If you need assistance, please call your campus care line. If you do not attend a campus, please contact the campus located closest to you.
Let's face it. Sometimes life is just plain hard. The Compass Church is here to help and support you through challenging times in your life. Our campus staff are available to provide prayer, emotional support, spiritual counseling and financial assistance. We can provide additional support through specialty groups, workshops & seminars, outside referrals, counseling and other resources.
If you are a Christian parent of a child living or considering an "alternative lifestyle" you may feel alone. You may think that no one else could understand, but...you are not alone. "Always our Children" is a support group for parents who are walking this same journey. The group is an opportunity for parents to listen to each other's stories, talk with each other, cry with each other, laugh with each other, and pray for one another. The common bond is a desire to love their children and stay true to their Christian faith. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
No registration required.
Second Sunday of the Month 4-5p
Wheaton Campus | East Entrance (Tent)
Hope, Help and Healing are on the way!
Care Night has begun at our Naperville (Hobson) Campus. Come be a part of live worship, encouraging teaching, and then connect in a confidential and safe men's or women's small group.
Weekly Thu 7-8:30pNaperville Campus | Rooms S101/S102
For more information about breakout sessions, click HERE.
Coming in January - Financial Peace University!
Financial Peace University is a 9-week class that covers how to pay off debt, build your savings, invest for the future, plan for retirement, and give generously.
For more information, click HERE.
A Christ-centered recovery program designed to help those struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups. The program provides a non-judgmental fellowship for support, where each member is accepted and affirmed. Enter through Door 18. No registration required.
Weekly Tue 7-9:30p (7p Worship & Teaching | 8p Small Groups)
Naperville Campus | Rooms S102, M101, M103
CURRENTLY MEETING ONLINE. A friendly, caring group for individuals going through one of life's most difficult experiences. Cost: $20 for a workbook. Register HERE. Scholarships available.
A special session called "Surviving the Holidays" will take place on November 17.
Sep 15 - Dec 22, 2020 (No class Nov 24)
Weekly Tue 7-9p
Naperville Campus | Online Meetings
CURRENTLY POSTPONED. Contact email@example.com for more information.
A support group for parents of children who have been or are living with mental health issues. Led by a Christian therapist, the group provides resources and tools for coming along side your child, and is a place to find support and encouragement. Childcare available $5 per child/session with advanced notice to firstname.lastname@example.org.
4th Wed of Month 7-8p
Wheaton Campus | Room 205
An educational support group for adult family members (18+) who have loved ones (18+) with a mental illness. For more information or to register, contact email@example.com.
Sep 22-Nov 10, 2020
Weekly Tue 7-9:30p
Naperville Campus | Room S101
CURRENTLY POSTPONED. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This group is designed to support and educate the entire family. Childcare and dinner provided.
1st Tue of Month 5:30-7:30p
Naperville Campus | Family Room
The Compass Church wants to walk alongside you through the process of grieving a loved one by offering a GriefShare support group. In this 13-week group, you will experience a friendly, caring group of people who have experienced or are experiencing grief. You are not alone. Please join us.
Masks will be required and due to social distancing guidelines and room capacity, the group will be limited to 10 participants.
Cost $15. Register HERE. Childcare available for an additional fee. Scholarships also available. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Weekly Thursday 7-8:30p
Naperville Campus | Family Room
The PATH Group is a Christ-centered networking and job search support group created to assist and enable the unemployed, underemployed and mis-employed. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for virtual meetings.
2nd/4th Tue Monthly 7-8:30p
Naperville Campus | Virtual Meetings
The Compass Church Assistance Fund exists to assist members and regular attenders facing an emergency financial crisis. It also supports local organizations providing assistance in our community. The fund is managed by the Assistance Team who is appointed by and serves under the guidance of the Elder Board. Applications for Assistance are available at Compass Central or the main office at each campus.
Getting Married? Congratulations! Email us for more information on a pastor being a part of your ceremony or to inquire about having your ceremony at the church. You can also download both our Wedding Guidelines and Application to learn more about next steps.
We are sorry for your loss and know that The Compass wants to walk along-side you and your family during the difficult journey of a death. Our Campus staff can help with prayer, with funerals or other needs you may experience.
Along with our existing care ministry information, we have compiled an additional list of helpful resources provided by outside organizations.
Self-awareness is key to discovering how God wired you up, what makes you tick, and what ticks you off so that you can pay attention to what’s going on internally and allow the Holy Spirit to speak into it. The Enneagram is a tool that “helps us see core fears, motivations, desires, strengths, blind spots, stressors, and sins that most often trip us up. When used in Christian contexts, it shows us aspects of God’s character and connects us more closely to the truth that we are made in his image and meant to reflect him in the world.”
Uncertainty, job loss, and increased stress can breed anxiety, tension, anger, and reactivity in everyone!
Check out these two sites for some great messages that speak directly to what you and members of your family are REALLY going through.
KNOWING WHERE TO GO WHEN YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE FIND YOURSELVES AT ODDS WITH EACH OTHER
Couples are home together all day for, perhaps, the
first time ever, and you’re finding you can no longer
ignore those slightly annoying habits of your
spouse! The truth is, this extra time together may
be a great opportunity for you to get into the
nitty gritty of some marriage-transforming
conversations. Here a several online tools to help you
talk about everything from sex to security.
The marriage ministry at Gateway Church in Dallas
has released the following resource for couples under