One Church. Four Campuses.
The Compass Church has campuses in four locations in the Western suburbs.
2244 W. 95th Street
Naperville, IL 60564
Sun 9:30 or 11:00aDetails Events
151 E. Briarcliff Road
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Sun 10:30aDetails Events
1551 E. Hobson Road
Naperville, IL 60540
Sat 5:00p, Sun 9:15 or 11:15aDetails Events
Get to Know Us!
Meet Pastor Jeff Griffin and learn about the heart of our church to become a community of life transformation taking the hope of the gospel here, near and far.
Connect @ The Compass Church
Each of our campuses has opportunities for people of all ages to connect and build community.
Oct 30 • 12-1p
Membership in The Compass Church is open to anyone who professes faith in Jesus Christ as Savior, who is in agreement with the doctrinal statement of the Evangelical Free Church of America, and whose character and conduct are consistent with this profession.
Membership enables you to be a voting participant in decisions at congregational meetings. The first step is to pick up a Membership packet at Compass Central. All campuses invited to attend.
Nov 5 • 6:30-8p
“Navigating the Chaos” How to balance schedules, social media and activities while still maintaining quality time with your spouse (and family). Are we connecting with each other or just more stuff?
Part of a series of seminars led by Grant and Jen Stenzel (therapists and founders of Stenzel Clinical Services), focused on enriching marriages for engaged and married couples of all ages. Cost: $10 per person. Registration Required.
Childcare available through registration:
$5 per child/session.
Nov 6 • 3:30-5p
The past decade has caused many Christians to have 'buyer's remorse' about politics. Christian discipleship compels us to be witnesses to the greatest news of all; what path do we take when it comes to puzzle of politics?
Dr. Vincent Bacote will speak on his recent book, The Political Disciple followed by a guided discussion on questions such as ‘does attention to politics lead us astray from our mission as Christians?’, 'how do our beliefs help us to understand our place and purpose in society?', ‘how might we love God and others more in our polarized climate?' and questions from the audience. This timely event is an opportunity for us to consider new ways to think about the Christian relationship to politics in time when despair and cynicism are great temptations. The event will close out with a concert of prayer, in preparation for the upcoming election.