Bear one another’s burdens,
and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.
— Galatians 6:2

Emergency Food and Clothing Pantry
The Epiphany Pantry works in partnership with social agencies, churches, and schools to provide food, clothing and household items to more than 5,000 people annually in the Miami Valley. If you are experiencing difficulty, please contact your pastor, social worker, or guidance counselor, who will in turn contact Epiphany directly.  
Help with Christmas 
Epiphany’s Adopt-A-Family Ministry works in partnership with social agencies and schools to help many area families with Christmas. Social agencies are contacted late September to early October. If you are experiencing difficulty, please contact your social worker or guidance counselor, who may in turn seek Christmas assistance from Epiphany and/or other organizations.  
Epiphany-Sponsored Support Groups
On an as-needed basis, Epiphany develops caring support groups for those grieving the loss of a loved one, experiencing divorce or job loss, or facing a serious illness like cancer or ALS.

If you have a particular support group need, please contact Jennifer Henderson. 
Support Groups Hosted at Epiphany
Epiphany also has a long history of hosting various 12-step and support groups. While these groups are not formally a part of the ministries of our congregation, we value serving others by offering a place for them to meet.
Co-Dependents Anonymous is a program of recovery from codependence in relationships with others.
Sundays, 7 PM
Far Hills Campus, Room 14
Al-Anon is a support group for family members and friends of problem drinkers. Two different sessions are offered at Epiphany.
Thursdays, 7:30 PM, Far Hills Campus, Room 10
Sex Addicts Anonymous is a group of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so they may overcome their sexual addiction and help others recover from sexual addiction or dependency.
Sundays, 7 PM
Far Hills Campus, Room 13
Alcoholics Anonymous® and Debtors Anonymous have not yet returned to meeting in person at Epiphany.
Does Your Prayer Life Need a Jump Start?
Consider These Prayer Tips:
1. Set aside quiet time to pray, maybe just a few minutes.
2. Begin by quieting your thoughts.
3. Talk to God. Have a conversation; it doesn’t have to be eloquent and flowery. Let God know how your day is going, ask for help, offer thanks, pause along the way to hear what God has to say to you.
4. Pray the Bible.  Read a few verses slowly and prayerfully, the Psalms are great for this. When we don’t know what to pray, the Bible can speak for us.
5. If being quiet doesn’t work, talk out loud or write out your prayers. Prayer journals can be great tools that then become prayer timelines where you can see how God has worked in your life.