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Use of Content

Mars Hill Church (“Mars Hill”) owns and/or maintains the following websites:

These websites are collectively referred to as the “Site”.

We frequently receive requests to use content we make available on the Site from third parties. This includes churches and para-church organizations, media outlets, and individual pastors and teachers. Our specific statement on use of our content can be found as part of our Terms and Conditions. The purpose of this Frequently Asked Questions page is to respond to the most commonly received requests. If there is any conflict between the responses to these FAQs and the Terms of Use, our Terms of Use control. If you don’t see your questions answered here, please email

Under no circumstances can you use any content on the Site for commercial advantage or private monetary compensation. This means you can’t sell our content and you can’t use it to market or advertise anything you are selling.

Under what circumstances can we use content we find on the Site?

All content, including video and audio communications, of any post or page found on the websites listed above are protected by United States and international copyright laws and use of any content found on these sites is subject to various terms and conditions. Please review our Copyright Notice for more information.

Can we play Mars Hill Church sermons in our church?

We want to be generous with our content while also ensuring we are not allowing our pastors to be the de facto pastor of an unhealthy or heretical church by preaching every Sunday. So, if you want to use our sermon videos every, or nearly every Sunday, then the answer is “No.”

If I use material from one of your sermon’s do I need to cite the preacher as the source of that material?

Yes. If you don’t cite the preacher, you are plagiarizing. If you use content from one of our sermons or from one of our books, you need to attribute the content (whether it is a quote or paraphrase) to the author or preacher. Also, even though we make transcripts available of our sermons, this does not mean you can take the transcript and deliver the sermon as though it is your own. This too is plagiarism.

The same answer applies to your use of sermon content from any other pastors and any of our blog posts.

What if I want to edit one of the sermons I found on the Site and include a clip of it on a website that I own or maintain or as part of a ministry. Is that acceptable?

No. You are not allowed to edit any of the content found on the Site. This includes sermons and blogs. If we have released a clip of a sermon, you can use that clip.

Can I have permission to translate sermons or blogs into a foreign language?

We currently translate some of our sermons and materials into Spanish, and we plan to provide translations in other languages as well. We may translate a sermon or blog post for your own personal use, but may not distribute, broadcast, or post any translation of our content.

Can I link to or repost one of the blog posts I found on the Site to my blog?

You are free to include a link on your blog to the Site on which the blog post you are interested in appears. You cannot cut and paste the blog post on your blog.

Can I use Mars Hill art, graphics, intro videos, and/or logos for my sermons?

No. At present, we don’t have the resources to package and provide these materials to other churches, home groups, etc. Our hope is to one day provide other churches and ministries with access to the art we develop, but in the meantime everything that we have to offer is available in our Media Library and subject to the Terms of Use. In addition, if you signed up for Mars Hill Church Campaigns, you will be given access to some of our art and graphics.

Does Mars Hill sell CDs or DVDs of sermons?

No, we provide files online for free. Burning these files to CD or DVD is perfectly fine as long as your use of the sermon content is consistent with our Terms of Use, but do not sell them or distribute them.


Can I get a tour of Mars Hill Church and meet with staff?

We receive a large number of requests from pastors and other church leaders who would like to visit Mars Hill Church and interact with staff, and unfortunately we cannot accommodate everyone. You are welcome to drop by for an informal visit to experience a Mars Hill service and see how we do church. Visit the Acts 29 website and the Resurgence for additional ministry training opportunities.

I’d like to offer Mars Hill Church the opportunity to host my event.

At this time we are not interested in hosting events.

Can I conduct an opinion poll or distribute materials among Mars Hill members?

In order to respect the privacy, the security, and the worship experience of our congregants, during church events we do not facilitate third party solicitation of any kind on Mars Hill premises or online.


Can Mars Hill Church sponsor me?

While Mars Hill Church does not grant sponsorship or endorsement requests, you’re welcome to discuss your need with your Community Group and/or church pastor.

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At Mars Hill, we believe that Jesus is God. We take him at his word. Because of this, everything we do is all about Jesus. We invite you to learn more about this man who is God and how you can find forgiveness and new life in him.

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