“Oh come, let us sing to the Lordlet us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation! Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving; let us make a joyful noise to him with songs of praise!”

-Psalm 95: 1-2

Mercy Hill Church - Worship Auditions

Mercy Hill Worship holds monthly auditions. For more information click here!

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Mercy Hill Church Worship - Internships

Mercy Hill Worship offers internship opportunities. Click here for more info!

Our Philosophy

The vision of Mercy Hill Worship is to build up the body of Christ, by beholding the greatness of God; remembering the redemptive work and good news of the gospel; and giving thanks through Jesus for the glory of God the Father. (Isaiah 6:1-8, Colossians 3:15-17, 1 Corinthians 14:26) Mercy Hill Worship gatherings consistently display the following elements:

Gospel Focused (Isaiah 6:1-8)

We behold the person of God (holiness, greatness, etc,) and we respond with our evident need for a Savior. We behold the works of God (creation, redemption, restoration) and respond with thankfulness and praise.

Scripture Saturated

We worship God in truth (John 4:24), and worship begins with what he has shown us about himself.  The Word of God is visible in our worship gatherings in a variety of ways.

Vertically Directed

We worship God in truth (John 4:24), and worship begins with what he has shown us about himself.  The Word of God is visible in our worship gatherings in a variety of ways.

Horizontally Executed

We gather together to build up the body of Christ by worshiping God. (1 Cor 14:26, Col 3:16, Eph 5:19). The church is not an audience, but an army.

Un-distracting Excellence

We want to be great stewards of the gifts, talents, and platform that God has given us. The goal of our excellence is to point others to the glory and greatness of God.  Thus, our pursuit of excellence should never distract the congregation from worshipping God.

Resourceful Excellence

We must also realize that we are working with limited resources.  Rarely will our circumstances, personnel, or materials be ideal.  We place a high value on the ability to be resourceful in our pursuit of excellence.

Intentionality

Every aspect of our worship gatherings should be intentional—from what we include or exclude to how we lead.  We take great care to avoid passive or awkward leadership in our gatherings.  We want to be direct and clear at all times.

Mission

The worship gathering is a dynamic and catalytic event for the people of God, equipping and sending people to be the church in our communities.  We want the tone of our worship gatherings help foster a heart for the nations and urgency for the fulfillment of the Great Commission.