It seems that church should be for for the imperfect, the broken, and the sometimes barely-hanging-on. It should be for those tired of faking that we have it all together - filled with and for those hungry for grace... thirsting for transformation because they are tired of doing it on their own.
At Mercy Hill, we believe that God is doing something new and unique... scattering His church out into smaller and more intimate branches... almost roots, if you will... digging deep into the soil of Jesus (see Colossians 2).
The thing about roots is that under the surface they intertwine and anchor, grow and receive nutrient together. It's gritty, it's messy... and it's where life happens.
A healthy Christian life begins with seed, soil, water and time. This is what we're up to: a new, small and intimate community that passionately believes in authentic friendship and growth, truth and mercy... journeying alongside each other... with Jesus.
Very human and unpolished people, pastors, and presentation. We call it being, "Naturally Supernatural."
You will find friends here. You will find safety here. You will find no masks here. You will find we don't seek credibility in polish and professionalism. And our hope and prayer will always be that it's because you'll find Jesus here.
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My father grew up in a small town in rural South Carolina. While the town was poor, it was in many ways idyllic, and mostly beautiful. It was the kind of town in which everyone knew everyone else’s name, and her streets were named after families that had lived on those roads for several generations past. […]
“Sow righteousness for yourselves, reap the fruit of unfailing love, and break up your unplowed ground; for it is time to seek the Lord, until he comes and showers his righteousness on you” – Hosea 10:12 The walk of a disciple of Jesus is marked by the work of seed, soil, season, and the Son. […]
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