The mission of Compass Evangelical Free Church is to surrender to God, connect with one another, and proclaim the truth of Christ.Learn More
Worship is the reverent love and allegiance we as Christians accord Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior; it is the praise of God and the edification of His people. Here at Compass Church, we express this love and allegiance in a variety of ways, including prayer, being still before our God, instrumental music, voices raised in joyful celebration and honor, corporate scripture reading, and expository teaching from the pulpit.Times and Location
Have you ever wanted to be in the place where everyone knows your name, family background, spiritual history, and present family? Well, small groups are for you; they are the places where we focus on sharing our lives with one another. We have several formats and times...Join A Small Group
We are building a team of disciples to go and serve in Tegucigalpa, Honduras in January, 2017. This Compass EFC sponsored SERVE Team mission trip will be providing medical care, dental care, optical care, pharmaceuticals, evangelism and concrete floors. The most important thing we bring is the GOSPEL.Learn more
The Fall session of Women In the Word Bible Studies will be revving up again on Thursdays in September!
Starting September 12, from 9:30-11:15 am, we’ll be studying John: That You May Believe, by Kathleen Buswell Nielson.
Starting September 19, from 6:30-8:00 pm, we’ll be studying The Wisdom of God: Seeing Jesus in the Psalms and Wisdom Literature by Nancy Guthrie.
In addition to Bible study and discipleship groups, Compass Church has two groups which function both as missions, outreach, and fellowship:
Piecemakers meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 9:00am. They make crafts which they sell, the proceeds of which go to fund TouchGlobal Ministries. They also make dresses for orphans in the Congo and layette sets for use at Tandala Hospital.
The Threaded Hearts Quilters (click on title for link to Threaded Hearts web page) meet each Tuesday during the school year, from 11:30am to 3:00pm. They begin with prayer followed by a potluck luncheon, quilting instruction, and then piecing quilt tops. They focus on intergenerational fellowship while they make love quilts for those in the Compass Church body who are struggling with hardship, illness, the death of a loved one, or perhaps to honor someone who has long served at Compass Church.
All groups enjoy great fellowship and learn new skills. All groups are open to women in the community.
If you would like to sample any of these opportunities and want more information, please contact the church office (445-7206).