30 Days of Prayer
Beginning April 13, we are committing to 30 days of prayer for our Muslim neighbors. We invite you to join us in this prayer movement. You can sign up to receive your digital prayer guide below. You can learn about this movement here.
A Great Commission
Each week we conclude our worship gathering with, “you are sent”. That is our reminder to one another that the gospel is never intended to stay just with us. Jesus told his disciples to take the great hope of the gospel all the way to the ends of the earth (Matthew 28:18-20), and each generation of believers has sought to advance that mission for the past 2,000 years. This is our time. With the joy and power the gospel gives us, Mercy Church is committed to taking the gospel to people groups who have never heard it.
Upcoming Trips 2021
Our missions department is currently evaluating the safety and feasibility of short-term trips nationally and internationally as we navigate the Coronavirus pandemic.
In the meantime…
If you are interested in global mission work, we encourage you to get involved with one of the two opportunities below:
DMTs: A Disciple-Making Team is a 10-week group devoted to prayer with one another and evangelism. For the 10 weeks, you will study through the book Spiritual Multiplication in the Real World and learn how to make disciples who make disciples in your everyday life.
Missionary Care Teams: We don’t want those who go to the mission field to be forgotten. This team is the primary point of contact with missionaries to make sure they are being prayed for and remembered by the members of Mercy.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Local, National, and International Outreach
The Local Outreach Ministry at Mercy Church exists to send disciples to display the gospel to the marginalized communities of our city. Serving alongside like-minded partner organizations, we seek to love others as Jesus loves us.
We believe, just as Christ modeled for us, that the best way to advance his kingdom and fulfill the great commission is by planting churches. Mercy Church is the fruit of this very belief, planted to reach the city of Charlotte with the gospel by the Summit Church in Durham, North Carolina.
Mercy Church believes that God’s plan for taking the gospel to the ends of the earth will be carried out through healthy local churches. That’s why our short-term trips are sent to serve alongside strategic church planters and long-term missionary partners both here in the US and around the world.