Compassion Camp

Compassion Camp is a program where kids, families, and church communities explore what it means to have compassion for ourselves, others, and the world.
Compassion Camp is meant to be intergenerational to reflect the diverse body of Christ. As we all know, folks are on the move this summer with activities.

So we are going to try something different:
Compassion Camp is going to be a Sunday/Wednesday experience. On the Sundays of July 24th, July 31st, and August 7th, the Worship Services will have a Youth Bible story skit during the children’s video moment and we will have a loving kindness practice.
At 10am on these Sundays, during Sunday School hour, those who want to join in will come together for a Compassion in Action project in the Connector between Asbury and Wesley.
On the Wednesdays of July 27th and August 3rd, at 6:30pm in Wesley Hall, there will be a Bible story skit; movement—physical engagement to connect our minds, bodies, and spirits with God, with some basic yoga poses, connecting Compassion Camp’s main themes with our lives. We will also have a loving kindness practice to help participants develop the skills and mindset necessary to practice compassion.

☺ Even if you can’t come every time, activities are spaced enough that you can still be a part of the family and fun.
☺ You can get connected by sharing loving kindness together as the body of Christ.
☺ This is an opportunity to invite friends and neighbors!
No sign-up needed! Just Come!