On Monday, November 4th Mercy Health Center will be celebrating another year of God’s generous provision and welcoming His beautiful plans for its future. The event will take place at First United Methodist Church at 6pm. There will be music, catered meal, fellowship, a video presentation, and the recognition of six volunteers and two organizations for their faithful service to those most in need.
This year, Mercy is honored and humbled to welcome Jay and Katherine Arnold Wolf as special guest speakers for the evening. Katherine is a native Athenian and daughter of Brooks and Kim Arnold. Since surviving a near fatal brain stem stroke in 2008, Katherine, with the help and support of her husband Jay, has devoted her life to spreading and inspiring the healing power of hope in Christ through story, art, and goodwill. You will be blessed to spend time with these “missionaries of hope”–messengers who have come a long way to bring good news, that hope in Christ heals our souls. For more information, please visit their website at hopeheals.com.
Tickets to the event are free. Mercy is 100% community funded. Multi-year pledges raised at the dinner go to support Mercy’s operating budget and provide sustainability for Mercy’s ministry. We invite you to be a part of what God is doing to meet the needs of his people. Seats are limited.