Eve Center Cincinnati Site Manager – Amy Longfellow


Amy serves as the Cincinnati Site Manager in Silverton. Amy
began her relationship with the Eve Center as a volunteer peer counselor
in 2013. She truly found her niche as a volunteer in 2014 as she began
her involvement with the Eve Center Recovery group- HATCH (Healing
Abuse Through Christ’s Help). At that time, Amy was working as a
pharmacist and volunteering as a facilitator with the HATCH group.
In May of 2019, Amy decided to retire from her pharmacy career and
pursue a deepening of her call to ministry by pursuing a lifelong dream
of attending seminary. In the fall of 2021, Amy entered United
Theological Seminary in Trotwood, Ohio and will obtain a Masters of
Ministry degree in summer of 2023.
Amy is married to her high school sweetheart, Rob. Amy and Rob have
two beautiful adult daughters, Emma and Annalise, and a dog named,
Jazzy. In her spare time, Amy enjoys hiking, playing tennis, public
speaking with Toastmasters and spending time enjoying her family.
Amy is delighted to be working with the amazing staff, volunteers and
clients of Eve Center. Amy believes the beauty of the love of God is
exemplified by the way Jesus laid down his life to save us. Amy sees
the way Eve Center volunteers serve women in need as a beautiful
extension of the ministry of Jesus to serve others with their lives.
“Women are juggling so many responsibilities and relationally
supporting spouses, children, even aging parents and they often forget to
take care of themselves until some sort of alarm bell sounds. My hope is
that hurting, tired, and worn-out women would find the Eve Center and
through our services begin to experience the words of Jesus ‘Come to
me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take
my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in
heart, and you will find rest for your souls.” Matthew 11:28