JOIN US FOR HALLOWEEN 2021
The Block Party is THE BIGGEST party in town.
If you’re looking for a fun, safe and memorable environment, you will not want to miss our annual Halloween Block Party! Join us at Compass Church on Sunday, October 31st from 6-9pm for a night of food trucks, inflatables, laser tag, a train ride, and so much more. With over 50 trunks for trick-or-treating, you won’t miss out on any Halloween candy. Kids of all ages are welcome here, as we have something for the whole family to enjoy. Join us and thousands of others for this free event on Halloween night!
RSVP to enter a chance to win a $150 Amazon giftcard by texting “RSVP” to (623) 400-1615. Winners will be announced by the DJ on Halloween night at 7:30pm, 8:30pm & 9:30pm.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Why do you, as a church, host a Halloween party?
A: Good question! We do this because we care about the families in our community. We know that nearly everyone is out trick-or-treating, and it is difficult at times to know that your kids are going to be given candy that is safe, or that they will not be spooked by someone who is out trying to cause trouble. So, what better time for a church to come together to make a fun, safe, family-oriented event for families to create memories at?
Q: How much does the event cost?
A: This event is FREE! This fun, safe, family-oriented Halloween event is our gift to our community.
Q: What does parking look like?
A: Over the years this event has become pretty well known and tends to draw people by the thousands. Although we have parking available for hundreds of cars, at the busiest time (7:00-8:30pm) of the night our parking lot tends to fill up. So please plan to come with plenty of time to find a parking spot. We have two large parking lots on the east and west side of our campus.
Q: Is the event something my toddler can go to and participate in?
A: Yes! We have four experiences for toddlers. 1) Trunk Row where kids of all ages can trick-or-treat at over 50 different decorated car trunks. 2) An inflatable designed and reserved for toddler aged kiddos. 3) A petting zoo with bunnies, goats, tortoises, and a mini horse. 4) A 5-minute train ride! Kiddos of all ages can board our Block Party express for a safe and fun ride around the norther part of our campus.
Q: Is the event something my high schooler would be interested in?
A: Yes! We have experiences for all high school and middle school aged students. 1) Black Light Laser tag will take place in our main auditorium. 2) Trunk Row where kids/students of all ages can trick-or-treat at over 50 different decorated car trunks. 3) We have hired a professional DJ who will play music, host flash dances, & announce giveaways. 4) FOOD! We have 5 food trucks serving everything from sweet drinks and shaved ice, to hot & fresh food for purchase!
Q: Will my kids get a good amount of candy if they chose to go to this event instead of trick-or-treating?
A: Yes! There will be 50 or so trunks in our “Trunk Row” passing out candy to whoever stops by! It is difficult to stop at 50 houses in one night when walking through neighborhoods. The candy collection at our Block Party should not disappoint!
Q: Will there be anything at the HBP that will scare my kids?
A: Our event is designed to be family friendly. Everything that we are doing is specifically designed not to be very scary. That said, obviously we cannot control the costumes that people from our community will wear.
Q: Is there a mask or Covid19 policy for the event?
A: There is currently no mask policy for this event. However, it is Halloween! So, if you would like to wear a mask because of the large crowds that will be present, you could always find a creative way to work it into your costume!
WELCOME TO THE JOURNEY
As much as we love having fun with you, we know that church is about much more than that. At Compass, our mission is to help people find their way to God, so join us this year to start your adventure. No matter where you are at in your spiritual journey, all are welcome here!
We’d love to see you come back on Sunday, November 7th for the kick-off of our next sermon series titled Family Road Trip. This series will be walking us through how to not just have fun experiences with our families, but to develop rich relationships as well! Join us at any of our Sunday services, online or in-person. If you’re looking for more ways to get connected at Compass, we’d also love to meet you at Step 1: Start Here on Sunday after any of our morning services. Plan your visit here!
Weekly Sunday Services: Online or in-person at 8:00AM, 9:15AM, and 10:45AM
At Compass, we are committed to making the time that every kid is here on Sunday one of the best hours of their week. Why? Because we believe that the best way to point kids to Jesus is to make sure they are having FUN!
On top of that, every weekend, kids learn that living a life of faith is the biggest, most exciting adventure of their lives! At Compass Kids, your child will learn a blueprint for how they fit into God’s plan, and how to apply that plan at home, at school, or wherever they are. Kids ages 0-3rd grade are welcome here!
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Compass 4th/5th is a Sunday Morning class for 4th and 5th-grade students. It is a place where these students can feel like they belong while learning to understand the Bible and love Jesus together.
This class meets in a large group setting Sunday mornings and is designed to be a time of teaching, games and other activities focused on building relationships, growth, and learning.
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Our approach to student ministries is simple: We believe that students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. That’s why we make relationship-building a big part of everything we do. Each week, we meet for Midweek services on Wednesday nights and Student Connection Groups on Sunday nights.
Our events are designed to help students grow in their love and understanding of God, all while developing relationships with other students and leaders that will help them keep moving forward throughout the highs and lows of teenage years. Kids ages 6th-12th grade. are welcome here!
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