Sabbaths at Mercy
Church every Saturday in Franklin
Mercy Collective meets on Saturdays to celebrate the Lord of the Sabbath, Yeshua.
Our congregational worship service starts at 4 p.m. and usually lasts until about 6 p.m. or when the Spirit lifts.
We're a family-focused congregation that embraces the whole Body of believers.
We embrace the diversity of God's kingdom. Our congregation includes all ages, numerous cultural backgrounds, and an array of worship expressions.
Children’s ministries are available. Children's classes typically take place during the teaching portion of our worship services. A nursing mother's room and self-serve nursery are available.
What to expect?
Come expecting to meet with God. No two services are the same, as we serve the Living God and respond to His Holy Spirit. Our worship services are participatory. We encourage folks of all ages to express their adoration of the Lord with all of their hearts, minds, and strength. All are encouraged to worship Yeshua in freedom and reverence.
Our worship services are focused on the heart of Yeshua. We generally open with Scriptural recitations of the Shema and Lord's Prayer and then take communion together. We share in Biblical teaching, singing, and prayer.
Our songs are prayers to Him — not performances nor concerts. We most often sing contemporary worship songs, but we also sing in the Spirit and sing hymns, Psalms, and in Hebrew (transliterations are provided). Prophetic, instrumental, and spontaneous worship happens often. If you're unsure what to do: Pray and listen for His voice.
Most worship services are about two hours, though we follow the Spirit — not the clock. We worship until His Spirit lifts.
We meet in Franklin, Tennessee.
We are blessed to meet just south of Nashville at Full Life Assembly of God:
813 Oak Meadow Dr.
Franklin, TN 37064
Testimonies of lives touched by Yeshua
"Mercy Collective is a welcoming group of believers in Yeshua (Jesus) that embrace both Jew and Gentile as one man. If you're looking for a community of believers in the Nashville area this is the place to go."
"A place to come and fellowship with those who seek, those who knock, and those who ask for the Truth of God and His blessings."
"Mercy has been an oasis in a dry season of our lives. Just the worship, or just the timely teachings... either would have been enough, but the people and environment are wonderful as well."
"Everyone is so friendly and welcoming, which is just what this introvert needed. Hubby and I walked back to our car, looked at each other, and said we think we found our church home."
Our calling is Yeshua
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