At The Compass Church, we LOVE kids! We've designed a fun, engaging, and faith-forming environment just for them! Children, infants through 5th grade, will experience God's truth and love at our three identical services every weekend. We want kids to be so excited about the lessons and friendships here that they actually drag you to church!
All of our classrooms teach the Bible in chronological order each year so children can clearly see God's big plan of redemption through every story. Everything we do is intended to help your child’s faith grow. We are using The Gospel Project curriculum from LifeWay. Not only will kids encounter the gospel in every lesson, but they are immersed in the foundations of the Christian faith.
We walk through every story from Genesis through Revelation in a three-year rotation. Of course we jump ahead to the Christmas and Easter stories during those seasons. The goal is for children to understand that the Bible is not just a collection of stories, but God’s unified love story with people. His great love is demonstrated most clearly through Jesus who was sent to rescue us through the cross.
All CompassKids volunteers in the classrooms must clearly display their badge when volunteering in our program. All volunteers are required to complete the following before they are able to serve with CompassKids:
• State background check.
• Two approved reference checks.
• Volunteer training on our mission, vision, and values, as well as our policies and procedures.
• Read through our CompassKids Team Member Handbook and sign a covenant agreeing to follow all guidelines and expectations.
• Read through our Protection Training Manual and sign a covenant agreeing to abide by all safety policies.
Our CompassKids volunteer team is carefully screened. In addition, we have a Never Alone Policy that is strictly enforced. No one in our ministry is ever alone with children. We also have video cameras installed in every classroom so that we can keep eyes on your children at all times.
Our volunteer team realizes that they are expected to be a
good role model for all children. The goal is to develop healthy friendships where children see a living example of someone who teaches them about Jesus and also is living out the Christian faith.