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Join Us for Anniversary Sunday

We will meet at Atkinson Park on Sunday October 5, 2014, at 10:00am for our anniversary service.

For the past couple of years we have taken one Sunday each year to remember the vision and mission of Mercy Hill and to allow some time for prayer and sharing about how our ministry has impacted people's lives. Last year we met outdoors on the church house front lawn. This year, we're meeting at the pavilion at Atkinson Park across the street from where we normally meet. (Click here for a map of this location.)

Mercy Hill was started in September 2010 in the Henry's living room, or "the Henry house." We then moved to the Doubletree Condominums, and used the space in the "pool house" in that development. After that, we moved to the Kegler Tap Room at the Glassboro Bowl and Rec Center (the "tap house") and as of June 2012, we have been meeting in the "church house" located in the FCX Warehouse on Holly Dell Court in Sewell.

If you're planning on coming, please RSVP here.

We encourage you to bring friends or family who may be interested in seeing what God is doing through our church ministry as well.


GCM Collective Missional Workshop

The GCM Collective exists to promote, create, and equip Gospel Communities on Mission. A gospel community is a group of believers that lives out the mission of God together as family, in a specific area to a particular people group, by declaring and demonstrating the gospel in tangible forms. Regular people, living ordinary lives, with great gospel intentionality. 

If you want to learn more about GCM and how to carryout this model in your community, they are hosting a missional workshop on Saturday, November 22, 2014 from 8:00am-5:00pm in Telford, PA. Early Bird registration is $49 and ends on October 18th. 



Covenant Presbyterian Medical Missions Trip

Covenant Presbyterian in Cherry Hill, NJ is planning a Medical Missions trip to Costa Rica on April 11 - 18, 2015. They are looking for eleven qualified persons, Doctors and medically trained personnel, to comprise the team.  Currently there are 5-6 volunteers from Covenant.  While there may be more recruits from Covenant, the Team would like to open up the opportunity to qualified  individuals from other Presbytery churches. The Team is seeking to notify Mission to the World of its successful recruitment by the end of September.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Dr. Craig Lem craiglem at gmail dot com.