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Fill out a Connect Card
We want to connect with you! If you’re new, want to learn more about Epikos, or want to share a prayer request with us, fill out a Connect Card!
Step into Serving
God has bestowed all of us with gifts and talents to help build His Kingdom here on Earth. At Epikos, there are volunteer positions available that will be a perfect fit for you!
At Epikos, we believe generosity is prompted by God—not by shame, guilt, or manipulation. We offer an open invitation to give, whenever and whatever you can, based on where you are in your faith journey.
Interested in becoming a Small Group leader?
Whether you love opening your home to people, helping connect others in community, fostering dynamic and impactful discussions around God’s word, or simply feel Jesus asking you to take the next step in your discipleship with him, leading a Small Group might be for you!
Follow along with the weekly message series at Epikos Church. The Revealing a New City Study Guide will help digest the sermon and scripture each week. You can purchase a copy for $5 online or in-person at any of our campuses.
If you’re newer to Epikos, or have been around a while but have never gone to a First Step meeting, we invite you to join us for a quick 20 minute First Step meeting right after service. You’ll get to meet your campus pastor, learn more about the history of Epikos, and have an opportunity to talk about your Next Steps. No registration required just show up!
Find Your Community
Birth–5th Grade | At Epikos Kids, our goal is to partner with families to help their kids know and love Jesus. Our staff and volunteers are trustworthy and compassionate—and they’re all about creating a safe, welcoming, and faith-focused environment.
6th–12th Grade | At Epikos Students, we’re committed to helping preteens and teens figure out how to fuse faith with their everyday lives. Through intentional study of God’s Word, face-to-face discussions, and a whole lot of fun, we help students discover a real and relevant faith.
Studying God’s Word or hearing it on Sunday mornings is one thing. Trying to figure out how to live it out is an entirely different thing— especially if you’re trying to do it on your own.
Are you living on mission?
God invites us to join him in his mission to redeem and restore the world by seeing his kingdom advance to its fullness.
If you’d like to talk with someone about what the calling to live on mission looks like in your life, our Campus Pastors are happy to walk alongside you on that journey.
East Side Campus Pastor
Mayfair Road Campus Pastor
Sherman Park Campus Pastor
West Allis Campus Pastor
Request Pastoral Care or Biblical Counseling
If you’re struggling and you’re a part of our church family, we want to help you get the care that you need. If you’re sensing a need to receive some sort of care, on whatever level, we’re here to help determine what it is you need. We offer a number of different options and welcome you to fill out a Care Request Form to get started.
Baptism is your opportunity to publicly declare your faith and commitment to following Jesus.
Be Purposeful in Prayer
Prayer is an essential spiritual practice that helps to strengthen and deepen our relationship with God. When we pray, our goal is to listen and speak with God about his will for our lives. Prayer can be a defined time or ongoing conversation throughout the day. Linked below are a few added resources about prayer that you can explore.
Prayer for Beginners – article by Desiring God
What Difference Will Prayer Make? – article by Desiring God
What Should We Pray For? – article by Desiring God
How To Pray To God When You Don’t Feel Like Praying! – video by Allen Parr
How can I improve my prayer life? – video by Southern Seminary
Spiritual Warfare & Bible Reading
Ephesians ends with a dramatic call to action. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil. (Ephesians 6:11, ESV) Frank’s message brought up themes of spiritual warfare and reading your bible. Linked below are several books, articles, and videos to help you go deep in your study.
Take a deeper dive into Ephesians
Pastor Frank preached on the first part of the book of Ephesians and touched on what it means to be saved by grace. The heart of Ephesians is the gospel—God raising sinners from death to life. In doing so, he turns us to be his masterpiece for good works. For more resources on some of the topics found in Ephesians check out our blog post by clicking the button below.
Resources on Speaking in Tongues
Pastor Anthony preached from 1 Corinthians and focused primarily on the place of Love for the believer. However, he mentioned briefly about speaking in tongues. Here are some resources to help you dig deeper into that topic.
Overview of 1 Corinthians – Bible Project
Are Tongues A Private Prayer Language? (A study of 1 Corinthians 14)
What is the gift of tongues? Is speaking in tongues the Baptism of the Holy Spirit? – Dr. Thomas Schreiner (Southern Seminary)
What is Speaking in Tongues – John Piper
Must I Speak In Tongues In Order to Be Saved? – Desiring God
The Truth About the Gift of Speaking in Tongues
Resources for Galatians
Pastor Frank Gil has gathered a list of resources that delve a little deeper into the topics of Old Testament law, legalism, and licentiousness.
Biblical Qualifications for Elders
In the New Testament books of 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus, we see the qualifications for church eldership laid out very clearly. In his sermon on 1 & 2 Timothy, Andrew Royer, a guest preacher from Ethnos 360 said that what must be true for the elder should be true for every believer. You can download that handout below!
Overcoming Fear & Anxiety
Fear and anxiety can be powerful forces that disrupt our ability to experience full and lasting joy. But we are not without hope. The Biblical Counseling Center has written an excellent resource with a month’s worth of special assignments to help overcome fear and anxiety. Download a copy of the worksheet below!
“Three Helpful Steps For Reading The Epistles”
The Bible Project has written an insightful article that details three helpful steps for us as modern readers to glean a greater understanding of the many deep layers of context the original authors (the apostles) wrote in their New Testament letters. You can check it out by clicking the button below.
Garden City by John Mark Comer
You’ve heard people say “Who you are matters more than what you do”. Does the Bible really teach that?
In Garden City, popular pastor and speaker John Mark Comer gives a fresh take on our calling and our purpose, with a surprisingly counter-culture take. Through his creative and conversational style, Comer takes a good look at Genesis and the story of a man, a woman, and a garden. He unpacks God’s creation and his original intent for how we are meant to spend our time. Here, you’ll find answers to questions like “Does God care where I work?” “What about what I do with my free time or how much rest I get?” “Does he have a clear direction for me?”
New Testament Reliability
In the article 10 Things you Should Know about the Reliability of the New Testament Writers, Crossway Publishing unpacks ten reasons why we can trust the written testimony of the apostles found in the New Testament.
Have a question?
Can’t find what you’re looking for? We’d be happy to answer any questions you might have about Epikos!