Leading students to Jesus, Connecting students to each other
Compassion strives to be the place where students, (6th-12th grade), want to come.
A place where they are connected with other students, connected to a Small Group Mentor, and most importantly connected to Jesus. We don’t take the time we have together lightly. We’re reaching the next generation!
Wednesdays 6:30PM, Doors 5:30PM
We break down service is two ways. The first is large group where we play ice breaker games, have a time of worship, and hear a biblical teaching from our Student Pastor or Special Guest. Then we move into small groups where your student is partnered with one of our small group leaders and other students their age for a time of discussion about the teaching and prayer.
Jr. High Girls (6th, 7th, 8th grade)
Jr. High Boys (6th, 7th, 8th grade)
High School Girls (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th grade)
High School Boys (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th grade)
Your First Visit
Here’s what to expect when visiting Compassion Students for the first time:
First, look for our Compassion Students VIP banner. That’s you! You’re a VIP. One of our student leaders will meet you there and get you connected. It won’t take long to meet other students before we start large group and then break into small groups. We believe that the most important time during our service is when we break into small groups. Why? You get the opportunity to connect with other students in your grade, grow deeper in your relationship with Jesus through discussion and being connected to a Small Group Mentor.
Meet Our Student Pastor
Zach Grace has been attending Compassion Church for 3 years. God crossed his path with Compassion through the Hope Center and now serves as the Student Pastor. “Coming from where I come from, and God allowing me to minister to people is overwhelming.” Zach’s favorite part of student ministry is demonstrating and communicating God’s word in a new age way. Originally from Nashville, TN, Zach not only serves with Compassion, but he’s also a Recovery Coordinator with the Hope Center.
What you might now know about Zach: He’s married his beautiful wife, Layne and they have an awesome son named Lincoln, and he’s ambidextrous.
Quote: “I never pray more than 20 minutes, but I never go more than 20 minutes without praying.”
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