We are moving to Mason!

The Compass Church is excited to announce our move to Mason! As we settle in on a permanent location here are the times and locations of our upcoming worship services. We hope to see you there! July Sunday – July 1 – 10 AM – Final meeting Downtown Saturday –...

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Save the Date – Sunday, July 1 @ 10 am!

On Sunday, July 1, the Compass Church will meet for worship for the final time at our downtown Lansing Location. Please save the date and plan to worship with us on Sunday @ 10 am (in place of the regular Saturday night worship time). Following the service plan to enjoy...

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Gospel Faithfulness: 1 John 2:18-24

What does it mean to be remain faithful to the message of the Gospel? Is there such a thing as an “antichrist?” What is crucial to saving faith…and what elements are open to discussion and debate? What about those who believe differently about the nature of Jesus and His resurrection?...

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Celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ!

“Then the other disciple, who had reached the tomb first, also went in, and he saw and believed; for as yet they did not understand the Scripture, that he must rise from the dead.” John 20:8-9 Tonight we will revisit the resurrection story through the eyewitness account of the Apostle...

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enlightening the darkness

What does it mean to worship a God who is light? Are we to believe that God is something like the sun? Is God some impersonal cosmic power like The Force? Is He even approachable? This is the message we have heard from him and proclaim to you, that God...

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en-fleshed / assurance

What are the implications of worshipping a God who chose to enflesh Himself? The incarnation of Jesus means that our bodily struggles (depression, anger, loneliness, anxiety, pain, disease, sex/gender confusion, lust, body issues with weight gain/loss or beauty, and every other imaginable issue of our mortal existence) find meaning in...

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