Wednesday, April 10 // 6:00pm

@MercyWednesday is a night of fellowship and learning. We offer dinner at 5:30pm and hold classes from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Cost is $3/adult for dinner and $3/child for birth-Pre-K childcare.


Support & Processing Group

Tuesday, April 9 // 7:00pm // Mercy

Tuesdays, April 9, 16 & 23 // 7-8:30pm // MERCY

This is open to anyone in our church community, especially those affected by mental illness and addiction, to share your feelings and to be heard in a safe, professionally facilitated space. Come for community, come for love, come for healing, and most of all, come to experience the grace of Christ, and how he gives his grace to those affected by mental illness and addiction. Led by professional therapist Corey Busch and Community Life Pastor Kelly Mortvedt.

Contact for more information.
No childcare available.


Good Friday & Easter Choir Rehearsal

Wednesday, April 17 // 6:00pm

Singers, join the choir led by Daniel Greco, a professional music and choral director, to perform at our Good Friday and Easter services! Rehearsals begin March 20. Performances will be Good Friday, 4/19 at 6pm and Easter Sunday, 4/21 at 9 & 11am.

@MercyWednesday // March 20 – April 17 // Ages 16+


Welcome Gathering

Sunday, April 14 // 9:00am

Welcome to Mercy! Join us to learn about our community, ask questions, & receive tips about getting the most out of your time here. We’ll provide a light continental breakfast and coffee (of course!). RSVP by the Wednesday before.


Good Friday

Friday, April 19 // 6:00pm


NE Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 20 // 11:00am // Logan Park

An awesome opportunity to engage with the Northeast community and have some Easter fun!


Easter Sunday

Sunday, April 21

Service times: 9 & 11 am


Reading Group: How (Not) To Be Secular

Wednesday, April 24 // 7:00pm // Mercy

Wednesdays, April 24 – May 22 // 7-9pm // MERCY

Join Jarrod Lucca and Peter Bodurtha in reading and discussing a condensed version Charles Taylor’s book “A Secular Age” called “How (Not) to be Secular” by Dr. James KA Smith. This short book uses philosophy, history, literature and art as a guide to understand belief, non-belief and “believing otherwise” and is an insightful approach to reimagining our Christian faith in the present secular age.

Please purchase book prior to attending. No childcare available.


Society of Vineyard Scholars Conference 2019

Thursday, May 2 // Mercy

We’re honored to host the 10th annual SVS Conference “The Coming of the Spirit and the Life of the Church” here at Mercy! SVS exists to foster and sustain a community of theological discourse in the Vineyard movement.

1. HOST HOMES | We are looking for 15 families to host an international guest May 1-4 and provide them with morning transportation to the conference.
2. EVENT VOLUNTEERS | We need several volunteers to help the event run smoothly. There will be morning, afternoon, and evening shifts available.


Women's Retreat: Uniquely You

Saturday, May 11 // Mercy

Join us as we use the Enneagram to discover more of our true, unique selves at our one day women’s retreat. Led by Kristin Throckmorton of Her Tov, there will be large group sessions, gentle yoga, small group discussions, worship, and prayer. No previous knowledge of the Enneagram is needed. Cost is $35 per person and includes snacks, lunch, and program materials. Register by 4/28.


Empty Arms Gathering

Monday, May 13 // 9:00am // Mercy

We want to be a place for couples at Mercy who have experienced miscarriage or infertility to connect and have a safe place to tell their story. We will meet regularly on Sundays to receive prayer, support and encouragement. All information is private and confidential.
9 am // Those experiencing infertility or miscarriage who do not yet have children
11 am // Those who have children and are having difficulty growing their families