Mission of God Class | Begins Sep 28
This 6-week class is designed to open your eyes to the heart of God to redeem every nation and to help you learn your place in His mission. The class will meet weekly on Tuesday evenings at our Providence Road campus.
Urgent Needs (8.30.21)
If you would like to help with the resettlement of Afghan refugees, click the link below to give.
You Are Sent
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.
Our Mobilization Team, led by Pastor Scott, consists of three members – Sarah Wampler, Garren Stewart, and Abbey Sawdon. These individuals are passionate about helping you find your place in God’s mission and would love to talk with you about taking your next step in Mercy’s Missions Pipeline. Check out the pipeline below!
MErcy’s Missions Pipeline
Mission of God Class
Introductory class unpacking the Biblical basis for missions and the current state of the world. Fall, 6-weeks. Ready to learn? RSVP here.
Disciple-Making Team (DMT)
Introductory team focused on cross-cultural disciple-making and practical ways to engage in the Great Commission. Fall, Spring, Summer, 10-weeks. Interested in joining a DMT? Let us know here.
Training group for long-term missionaries to least-access places to see church planting movements. 9 months. DMTs are a recommended prerequisite to joining a Go Group.
While in Go Group training, the Mobilization Team will help connect you to a strategic sending agency, team, and location and begin the process of on-boarding to deploy within 1-3 years of completing training.
Go National or International
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.