Compassion means to see someone’s need and have a heart to help.

“Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.”

|   Galatians 6:2   |

Browse Compassion Care’s Four Groups




You are in our prayers and are special to our church family, our doors are always open to you! We work to check in with our church members who haven’t been able to join us for a few weeks.

Funeral & Bereavement Care



Losing someone close to us is never easy, but our heart is to make that less of a burden! For those who have lost an immediate family member, we want to check in and provide support where we can.

Hospitalizations, Nursing Homes, & Shut-Ins



Long-term sickness and recovery can be so unexpected, we want to be sure our members don’t feel forgotten! From calls or texts to visits and encouragement, our team is ready to pray for any of your needs.

Newborns & Newly Weds



New life and new unions are always something to celebrate! We want you to know that you are in our prayers and to extend our love and congratulations to you.

What Is Compassion Care?


The Latin root of compassion, ‘compati,’ means to “suffer with.” Compassion means someone else’s heartbreak becomes your suffering. True compassion changes the way we live!

The gift of compassion moves people to action on behalf of those in need. Compassion is not simply caring about others or asking “Should I help?” but saying or focusing on “How can I help?”

Over and over, our Lord Jesus Christ felt compassion on people, healing them and comforting them. Compassion Care Ministry exists to be the “hands and feet of Jesus” to the local body of Christ at Compassion Church in Radford, Virginia.

What Do We Do?


It is our purpose, mission, and prayer to mirror the compassion of Jesus Christ in our homes and communities through both words and actions.


  • Building Relationships
    Getting to know a person or family in an intimate way
  • Sharing the Love of Christ
    Through our words, testimony, & prayer
  • Checking On One Another
    By phone, text, and meeting for breakfast, lunch, or dinner
  • Sharing Acts of Love
    Sending a card or note for births, deaths, celebrations, and helping families in hardship with moving, meals, etc.
  • Spending Time
    Visting shut-ins, widows, and those living in nursing homes to show the Love of Christ and encourage them

Stay connected to the other members of our church on the private Facebook page!

This private page exists to keep our members connected and updated on what is going on. Request to join and meet new members in our congregation, ask for prayer requests, see announcements, and be encouraged!