Events

Saturday

Loving Across Differences

Saturday, July 21 // 9:00am

Our church wants to be a community filled with beautiful differences! Because we know the reality of living in a diverse community can bring great joys but also challenges and misunderstandings, we offer this class as a starting point for people to explore how to more effectively love across differences, particularly ethnic and cultural ones. This class will run from 9am-3pm. Lunch will be available for $5/person. Childcare will be available for $3/child.

Saturday

Learning To Minister Like Jesus

Saturday, July 28 // 9:00am

We believe anyone can learn how to hear from God and pray for others with power and effectiveness. This core training will teach you what the Bible says about the power of prayer and how we can each participate in it. If you hope to be on the Prayer Team or a leader at Mercy, this is the class you need to take. This event will run from 9am-3pm. Lunch will be available for $5/person. Childcare will be available for $3/child.

Tuesday

Vacation Bible School | Splash Canyon

Tuesday, July 31 // 9:00am // Mercy

This year, VBS is all about adventure and discovery. Join Mill City Church & Mercy Vineyard July 31-Aug 2 from 9a-12p in Splash Canyon and enjoy singing, games, crafts, snacks, and laughter while learning about God’s promise on life’s wild ride.

VBS is $10 per child with a $30 dollar max per family. Ages 4-10 (Kids 11+ can sign up to volunteer). Scholarships are available if needed! Register by Wednesday, July 25.

Saturday

Men's Fellowship

Saturday, August 11 // 9:00am // Mercy

Men’s Fellowship is a monthly meeting for men of all backgrounds to come together once a month for community and conversation. There will be opportunities for engagement and empowerment of life uniquely suited to men. Snacks provided. Questions? Contact Associate Pastor Tommy Wesley.

Sunday

Mercy Groups Leader Interest Meeting

Sunday, August 12 // 11:00am

Mercy offers 3 types of groups: Connect Groups, Growth Groups, and Impact Groups. The goal of our groups is to make friends, grow spiritually, and serve our city. If you’re curious to learn what it takes to lead one of these groups, join us for the interest meeting. Attending is not a commitment to lead. Questions? Contact Community Life Pastor Kelly Mortvedt at kelly.mortvedt@mercyvineyard.org.

Tuesday

Better Together Conference

Tuesday, August 21 // Vineyard Christian Church of Evanston

Saturday

Men's Fellowship

Saturday, September 8 // 9:00am // Mercy

Men’s Fellowship is a monthly meeting for men of all backgrounds to come together once a month for community and conversation. There will be opportunities for engagement and empowerment of life uniquely suited to men. Snacks provided. Questions? Contact Associate Pastor Tommy Wesley.

Sunday

Empty Arms

Sunday, September 16

We want to be a place for couples at Mercy who have experienced miscarriage or infertility to connect with each other and have a safe place to tell their story. We will meet regularly to receive prayer, support, and encouragement. All information is private and confidential.

Starting this Fall the group will be splitting into two meetings:
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

Sunday

Empty Arms

Sunday, October 7

We want to be a place for couples at Mercy who have experienced miscarriage or infertility to connect with each other and have a safe place to tell their story. We will meet regularly to receive prayer, support, and encouragement. All information is private and confidential.

Starting this Fall the group will be splitting into two meetings:
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

Thursday

Do Justice Conference

Thursday, November 8 // 5:30pm // Christ Presbyterian Church, 6901 Normandale Road, Edina, MN 55435

The Do Justice Conference is for pastors and faith leaders to explore how racial justice is an essential part of the gospel. As we confront the ethical issues of mass incarceration and racial tension in society, we will explore our Biblical mandate to uphold principles of compassion, justice, and forgiveness.