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Women’s Brunch & Panel Discussion! 

Ladies, we will be having a potluck-style brunch and panel discussion on Saturday, June 22nd from 9:30am to 12:30pm. This event will be hosted at the Wan’s residence in Cupertino (exact address will be sent with RSVP).

During this time we will get a chance to fellowship with the lovely ladies at our church (and their friends), eat some yummy food, and get a chance to listen to the testimonies of four women and their journey through singleness and marriage. At the end of the panel, there will be a chance to ask any questions during our Q&A discussion.

We hope you can make it!!! Please RSVP and let us know which food item you will be bringing by June 17th so we can plan accordingly. 

If you have any questions please contact Beca D’Angelo at   or 669-777-8983. 

Mercy Hill Kids + Youth - Graduation Celebration!

This Sunday, June 16th, after our worship service, all are invited to stick around and celebrate those students who are graduating into Mercy Hill Youth (entering 6th grade) and those who are graduating out of it (exiting 12th grade).  The time will be short but sweet, extending from approximately 11:45am to 12:30pm.  We will celebrate with sharing, prayer, and gifts.  Light refreshments will be provided as well.  This is open to not just youth and parents but to the whole church family.  Make plans to join us if you're able!  

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at  .

Mercy Hill Kids Summer Park Days!

Please invite family, friends, and neighbors to join in on the fun!

If you have questions, feel free to reach out to Megan at

New Men's DNA Group: Frontline Men!

The Christian life is a battle that is worth fighting till the very end. Unfortunately, many Christian men today have all but abandoned the good fight that Christ has called us to. We often sit on the sidelines and ignore costly discipleship for the sake of comfort or avoiding fear. It is time for Christian men to get back on the frontlines of the spiritual battle. It is time for us to wage war against the kingdom of darkness and advance the kingdom of God; first in our own lives, then in the world.

The goal of this group is to call men out of the snares of isolation, sexual sin, and cultural Christianity and into a radical lifestyle of following Jesus, no matter the cost.  During our gatherings, we will take time to bond with each other in fellowship, study Scripture together, encourage one another to grow in our accountability and discipleship, and pray for one another.  We hope you can join!!

For more info and to find a link to sign up, click here.

Campbell & Cupertino Home Group: Praying Like Monks, Living Like Fools

Starting June 14th -  A group of people will meet on the second and fourth Fridays of the month from 7:00-8:30pm with the intent to improve our prayer lives. Over the summer we are going to go through a series on prayer using Tyler Staton's Praying Like Monks, Living Like Fools workbook and corresponding book.  There are reading assignments and questions to answer in preparation for the meetings.  We'd love to have you join us!

For more info, check out the group page here.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Bob Coffey at  

Acts 29 Global Prayer Meeting - Tuesday, June 18th

We invite you to our upcoming Global Prayer (Zoom) Meeting, where Acts 29 church members from around the globe unite in prayer. This is an opportunity to connect with pastors, leaders, and fellow attendees as we hear insights from our network leaders, and pray specifically for our worldwide community of churches.

Together, we aim to catalyze a movement of effective and multiplying churches worldwide. By coming together in prayer, we strengthen our collaboration in church planting and further our mission to see a global impact.

We encourage you to join us in this powerful time of prayer across different time zones and continents.

Click here to register.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at  .

All Church Campout - Save the Date!

As many of you know, last year we had an awesome time at our All Church Campout which was held at Mount Madonna County Park (just 45 minutes from the church, but it feels like a world away).  We camped Saturday night and held the service in the redwoods there on Sunday morning. 

Good news: we’re planning to do it again!  Group campsites were harder to come by this year due to forest upkeep projects, but we were able to snag one for the weekend of August 2-4.  Mark your calendars now and plan to join us.  You won’t want to miss it!  More info to come as we get closer to the date.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at  .

Sunday Prayer Walk - Sunday, June 23rd!

We will be gathering after service this Sunday, June 23rd at 1:00pm to do a prayer walk in the local neighborhood! So grab lunch after the service, and consider joining us to pray for our neighboring community, as we hope to have the opportunity to share the gospel with those who are open and ready to engage. We'll have a brief time before the prayer walk to discuss what to pray for, so we invite anyone regardless of experience to join and learn.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Chris Keener at  .  

All Church Prayer - Sunday, July 7th!

Prayer is the start of everything good (Acts 1:14).  It is the death of self-reliance and the lifeline of faith.  It is the moving of our eyes outward and upward.  It is the stretch of our empty hands towards a Father rich in mercy.  As a church we prioritize this regular prayer meeting because of our deep-seated conviction that, while man can plant and water, it is only God who can cause the growth (1 Cor. 3:7).

This Sunday's prayer meeting will held in-person at 6:00pm at the Wilson Residence.  Click here for more info.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at  .

All Church Hangout - Sunday, July 7th!

Meaningful community is hard to find in Silicon Valley, even in the church.  Our congregation is spread out all over the city. But there is one day of every week when we all commit to gather together and worship our God: Sunday. It seems strategic to take this pre-existing momentum and work with it in an attempt to develop deeper community within our body. Therefore, on occasional Sundays throughout the year we will invite the church to enjoy picnic-style afternoons together immediately following the service.

The Plan:  After service, bring or buy your lunch and join us at the tables out back for a picnic-style afternoon (we may shift inside depending on weather).  We’ll also open the gym for people to play in!

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at   .  

New City Catechism - This Week's Q&A

Question 12
What does God require in the ninth and tenth commandments?

Ninth, that we do not lie or deceive, but speak the truth in love. Tenth, that we are content, not envying anyone or resenting what God has given them or us.

(For more, click here.)

Note: For 2024-25, we will be progressing through the catechism at a slower place—lingering on the same question for two weeks at a time.

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