The gospel is very clear – every one of us needs to be rescued, and we all need help. Jesus came to bring restoration to all parts of who we are, not just the spiritual.

We see this clearly in the gospels as he heals people physically, restores them socially, comforts them emotionally and redeems them spiritually.

At NMCC, not only will we systematically work to build a culture where it is safe to seek help no matter the type of struggle an individual is facing, but we will also provide concrete tools and services for those seeking emotional, psychological and physical help.

In-house Pastoral Counseling

Pastor John Huh, who received his Ph.D. in pastoral counseling at Princeton Theological Seminary, has established a New Mercy counseling program so that people can receive immediate help and intervention for emotional and psychological needs. If you or someone close to you would like to receive counseling or if you just need to talk, please make an appointment by contacting Pastor John at

Inner-healing Counseling

Inner-healing are sessions where we allow the Holy Spirit to bring to light, and heal root issues that keep us from living a truly transformed life. Inner-healing sessions consist of a trained ministry team of two to three people, in a two hour session. The person receiving prayer, and the ministry team will participate in actively hearing God's voice together. If you would like to schedule a session, please contact Pastor Lisa Yu at


Participating in Grace Redeemer Church's program, New Mercy Community Church is part of a Christ-centered recovery program based on the Beatitudes. Celebrate Recovery (CR) is in 25,000 churches worldwide (most in the U.S.) and is for anyone with the courage to be honest about life’s "hurts, habits and hang-ups" and willing to open their life to healing and change. Participants open the door by sharing their experiences and hopes with one another.

In addition, they become willing to accept God’s grace and forgiveness in solving life’s problems. This ministry meets at Grace Redeemer but is available to all people, whether or not they attend New Mercy or Grace Redeemer. If you would like to visit one of these meetings, please contact Pastor John Huh at

Additionally, you may join us there on every Wednesday evening from 7-10pm.