The Compass Church to host grand opening for south Naperville Campus Aug. 21-22

  • The Compass Church is opening a new church campus in south Naperville.

    The Compass Church is opening a new church campus in south Naperville. Courtesy of The Compass Church

Updated 8/3/2021 7:36 PM

On the weekend of Aug. 21-22, The Compass Church will host a grand opening for its new location in south Naperville. All summer, the church has been moving into the new space and hosting dozens of free events to share this beautiful space with the community. Stop by Aug. 21-22 and see what they are all about.

On any given day when you come through the doors, The Compass Church hopes you will feel welcomed and accepted by our authentic community that is living out our mission, "Helping People Find & Follow God." They want church to be more than something you check off the list once in a while, but rather a diverse family environment where you are fully loved, accepted, and known.


Whether you're on a search for meaning, purpose, and fulfillment in your life, or you've been following Jesus for a long time -- this is the place for you. A place to connect, serve, and grow in your faith and in all areas of your life. It doesn't matter what baggage you carry, whether or not you've gone to church before, or if you fit any particular "mold" -- come as you are, you are truly welcome here.

Led by senior pastor Jeff Griffin, The Compass Church is a local church with locations in Bolingbrook, Naperville, South Naperville, Wheaton, and online ( Each location has a dedicated staff led by a campus pastor, high-quality live contemporary music each weekend, dynamic youth and children's programming on the weekends and throughout the week, vibrant small group communities, fun events and activities for all, and many ways to get involved serving the local community.

The South Naperville team is led by campus pastor, Jon Kalvig, and gathers weekly on Saturdays at 5:15 p.m. and Sundays at 9:30 and 11 a.m. at 2903 103rd St. Children's programming is available during all services for infants through fifth grade. Check for details and see how you can get involved.

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