Below are several updates and opportunities to connect with Mercy in the coming weeks.

Sunday Services

For the foreseeable future, Sunday services will be hosted online. You can watch them at a variety of places:

Services will start online at 10:00am and immediately be available for replay on Facebook, YouTube and the Mercy website. These services will last approximately 45 minutes. We hope you’ll join us.

Weekday Devotionals

Each morning Monday through Friday, Mercy will publish a short devotional video on Facebook, YouTube and the Mercy app to encourage you and connect you to Jesus.


The Mercy Prayer team will be available at 10:45am on Sundays to pray with you online in a private, one-on-one setting. Join the 11am Prayer Zoom call.

Or if you wish to participate in online group prayer, join the Mercy Community Prayer online Zoom call on Wednesdays at 8pm.


Pastor Cassie is posting new content and messages for kids in our community on the MercyKids Facebook Page. Be sure to like and follow the page to see the content updates. Tune in at these times for special MercyKids content:


Pastor Leo will share a MercyYouth message each Sunday at 11am in the MercyYouth Facebook Page and additional content and opportunities via the MercyYouth Instagram.

Office Hours

Mercy staff are working from home as much as is possible following guidance from the MDH and CDC. You may contact any one of us by email if you have questions or needs. If you have a question about coming to church or meeting at Mercy’s building, please contact Pastor Mike (


We are so thankful for your faithful and generous giving to God’s work at Mercy. Because of your generosity and careful management, we have several months of cash reserves. We want to love and care for one another well during this difficult time.

And if you are just beginning your giving journey, we invite you to consider electronic giving using our Pushpay app. It is simple, safe and it will help our community as we walk through these challenging times together.

And we encourage you to consider donating to the COVID Care Fund that has been established at Mercy to love and support individuals in our community facing financial need due to COVID-19.

We know many people want to help and support others right now. If you are at low risk and are able to help others, please volunteer for the Care Team.

Care Requests & COVID Care Fund

We know that now more than ever there may be church members in need, and our Care Team members are ready to support individuals with practical needs, especially meal preparation, grocery purchasing and errands. Email

For those experiencing negative financial impacts as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic or concerned with those in your community experiencing financial hardship, we encourage you to request financial support from our COVID Care Fund for yourself or on behalf of others.