About – CCC
The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has been in Cincinnati before Procter met Gamble. Compass Christian Church is located in the city of Mason, Ohio which is approximately 22 miles north of downtown Cincinnati.
Please read our story; Life is a Journey…
Read about; Our History
This page is for all friends, members, and anyone who is just curious about Compass Christian Church A Disciples of Christ Community
Our hope is that you will find what you need to consider visiting our church family
Develop a closer relationship to God
Join us in our many missions to end poverty, racism, and heal brokenness in our community
Come share the joy, fun, excitement and energy that is CCC!
Come as you are and leave feeling loved and accepted.
Many of our members are new to the community and find that they miss the support of friends and family. Others are long-term residents that have simply never found the right church home. CCC strives to create a welcoming, open and inviting place to create truly meaningful relationships.
Our worship services are a blend of old and new, traditional and contemporary, comfortable and sometimes challenging moments. As a community we share in the joys of life and comfort one another in times of sorrow. We stress individualism and a respect and tolerance for those differing in race, religion, age and the other things that cause us to be isolated and saddened.
We challenge each other to share our talents. We believe each person has a responsibility to create their own relationship with God through our Savior Jesus Christ and rely upon His words to guide our daily lives.
Indeed it is a stressful world full of confusion, stress, anger and isolation. We hope sincerely that you will take a few moments to review this web site and get a feel for the commitment, diversity, acceptance and love that God has bestowed upon Compass Christian Church.
Jesus was insanely clear about our purpose on earth:
“‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’
The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12:30-31)
What we believe:
“Love God. Love Others.” that’s our values, that’s our mission
In Need of Prayers or finding community services in the Tri-State area? Prayer Requests
Need more Information on our Youth Programs? Youth Opportunities
Listen to our Sermons : Sermon Biblical Passages and Videos