Mercy Ministries has been blessed to partner with St. Mary’s Food Bank and Waste Not by offering a weekly one-day distribution to those who are in need. Each Tuesday morning, we distribute up to 20,000 lbs. of food to an average of 225 – 300 family units. Our desire is to build meaningful relationships and assist with an immediate physical need for many within our community
To receive food through the distribution, come see us at 745 W. Fillmore St., Phoenix, on Tuesday mornings from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Walk-up and drive-through for food is available.
9 – 11:30 am: Pre-bagging and pre-boxing of food for distribution on Tuesday mornings.
7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.: Food distribution set-up
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.: Food distribution.
12 p.m. – 1 p.m.: Clean-up.
To make a financial contribution for the ongoing expenses of the food distribution, please visit our giving tab and direct your gift to “unrestricted.” A gift of $125 will provide one week’s worth of boxes to be filled with food for distribution!
For more information about St. Mary’s Food Bank & Waste Not, visit:
Individuals served weekly
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Families served weekly
Mercy Ministries is pleased to offer our Hope Closet on Fridays from 12 – 3 p.m. Clothing, shoes, and toiletry items are available for individuals in need in our community.
To receive items from the Hope Closet, please visit us at 745 W. Fillmore St., Phoenix, on Fridays between 12 – 3 p.m. and following the signs to the Hope Closet.
For questions, or to make donations to the Hope Closet, please contact.
The Hope Closet runs on a donation basis. If you would like to donate items to the Hope Closet, please contact [email protected]. If you would like to make a financial contribution to purchase items for the Hope Closet, please visit our giving tab and direct your gift to “unrestricted.”
“Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and He will reward them for what they have done.”
Hope for Addiction
Hope for Addiction seeks to connect the desire to change with the power to change. This group is for those seeking to live a sober life and a life of stability from any addiction through the Gospel. Hope for Addiction meets in various churches throughout the metro Phoenix area. We are pleased to offer this group in the downtown Phoenix area each Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at Mercy Hill Church. We believe hope is found in Jesus. If you are hurting and looking for a group that cares, we are here for you.
Please join us on Wednesday evenings, 7 p.m., 745 W. Fillmore St., Phoenix, AZ 85007
Mercy Ministries believes that through Jesus and His word, there are powerful, life-changing answers for every issue faced. There is real help and hope for you today!
Are you interested in more information and / or receiving Biblical counseling? Please contact [email protected].
Juntos supports the vision of Mercy Hill Church in being one diverse united body of Christ. We provide English and Spanish language learning where members of our church and neighborhood come together to develop practical language speaking skills that enable us to see, hear, and embrace the extraordinary goodness of Jesus together
Mercy Ministries has been blessed to partner with Neighborhood Ministries, Arizona State University (ASU), and the SURGE Network to offer The Neighbor’s Table: Experiencing God’s Heart for the Immigrant. Neighbor’s Table is a unique experience for church members who are ready to experience God’s heart for the immigrant. Through sharing a meal and stories with an immigrant family, participants have the opportunity to consider welcoming (Matt 25:35) and loving (Lev. 19:34) those who are sojourning in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Our purpose is to:
- Help individuals better understand God’s own immigration story.
- Create empathy for the immigrant experience.
- Affirm our unity in Christ—citizen and immigrant.
- Provide options for responding to the immigrant experience.
To read more about the Neighbor’s Table: https://nmphx.com/the-neighbors-table/
Housing & Urban Development (HUD)
As of 2021, Mercy Hill Church is in the 24th year of a 40-year contract with HUD that provides housing for qualifying senior adults. This housing exists on the church property and will be owned by the church at the conclusion of the 40-year contract.