In our ministry to children, we want to have fun, hands-on, and engaging lessons that help our children to understand the fullness of the gospel. So that they can grow up in the Lord and start participating in church life, even at a young age.
Additionally, our focus is not only to the children themselves, but also to the parents who lead them at home. We want to help Moms and Dads to feel comfortable, talking to their children about Jesus; to help lead their families spiritually and to cultivate hearts that will be open to receiving Christ.
From 9:00 until 10:15am, we have a K-5 Bible lesson in the Mercy Kids rooms (main campus courtyard).
We also want you to know, that your child’s safety is at the top of our priorities. All adult volunteers have gone through a background check, and safety policies are strictly enforced to ensure the safety of your children. Furthermore, we always practice accountability in our childcare by ensuring that groups serve rather than individuals. We also have a system in place for checking children in and out of our nursery and encourage parents to provide us with all appropriate safety information (medical issues/allergies) before their children are dropped off.
We believe that parents are called to be the primary spiritual leaders of their children and so we strive to support them however we can. Parents are free to drop their kids off in Mercy Kids – a safe, fun, bible- centered environment for children on Sunday mornings. We offer family integrated worship and encourage parents to bring their children into the main worship gathering to celebrate the gospel together.
We believe that teenagers are an important, integral part of the body of Christ and we value their participation in the worship service. Therefore, we have intentionally not structured any program that would isolate them from the rest of the body on Sundays. Our youth meet together for Bible Study from 9:00-10:15am on Sundays. Other activities include summer camps, retreats, weekly Bible studies, small groups, and games. We regularly hear stories of these young people encounter the love of God through their involvement with the local church.
Christian Challenge is a student organization at Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus and a ministry of Mercy Hill Church. We help college students explore what it means to have a relationship with Jesus and empower them to serve the students on the campus they attend. We do this through fun events, bible studies, mentoring relationships, and other awesome campus activities.
If you would like to learn more, text/call Noah Jaeger at 602-810-4198; or email at email@example.com.
You can also see our events in our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/258382104664325/
Mercy Ministries exists to befriend and serve those on the edges of society so we can see, hear ,embrace, and live in the extraordinary goodness of Jesus together. We seek to be present in our community, and collaboratively come alongside our neighbors in sharing our gifts, caring for the vulnerable, and seeking the shalom of our city. We seek to reverse the cycle of poverty through housing, education, health and wellness, and vocational training.
HOPE FOR ADDICTION
You don’t have to be alone as you begin your new life.
Our purpose is to walk alongside, equip and care for those who struggle with addiction. We support people with substance abuse problems as they transition from treatment into their new life. This is accomplished through weekly support group/recovery meetings, mentorship, transition support and practical tools.