Established in 2005, the core values that shape Mercy UK and the services provided are a passion for God, passion for people and passion for excellence
There is nothing we enjoy more than empowering the body of Christ to walk in wholeness, strength and freedom through building effective discipleship resources, providing pastoral support services and our residential homes for women with life controlling issues
The vision for Mercy United Kingdom was launched in 1999 after Pastor Paul Scanlon from Life Church, Bradford met Nancy Alcorn and heard about the work of Mercy Ministries (now known as Mercy Multiplied).
Convinced that the UK needed homes too and passionate about reaching the broken, he formed a team to bring Mercy to the UK; a team which included our Chief Executive, Arianna Walker.
In 2005, Mercy UK became an independent charity, governed by a UK Board of Trustees. Then in 2006 we opened our home and have since seen over 300 incredible, courageous young women enter through our doors.
Now, over ten years on, with a commitment to always run residential homes, we have enlarged and expanded our services to the local church with Keys to Freedom, our 8 week interactive discipleship course.