Mercy Hill has a large family gathering every Sunday, 10 AM at 447 N. Evergreen St. Come experience the life, love, family and friendship found in Jesus. Our church family uses this time to sing, listen, interact, share and give. Together we meet with God our Father and celebrate all that Jesus has done for us. We are sent out, empowered by the Spirit, to share the gospel (good news) of Jesus with our city in our Missional Community families throughout the week.
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Missional Communities (MC’s) are diverse families where a smaller group gathers to submit all of life to Jesus. We follow Jesus together, learning to love one another as family, serve the “least of these” in our midst, and be a witness to the good news of Jesus. MC’s regularly share a family meal together and interact with one another throughout the week. Each MC seeks to grow in the Love of Jesus, the Family of Jesus and the Mission of Jesus.
Contact one of our MC Leaders to drop in on their next family meal.
Neighborhood: Vollintine Evergreen
Loving VECA and teenagers in our neighborhood
Neighborhood: Vollintine Evergreen - Tuesday
Mercy Hill Student Ministry
Neighborhood: Cooper Young Loving
Cooper Young and teenagers in our neighborhood
Safe Families for Children: loving & supporting parents in this program
Our Coffee Groups enable us to care for one another and bring accountability to each other's lives. These groups (three people of the same gender), under the leadership of the Holy Spirit, meet weekly to share what they are learning and how they are growing as followers of Jesus.
Coffee Groups use the CBR Journal to meet with Jesus daily.
Community Bible Reading (CBR) is the daily practice of reading one Old Testament chapter and one New Testament chapter every day as a community. The Community Bible Reading plan allows participants to read through the New Testament once every year and the Old Testament once every three years.
The CBR Journal provides a helpful framework for us to engage God's word through journaling, praying and conversation in community. CBR Journals are available for purchase on Sunday mornings near the coffee area ($10 each - card, cash or check accepted).
We know it’s not easy finding a place to connect.
Large gatherings feel safe, but make it hard to feel “known.” Smaller groups like Missional Communities can feel as if you’re imposing on a group of close friends (but you’re not). Sometimes a personal connection is the best way to figure out your next step.
Contact Brad and Katie for a quick chat. (They're quite friendly people!)