The Compass Church believes in leveraging our lives for the broken, forgotten, and oppressed. Here are some of the ways we are seeking to bring hope, advocate for Biblical justice, and care for those in need…

Mason Food Bank

Each year from Thanksgiving to Christmas we collect Food and cash donations to “Stock the Food Bank” at our weekly worship services. We donate the food and monies to this local group who “serves the Mason community by providing food, healthcare products, household items, and toiletries for individuals and families who have temporarily come into financial hardship and need assistance.”

Pregnancy Services of Greater Lansing

Because the Compass Church believes life is precious “from the womb to the tomb,” we partner with local agencies who seek to serve mothers, fathers, and children who may find themselves facing an unexpected pregnancy, in need of assistance with formula, diapers, and healthy parenting skills, and in need of spiritual assistance. Pregnancy Services of Greater Lansing offers many services, all free of charge.

Contact them if you are interested in…

  • Pregnancy tests and options counseling
  • Ultrasounds
  • Abortion information
  • Abortion recovery help and support
  • Adoption packets
  • Parenting support
  • Childbirth class referrals

Lansing Christian Services

The people of the Greater Lansing Community face difficulties of many kinds, whether it be financial, social, or spiritual. However, because the need is often so great churches need assistance in caring for and meeting needs in the best way possible. Our friends and Lansing Christians Services connect all of the local churches together in a network to serve our community.

Christian Services serves the church by

  • Providing church leadership with tools to mobilize church members in serving others
  • Identifying ministry opportunities for churches to address
  • Assisting churches as they start new ministries by providing support, coordination and training
  • Offering churches the opportunity to avoid duplication of services and ensure benevolence funds are used as effectively as possible to assist people in need
  • Being a central location where the needs of the poor can be heard, verified and referred to churches with appropriate resources
  • Expanding the effectiveness of a church’s ministry by linking it with resources of other existing church resources and ministries
  • Advocating on behalf of local churches with local governments, agencies and charities to ensure that they are seen as an integral part in a meeting needs in our community