life, such as race, gender, class, etc.  The first of these forums will be on Sunday evening, September 18th and it will address the topic of the gospel and race.     

 In Revelation 5, we read that Christ is worthy of praise because “by [his] blood [he] ransomed people for God from every tribe and language and people and nation.”  The gospel tells us that we are the redeemed and diverse family of God.  It’s no secret, though, that racial tension still exists.  What many hoped was done has shown that it still seeps through the very contours of our nation.  Some have a blatant disregard and hatred toward different races.  Others have intentionally or unintentionally chosen to move on as if the issues are dealt with.  Some have made decisions that keep setting us back as a nation.  And some—probably most of us—just don’t know what to think, what to do, or what to say. 

 But as the church, we know the remedy for every ailment.  His name is Jesus and we represent him.  The truth is, though, that many in our community, and many in our church, feel marginalized.  And though we know that part of learning to do good is seeking justice and correcting oppression (Is. 1:16-20), the church has often been silent, allowing many to become disenchanted with the church’s lack of attention to this vital issue. 

We’re not naive.  We know that this conversation is filled with more landmines than we can see.  But we are a family.  And in Christ we are one.  So we are going to talk about it.  We are going to ask God to give us his heart.  We are going to cry together, repent where necessary, hug when needed.  And we are going to seek his direction, asking for a faith that steps forward in confidence, knowing that he who began a good work in us will carry it on to completion.    

 We hope you’ll join us at 6pm on Sunday evening, September 18th for this first gospel forum.  Charlie Mitchell from Epiphany Church Baltimore will be joining us to help navigate through the evening.  We don’t expect to walk out of that night with everything figured out, but we do trust that we’ll be able to leave that night stirred by the Holy Spirit, with some answers as well as practical gospel steps forward. 

Summit Church, thanks for being the type of church that cares about every man, woman, and child.  Lets continue to ask the Father to give us eyes to see what he is doing, ears to hear what he is saying, and hearts ready to respond to all of it.      



Marriage Class

You're invited to join us this Fall for a special marriage class as we study the book 'You and Me Forever' by Francis and Lisa Chan.

The class begins at 6:00pm on September 12th at our University Campus and childcare is provided. We will be meeting upstairs in the galleria and the study will be led by Kyle and Lisa Balcerzak. If you're interested in being a part, please sign up by clicking here.



New Semester - Monday School

Join us beginning Monday, September 12th from 6:00pm-8:00pm for a new semester of Monday School! This semester we'll be studying the scriptures together and we'd love to have you be a part. Each week will be different so you are free to join at any time during the semester. Monday School is being held at our University Campus in our Multi-purpose room (downstairs and childcare and dinner are provided.)

If you want to know more about Monday School or would like to sign up, please visit our sign up page by clicking here.