Compassion Kids

It all starts with us!

Raising up the next generation.

At Compassion our kids (infant through 5th grade) experience safe, clean, & fun environments where they learn about Jesus in a creative and relevant way.

Sundays 9:30AM and 11:00AM
Wednesday Nights Awana 6:00PM-7:30PM


Newborn-2 years old

Our nursery is staffed with caring adults who provide a safe and secure environment for your child. We want you to feel confident in leaving your baby in the care of our team, so we make sure that we create the best environment. Our amazing volunteers are dedicated to caring and praying for your child while they’re in our care and have met required background standards.


2-3 years old

You can be assured your toddler is having a blast in their classroom. Toddlers love to be interactive, so our Kids team strives to keep it fun and creative while learning biblical lessons. Each toddler classroom is staffed with volunteers, all of whom have met required background standards.


4-6 years old

Our goal for your preschooler is to help them understand the importance of having a relationship with Jesus and with others. We present biblical lessons and materials each with along with interactive crafts so they’re having fun and learning. Each pre-k classroom is staffed with volunteers, all of whom have met required background standards.


1st-5th grade

For our older Compassion Kids, we break down service is two ways. The first is large group where we worship, have a biblical lesson, and play fun games and activities. Then we move into small groups where your child is partnered with one of our small group leaders and other kids their age for a time of discussion about the lesson and prayer. You can be confident that your child is well-cared for and having a great time learning about God while you are in service.

Your First Visit

Here’s what to expect when visiting Compassion Kids for the first time: First, find the area marked for first-time families. There we will meet your family, check your child, and then one of our volunteers will lead your child to their age-appropriate room.

Upon checking in for the first time, we will ask for the following personal information (NOTE: We value your privacy and will not share this information with anyone):

  • ​Parent/guardian name(s)
  • Child’s name
  • Child’s birthdate
  • Home address
  • Phone number
  • Any special instructions (allergies, special needs) for your children

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How Check-in Works

Before Service: You can check in your child at any available kiosk. After finding your child’s name in the database, you and your child will be given matching name tags that are exclusive to your family and your visit. Your child will need to wear the name tag portion while you hold on to the matching tag.

After Service: After the service is complete, you will return to your child’s room and show your tag in order for your child to be released back to you.

During Service: In the event that we need to contact you during the service, your child’s identification code will appear on the screen. We ask that you exit the auditorium immediately and look for a staff member or volunteer who will direct you to your child’s room.

Tasha Segrest

Meet Our Kids Pastor

Tasha Segrest

Tasha Segrest and her husband Ben met at Compassion church and have been married for 3 years. Tasha  has served in multiple roles with admissions and administration for other organization but in 2021 she started  feeling a promoting to step into ministry and last year that promoting became a reality for Tasha when he  was hired as the Kids Pastor. has been attending Compassion for 5 years and in 2021 she was hired as the  Kids Pastor. Her favorite part about ministry is making a difference in kids lives by bringing the joy. The smile  on their faces says it all.  

What you might not know about Tasha: She has 3 amazing kids (Jason, Kason, and Kentleigh), loves to  travel, has a sand collection, and she can’t swim even though she thought about being a Marine Biologist.  

Quote: “There’s no such thing as a bad kid.”

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