Completely immune to change
As far as we know so far (which does not say much), the basic rules of our universe are immune to change. I.e., the concrete numbers which make up our fabric. Things like the relationship between the masses, charges, spins of the particles we know about; light speed and so on. But we do have theories which in theory (sic) could change this...
Plenty of static except for very catastrophic events
All atoms are, when viewed individually, static except for catastrophic events.
Take any old lump of rock flying through space, on a benign route through relatively unpopulated areas (which, since space is BIG, is pretty much all rocks, everywhere). Not only rocks, but everything that is not an active sun or a black hole, i.e., planets, moons etc.
Yes, eventually something bad may be happening to that rock as a whole, it may fall into a star and, depending on the nature of the star and the material of the lump-of-rock, become part of some fusion process. But unless you take this case, which in the grand scale of things should be of absurdly low probability, or take at the least an absurdly large amount of time, the individual (non-radioactive) atoms in that lump of rock will never change in the slightest.
Certainly the body itself will be re-arranged once in a while, i.e. when it hits another rock; and if it should crash into a moon, planet or star they will be pretty severely re-arranged. But other than fusion or black holes there is just no process that will change (non-radioactive) atoms. They will always have the same charge, number of protons, quark buildup etc.; they might lose or gain an electron or neutron here or there but those are part of the "dynamic" scope of atoms anyways, and that's part of life, not a fundamental change.
The problem is more a psychological one. We just hear about black holes, supernovae, Big Bang, anti-matter, Big Rip etc. all the time because that's simply more interesting. But compared to everything else there is in the universe, those "big" events make up an incredibly small fraction, and the vast majority of things should live a long, happy life of utter boredom and non-change.