Epic Church is committed to building local partnerships and serving those within our area. Please take a moment to read about the ways Epic Church is Living In + Living Out God's Love in our community.
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We're continuing to partner with our community as we seek to Live In + Live Out God's Love. We've created a team that will be available to respond as needs arise in our community. We will contact you as needs arise.
SPRING BREAK FOOD BOXES
Spring Break can be a difficult time for low-income families who would typically receive free and/or reduced breakfast and lunch for their children at school. Epic partners with local schools to provide food boxes to help meet the families' needs during this time.
"KEEP MISHAWAKA BEAUTIFUL"
Epic partners with Mishawaka Parks and Recreation volunteering our time and resources in an effort to keep Central Park beautiful.
EPIC SPORTS CAMP
Each summer, Epic hosts a sports camp for children ages 4-12. Participants from the church and surrounding communities come together to learn about sports and grow closer to Jesus. We will be hosting camp June 14-18, 2021, so mark your calendars! Registration opens April 18, 2021.
SUMMER OF SERVICE (S.O.S.)
Each summer, Epic joins with local partnerships to complete service projects throughout the community. Epic has two different ways for people to get involved: Summer Outreach Project and S.O.S. Sunday.
During the Christmas season, Epic Church reaches out to the community to find out the best way to serve those in need. In the past, we've helped by packing up to 1,000 food boxes, donating clothing and winter gear, writing letters of encouragement, and providing Christmas gifts for local families.
Each Thanksgiving, the Epic church family works together to provide, pack, and deliver food boxes to those in need from our community partnerships and local schools.