Mercy Ministry

God’s mercy is what moves Him to alleviate the pain and suffering of His loved ones.  Following His lead, the Mercy ministry of Ebenezer church exists to come alongside of our friends in viable and practical ways.  As Jesus commands us to love our neighbor as ourselves (Mark 12:30-31) we understand that we all have times of crisis in our lives in which we need extra assistance.  Our vision is to come alongside our community members in helping to assess needs and offering solutions, and to become a community that responds to those in need with generosity, grace, and truth (Deuteronomy 15:7-11; Acts 2:44-45; 1 Thessalonians 4:11-12; 2 Thessalonians 3:6-10; 1 Peter 1:3-9; 2 Peter 1:3-11).

How We Can Help

Church members and regular attenders can receive help in many ways. Below are a few examples:


•  Financial assistance for basic living expenses (rent, food, utilities, medical, etc.)

•  Counseling Services

•  Prayer, spiritual guidance and accountability

•  Prepared meals for congregants with special circumstances

•  Biblical stewardship and budgeting guidance

Getting Help

Step 1: Contact Us

You can reach us by submitting the application below.

Step 2: Assessment

The pastoral team determines whether to accept you as a client based on a list of criteria (such as Ebenezer affiliation, type of need, and asset information).

Step 3: Getting Care

Our goal is to partner with you and see your situation change over time until you no longer need our assistance. This partnership is a two-way street. We expect you to be honest with us and to make full disclosure of your financial situation. You can expect us to strive to understand you, encourage you, and love you in Christ. We commit to provide for your basic needs when appropriate and to pray for and with you.

Mercy Ministry Care Request

Direct Contacts

If you need to get in contact with one of the pastoral staff directly, please connect with them through email addresses below.


Noel Musicha


Jere Lester


Ruby Tovar-Morin