Serving in response to the gospel
Christ has called every believer to give their life to him and his mission (Matt. 16:24, Matt. 28:19). We take that call seriously, and consider it a joy to offer up the gifts that God has given us to worship him and build his kingdom. The gospel has changed everything; it has declared that the the last will be first, that the way up is down, and that the way to gain everything in Christ is to lose everything for Christ. So we seek to do just that – to joyfully give our lives in response to the life that Jesus gave for us, and the life he has now given to us.
Learn more about how you can serve with Mercy Church below.
Mercy Church is committed to partner with parents to raise up the next generation for Christ. We desire to see the children of Mercy Church be raised up into disciples who make disciples. We want to come alongside parents to prepare them to love God, love each other, and love our world, to be good disciples and disciple-makers throughout childhood, and for the rest of their lives.
Our Guest Services teams help to create a distraction-free environment for worship and seek to remove any barriers to the presentation of the gospel. They set up and tear down our facilities, greet others, help people find parking spots, seats, and information, pray over our people, and serve other ministry team members in Headquarters. There is also a First Responders team.
Mercy Creative seeks to celebrate the gospel of Jesus, wonder at the glory of God, and exhort Mercy Church to respond in worship of the one true God. It is comprised of our Band, Audio/Visual, and Multimedia teams. The Band offers Mercy Church a vehicle for worship by leading through music. The Audio/Visual team ensures the logistical quality of our worship services and events through audio engineering and mixing, as well as the control of visual media and lighting. The Multimedia team documents God’s faithfulness to our church through photo and video for current and future storytelling.
The prayer team prays during services for our people, our city, and our world. We have two prayer team meeting times – 9-9:45 am (meets virtually) and 10 am (meets in person).
Each week, people tune into Mercy’s online service at 10 am on Sunday mornings! Serving roles in this virtual space include being a chat host, praying with people on the spot, and facilitating conversation in the chat with other Mercy attendees and members.