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Mission Statement

The United Methodist Bood of Worship, Batismal Covenant II-B, Congregational Pledge 2

The mission of the House of Mercy is to provide a safe, nurturing, God-centered home for the abused, neglected and homeless children of Coahuila, Mexico. Over 140 children have come to the Casa since it’s opening in January 2005.





Piedras Negras, Mexico is a border town of countless orphans. Parents attempting to cross the border leave their children in the city with no means of support. Many of the children become homeless without a family to provide food and shelter.

James 1:27 calls us as Christians to minister to the orphans and widows.


 The House of Mercy is designed to provide this care both physically and spiritually. The House of Mercy will provide:

Temporary housing for 106 children, Food, Clothing, and Christian Education


Future plans for the House of Mercy include a church, school, cottages and a medical facility. Adoptions are occasionally available.

"House Of Mercy - Orphanage"

These children are the kingdom’s pride and joy.” Luke 18:16