Welcome to Circle of Mercy

Coronavirus Reponse Plan/Update

Pastoral Letter


All in-person gatherings are cancelled until further notice in order to adhere to the CDC guidelines to help keep our community as safe and healthy as is possible during the Coronavirus pandemic. 

We will be sending out links to weekly worship services through our email list.

We will also be staying in touch through our weekly e-Newsletter Mercy Notes.

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Circle of Mercy is a welcoming, inclusive, and celebrative community of believers. We are committed to spiritual formation that nurtures prayerful discernment, invites compassionate service, and prompts prophetic action. We believe that turning to God also means turning to the world—especially to its broken places—as agents of healing and hope. 

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We currently meet at 15 Overbrook Place, Asheville, NC 28805 (in East Asheville). We share space with our sister congregration, Land of the Sky United Church of Christ.  Our worship services begin at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday evenings.



We are a Peace Church

Believing that the life and teachings of Jesus call us to be active peacemakers and to reject violence, we have proclaimed Circle of Mercy a Peace Church. With this statement, members of Circle of Mercy Congregation declare our conversion to the reconciling work of Christ, which is our highest calling. Read our Peace Church Statement.



We are an Open, Weloming & Affirming Congregation 

    Circle of Mercy is an open, welcoming, and affirming congregation, recognizing that all persons are created in the image of God with inherent dignity and worth.  Please read our welcoming statement. We support the missions of the UCC Open and Affirming Coalition and the Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists.


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