Local Outreach

Jeff Murphy helps someone in need at PCN’s Care Center

Piqua Compassion Network (PCN) is a local network of help for those who are crisis or who want to overcome poverty. PCN focuses “people and financial resources” in two kinds of ways to help those in need:

Basic Needs helps those who are in crisis with legitimate social, physical and spiritual needs. Getting Ahead steps alongside families from generational poverty who desire a lasting move into a sustainable lifestyle through extended teaching and mentoring.

To get involved with this local mission or for more information about how you can be involved in lifting up the community of Piqua please call Ann Hoover, the Executive Director of PCN at 778-8856 or Pastor Andy at 778-8822 or visit www.pcncares.org.




Compassionate Care of Shelby County

Compassionate Care of Shelby County is a faith-based clinic that provides health care services to uninsured and under-insured residents of Shelby County, OH. Their clinic is staffed with licensed professionals who volunteer their time to support the health of the community. Patients of Compassionate Care are treated with respect and can expect to receive high-quality health care services.

Compassionate Care is all about helping others and  welcome volunteers who share their passion for making a difference in the health and well-being of their friends and neighbors. If you would like more information on becoming a volunteer, please contact them at 937-492-9400 ext.102 or visit www.ccsccares.org.

Preparing a meal to serve at the Bethany Center.

The Bethany Center provides nourishing meals and comfort to those whose extenuating circumstances have left them unemployed, on welfare and/or social security disability.

Individuals who are willing to donate non-perishable food items, clothing and/or volunteer their services to the Bethany Center are asked to call Wilma Earls or Kathy Large at 615-9762.