The 2020 CMO has ended. Thank you for your generosity!
Why do we collect a christmas missions offering?
The Christmas Missions Offering (CMO) is an annual offering that is 100% sent outside the walls of Mercy Church to support our local, national, and international partners. Whether it be a sister church plant, an international missionary team, or a local organization, the funds collected as a part of the CMO are devoted to providing for the advancement of the gospel through missions work here and abroad. Keep scrolling to see who you’re supporting through this offering.
how to give
You can give to the CMO anytime beginning Dec 1 through Dec 31 by clicking the button above.
Be sure to select “CMO” from the drop-down menu to choose the correct fund.
Through this year’s offering, we are seeking to support at-risk children in the Charlotte area. COVID-19 has only exacerbated the problems many children and families face every day. Mercy Church would like to be generous to the partners in our city who are making a lasting impact on our city’s children and families. Please check out our partners below:
This year’s offering will help plant churches around the United States. In Matthew 6, when Jesus taught the disciples to pray, He taught them to pray, “Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” Planting churches is one of the most significant ways to ensure that this prayer will be realized. Planting healthy churches will ensure that there will be gospel hubs all around our country that will bring the hope of the gospel to places that need it the most. We plan to financially support church planters in Nashville, Charlotte, and other cities around the U.S. See one of our planters below:
Pastor Derrick DeLain and his team are planting in Nashville, TN. To learn more about this church, click the link above or to watch one of Derrick DeLain’s sermon’s, check out his sermon from Mercy Church.
This year’s offering will also help plant churches and support missionaries around the world. Planting churches is God’s plan A to reach the world. While this is true, there are parts of the world where planting churches is difficult. Nearly one third of the global population has little to no access to the gospel. This year, Mercy Church seeks to help church planters who live in these areas minister in some of the world’s most challenging contexts. Your offering will help church planters take the gospel further and faster in places of desperate need.
Church Planting in Cuba
Church Planting in South Asia
Church Planting in Greece