As I begin to write this article, I can still hear the humming of helicopter blades as police make their rounds. They are continuing their patrol of the skies surrounding the campus of University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC). Many students are still stuck on...
The following post was written by Mercy's Worship Director, Charlie King Why I’m Grateful This Sunday we will be learning a new gospel song, which is becoming a much more common practice for our church. In fact, 4 of the last 10 songs we have introduced at Mercy have...
On Tuesday, April 9th Mercy Church will be observing a day of fasting and prayer. The church will gather at 6:30 Tuesday night to pray together after fasting and praying individually throughout the day. Below is a message from Pastor Spence on why and how we fast.The...
We believe that generosity with one’s finances should flow out of and be a response to a heart changed by the gospel. We also believe that systematic, regular giving to God’s mission is a mark of someone growing as a follower of Jesus.
Therefore, we want to do everything we can to help make your giving purposeful and consistent as a response to what Jesus has done in your life.
Mercy Worship exists to glorify God by celebrating the gospel of Jesus (Rom. 11:32), wondering at the glory of God (Rom. 11:33-36), and exhorting Mercy Church to respond in worship of the one true God (Rom. 12:1-2, 8). Music is an especially impactful and intriguing form for worship and is a vehicle designed well for carrying God’s praises.
See Mercy Worship’s newest release, and find out what we’re currently singing at Mercy Church.