Compassion Sunday 2019

Compassion Sunday is February 24, 2019. We invite your church to join us on this special day to share the mission of Compassion Services International and to help us be ready for the upcoming year. We know that 2019 will see its own unique needs and that people around the world are relying on the help and support that CSI gives to them in their time of need. We can't do it without you. Your donation to our Compassion Sunday Fund will help us be ready when the calls for help come in. Responding sooner rather than later is critical in disaster situations and especially in humanitarian crisis situations. If this date doesn't work for you please feel free to hold a Compassion Sunday event on a date that is convenient for you. Check donations can be sent to CSI- 3333-1 Rue Royale, Saint Charles, MO 63301. Online donations can be made quickly and securely by clicking donate button above in the website navigation.

Happy New Year From CSI

Thank you to everyone who helped further the mission of CSI in 2018! We are looking ahead with faith to all that awaits us in 2019! We wanted to let you know that all donations received online dated 12/31/2018 or before will be included on the 2018 contribution reports as well as all donations postmarked by 12/31/2018 even if they are received after that date. 2018 contribution reports will be mailed by 01/31/2019. If you need to update your contact information please feel free to email our office. 

Help More than 100 Apostolic Families Needing Relief from Flooding

India is currently in monsoon season, but this year has seen unprecedented rainfall with complications mounting. At last report, there have been 324 deaths throughout the state of Kerala, and more than 223,000 people are being housed in 1,500 relief camps. Seven UPCI churches have been damaged. More than 100 families of our church have been affected and some have lost their homes and belongings. 

Since June Kerala has experienced 37% excess rainfall. Compare this to 2013 when the area saw this percentage over the entire monsoon season. Unlike in the past, many dams have had to be opened to release the excess water. This has caused widespread damage to many buildings, homes, and churches in multiple districts. Almost all buildings in the region are submerged and even the military personnel are having difficulty getting to the region to help. Roads are entirely underwater causing hundreds of people to be stranded, and even the Kochi airport has been shut down until at least August 26th.

Learn More About Supporting this Cause

From Him-To Them-Through Us

Compassion Services International exists to offer help and hope to people living in desperate situations around the world. CSI receives an overwhelming number of requests for help from around the world each year. We want to be the hands and feet of Christ while providing for the physical and spiritual needs of those who are suffering. CSI does this by offering Disaster Relief, Medical Missions, Humanitarian Aid and more around the world. These endeavors not only help to meet the immediate physical needs of those we serve but it also opens the door for the love of Jesus to be displayed and for the gospel to be shared. 

Help the Suffering

CSI believes in offering help and hope to those suffering in the aftermath of natural disaster and to those who suffer daily because they live in impoverished areas where drought, famine and inadequate medical care are ongoing needs. 

Compassion Your Way

Compassion Services International wants to give each supporter the opportunity to create their own unique compassion experience. Some are called to give. Some are called to go. Some are called to pray. Some are called to help raise awareness about who we are and what we do. Whatever compassion calling you have we hope that you will find that Compassion Services International offers you the ability to fulfill that calling. 

So choose one way or choose them all but just know that this is-Compassion Your Way. 


You may have noticed that things look different and that our donation page has been updated. Our website has gone through some changes and we are preparing to launch a brand new site later this year. Also, our donation page has been updated and you will now just click one Donation button or link to give to any fund. There is a drop down menu where you can designate where you want your donation to go. You can also set up recurring donations quickly and easily. Visit our Donate page to learn more.