We have exciting programs for every age group! Your kids will learn about the Bible through hands-on activities, songs, crafts, games and more! earlyMOVERS and kidMOVERS programming coincides with adult services.

  • earlyMOVERS (Birth-2 years old)
  • kidMOVERS (Preschool-5th Grade)
  • studentMOVERS (6th-12th Grade) - Our students gather on Tuesdays evenings from 7-8:30pm at 27 Depot St.


The Experience Team consists of our music team, video crew, lighting and sound technicians, creative team, greeters, and other volunteers. It’s our hope that the overall experience would  captivate you, draw you in, and prepare your heart to encounter Jesus every week!

Each area of the team is dynamic and growing, and we are always in need of dedicated and talented volunteers. For more information or to get involved in any of these areas, please send an email to Mark Papp or Dave Morang.


The Prayer Team is a dedicated group of people committed to praying daily for the church leadership and it's body of believers. We strive to encourage others to develop their own personal prayer life, and we also make ourselves available to pray for their specific prayer concerns.

Visit us in the Prayer Room if you would like us to pray for/with you for a specific concern.  Or, you may also fill out a Prayer Card and check off that you would like the Prayer Team to be praying for this concern.  Anything mentioned in the Prayer Room or on the Prayer Card is held in the strictest confidentiality.


We place a great emphasis on missions and outreach.  At least 10% of all donations received by the church are invested in various mission projects here in the 603 and around the world.  We are so very excited about what God is doing in Merrimack, in the state of New Hampshire, New England, the Nation and the Nations. Our team prayerfully considers every mission, asking God to lead us towards a comprehensive missions plan that matches what God has called us to do through M O V E M E N T long term.

food pantry

The Food Pantry provides healthy food and other essential items to low-income residents in the local community.  As a registered agency with the NHFB and in accordance with USDA guidelines, the Food Pantry does not engage in discrimination, in the provision of service, against any person because of race, color, citizenship, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation including gender identity, unfavorable discharge from the military or status as a protected veteran. A number of people volunteer every week to help provide groceries for dozens of families in our community. We are open every Tuesday 11:30am-1:00pm for distribution.