We are working hard to ensure the safety of our visitors during the COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more about the precautions taken at this event and what you can expect, click here.
Yes. The Compassion Journey was designed for families with kids of all ages to experience together. We understand small children are all impacted differently by stories they hear so parents are welcome to preview the audio content on-site before including their little ones.
Compassion International works in some of the most vulnerable places on the planet. The stories we profile in The Compassion Journey contain true realities that children face every day. We take great effort to avoid sensationalizing dark circumstances and try to tell the bigger story of these children who are on a journey from poverty to hope.
Compassion International is an openly Christian organization, and each of the children’s true stories will include a theme of their faith, as it made a significant impact on their ability to escape poverty. We want all our guests to feel comfortable and welcome because it’s our goal to increase awareness in each community about the realities of extreme poverty and the difference we all have the opportunity to make.
No. There will be an opportunity to sponsor a child at the end of your experience, but it’s not required. You will not be asked for a donation for attending.
No. Although this event is hosted by a local church, it is open to the public.
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Yes! Passionate locals are perfectly qualified to join with us in running this exciting event, and we really could use your help. Visit our volunteer page for details and to find out what openings we have available each weekend. No prior experience with Compassion is required. Training and a free t-shirt are provided on-site.
We recommend that guests use their own smartphone devices to experience the Compassion Journey. Please bring a smartphone with a web browser to the event (you just need one for your group). Headphones are optional. If you don’t have access to a smartphone, we will have a freshly sanitized iPod available for your use.
The Compassion Journey will be held inside the building. Look for signs in the parking lot or proceed to the main entrance. There will be signs inside to guide you to the event.
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