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Celebrate House of Mercy’s 18th Anniversary with Us!

Celebrate House of Mercy’s 18th Anniversary with Us!

You are invited to join us in celebrating House of Mercy's 18th Anniversary with a Mass and small reception on Saturday, June 22nd at 9 am. We are excited to commemorate 18 years of dedicated service and impact in our community. Over the years, House of Mercy has been...

House of Mercy Chosen Non-Profit for Fruhlingsfest Proceeds

House of Mercy Chosen Non-Profit for Fruhlingsfest Proceeds

We are thrilled to announce that House of Mercy has been chosen as the recipient of all proceeds from Lindsay Volkswagen of Manassas' recent Fruhlingsfest! This vibrant event, reminiscent of Oktoberfest but in the spring, was a massive hit, bringing the community...

Manassas food pantry coping with surge in demand

Manassas food pantry coping with surge in demand

        Jim Hale | Catholic Herald Staff Writer | 6/13/24 Poverty in the diocese is increasing and the path to poverty is “complicated” according to Jessica Root, executive director of the House of Mercy, which operates a food pantry, thrift store and clothing...

The Wheeler Report – Ribbon Cutting Highlights

The Wheeler Report – Ribbon Cutting Highlights

Friday, October 28, Chair Wheeler attended House of Mercy's (issue 105) ribbon cutting for the expansion of its food pantry, which now occupies all the suite spaces in its current building at 8154 Flannery Court in Manassas. Learn more about the food pantry here....

Gift Cards Now Available for Our Thrift Store!

Gift Cards Now Available for Our Thrift Store!

The Thrift Store @ House of Mercy is thrilled to announce that we now offer gift cards for all your gift-giving needs! Visit us in-store and purchase either a physical gift card or eGift card for your favorite thrifter! You can also purchase eGift cards online here....

House of Mercy Encourages NOVA to Get Your Green On This Spring

House of Mercy Encourages NOVA to Get Your Green On This Spring

From March 1st to Earth Day (April 22nd)  House of Mercy Food Pantry and Thrift Store is encouraging the community to wear green.  When people think of wearing green in March their first thought is usually the color, in honor of St. Patrick’s day, but this year we also want to celebrate going green by being conscious of our impact on the environment through wearing second-hand clothing.

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