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trouble accessing the livestream?

If the Livestream isn’t working for you this morning, we apologize. We are troubleshooting now to see if we can resolve in a timely manner. If you’re unable to tune in, the recording will be available on this same page later today. We will let you know when it’s available via our social media channels! We’re sorry for the inconvenience. Please be praying that our technical team would be able to resolve whatever is stopping the stream from working. Thanks! (Updated March 22, 2020 10:20 AM)

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welcome to mercy church

We’ve designed this page to be a one-stop for everything you might need whether this is your first time joining us for service, you’ve been around for a while, or you’re a covenant member of Mercy Church! If you’re a parent looking for kid’s resources or if you’re looking for the latest Mercy Worship releases, keep scrolling to find what you need! If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, please email us at and we’ll be happy to assist you!

are you a first time guest?

If this is your first time joining us for service, we want to help you get connected to the life of our church. Click below to complete a brief form and help us get to know you better! Our mission is to make disciples who love God, love each other, and love our world. You can learn more about our beliefs, our leadership, and our worship services here.

join us for starting point | may 3rd

Starting Point will be held virtually on May 3rd at 11:11 am, immediately following our livestreamed services.  If you’d like to connect to a ministry team, a community group, or get baptized, this is a great next step for you. Our time will conclude with a short Q&A. You can RSVP for Starting Point here! After RSVPing you will receive instructions on how to attend virtually on May 3rd.

for kids

MercyKids is committed to partnering with families to raise disciples who love Jesus, love each other, and love our world. During the livestream, you can print the resource below for your kids to follow along during the sermon. For other parent resources, click here! Our Mercy Students bible studies are also operating differently during this season. For more information on how your student can get involved, email .

for members

We believe that care and support is provided best through biblical community in community groups. These are the relationships that we encourage you to pursue Christ with and receive the care that we all need daily. At the same time, there are times when we all need specialized, focused care for a particular season of life or struggle. We provide, alongside community groups, a number of resources to care for our church on our Member Care page.

Community Groups

Community groups are small gatherings of people of all ages. Each group meets one night per week for Bible study, prayer, and mutual encouragement. And, like any family, these groups also care for one another throughout the week. Even though our groups will be meeting virtually instead of in-person for the next few weeks due to COVID-19, we encourage you to go ahead and join a group!


A tool to help you follow Jesus in your daily life. The center of the wheel is the gospel and the rim of the wheel is Christlikeness. Between the gospel and Christlikeness are three gospel disciplines that make us more like Jesus: devotion, community, and mission. Altogether, the wheel is a picture of a faithful disciple. A disciple becomes more like Jesus through devotion, community, and mission. You can use the wheel to guide your discipleship, evaluate your discipleship, and teach others how to follow Jesus.

serving our city

We want to serve our city well during this pandemic. Many of you have been asking how to help during this time. In addition to loving your neighbor, we recommend supporting the following ministries and organizations. Each of them represents different needs in our city – children, the homeless, impoverished, and others in vulnerable situations. Over the next eight weeks, we will update this page as needs arise.


We just finished a series on prayer called Pray20. You can listen to those sermons online now or stream any previous sermons from Mercy Church!


Listen to a playlist of the songs we sing on Sunday mornings, and keep up with Mercy Worship releases!


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.