There's room for you here. 

Join us this Sunday at 10:00am and you'll find a community of people who love to be together, are excited to welcome you in and are being transformed into the kind, generous, hospitable, joyful people we were meant to be.

Scroll down this page and you'll find answers to questions people ask before or during their first time at Mercy Hill.

Where are you exactly?

Our address is 15414 Minnetonka Industrial Road, Minnetonka MN. We are located in the very back of a bunch of industrial buildings off of Williston. It's a little hard to describe exactly where we are so every week we put out a bunch of sandwich board signs that will lead you right to where you need to go. Make sure to park close, we saved a spot for you! 

What do I need to know before I show up?

You should wear whatever you normally would on the weekend. Our music is good (and loud), our messages are thought provoking, insightful, and usually funny. We meet in a converted warehouse with really comfy seats. But, we do some stuff you may normally associate with a church that has pews. For example, we take communion every week. The people in our community are friendly and real. The coffee is hot and the donuts are sweet. And, if you're open to it, you'll experience God here because God is real and because God wants you to know Him and be transformed through that knowing.

What about my kids?

Our children's experiences are too much fun and too meaningful to be called babysitting but if you have kids they'll be safe. We have five unique environments for Infants, Walkers, 2 & 3 year olds, 4 & 5 year olds, and Elementary. Middle School and High School kids are welcome and included in our adult gathering. On Sunday nights we have our Middle and High School student gatherings. 

What if I don't have kids?

No worries. Whether you just moved into your first apartment or you dropped your last kid off at college, you are welcome here. You'll see and meet people like you and that will be great. And, you'll meet and see people that aren't like you and that will be great too!

Will anything strange happen?

Strange, no. Peculiar, yes. We believe that church is God forming a peculiar people committed more to loving God and loving others than to getting their own way or being comfortable. We do and say things that we believe shape us by and for God's love.