At Mercy, we view worship as a dialogue between God and His people. Every Sunday service is designed so that everyone can experience God’s work on our hearts, recall what He has done in redemption, and sing rich truths about who we are in Christ. Our aim is to follow the Lord Jesus’ words in John 4, to worship in Spirit and in truth.
Please read through the following questions on more details about what Sunday mornings look like at Mercy. We hope to see you soon!
Is there nursery available?
Yes! We provide a safe, clean environment for kids under the age of 5 so that parents are able to enjoy worship.
What kind of worship songs do you sing?
At Mercy, we love to sing all kinds of worship songs, given that they are God-centered (Colossians 3:16-17, Psalm 150). A typical Sunday is composed of new, old, and those in-between. And much of what we sing are old hymns rearranged to new melodies, many of which are written by a band called Indelible Grace (www.igracemusic.com).
We are praying that God continues to bless us with gifted musicians so that we may continually sing the rich songs that declare His glory.
What does a typical morning consist of?
The order of worship may be slightly different, but each Sunday service is composed of the following elements.
- Call to worship – We listen to God call us to worship.
- Prayer of Invocation – We ask God to help us worship in Spirit and in truth.
- Singing – We praise God and encourage each other by singing about His character and His work.
- Prayer of confession – We repent of our sins and trust in His forgiving grace.
- Giving – We support the work of God in our city and the world.
- Preaching of the Word – We are transformed by God through His truth.
- Communion – We dine at the Lord’s table as we remember Jesus.
- Prayer – We ask God to be with our church, community, and the nations.