House of Mercy

Nurturing Hope, Transforming Lives, Embodying God’s Endless Mercy

Welcome to House of Mercy – a beacon of hope, compassion, and transformation in our community. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we are steadfast in our commitment to feeding, clothing, educating, and praying for those in need, exemplifying God’s boundless love and mercy.

OUR MISSION

At House of Mercy, our mission is to create environments where God’s mercy flourishes. We strive to provide not only the basic necessities but also opportunities for personal and spiritual growth. Through our unwavering dedication, we aim to be a catalyst for positive change in the lives of individuals and families in our community.

OUR VISION

Our vision is to overcome spiritual and material poverty in our community. We believe in addressing both the immediate needs for sustenance and the long-term goals of personal and spiritual development, fostering a community where everyone can thrive.

OUR VALUES

Our core values guide every aspect of our work
  • Relationships: Building meaningful connections within our community.

  • Sustainability: Ensuring our efforts have a lasting and positive impact.

  • Service: Embracing a selfless commitment to those we serve.

  • Dignity: Upholding the inherent worth and respect of every individual.

  • Integrity: Acting with honesty, transparency, and accountability.

OUR history

House of Mercy traces its roots back to 2005 when Kellie Ross and Fr. Jack Fullen initiated a prayer ministry. Witnessing the pressing need for essentials like food and clothing, they expanded their services fueled by their Catholic faith. Their vision was not just to help people survive but to thrive, sharing the love of God through tangible acts of kindness.

OUR STAFF

Our dedicated team includes a Board of Directors, a staff of ALMOST THIRTY, and HUNDREDS OF passionate volunteers. Visit our staff page for individual contacts or explore our volunteer page to join us on this transformative mission.   learn more

oUR bOARD

Since our incorporation in 2007, House of Mercy has been led by a devoted Board of Directors. These individuals volunteer their time, resources, and energy to oversee operations, provide strategic direction, and ensure the sustainability of House of Mercy for the future needs of our community.