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UPDATE MARCH 2020


As the content of this update shows, we have continued to receive amazing blessings over the past few months, some coming in strange disguises. We have also experienced nothing short of an amazing miracle, in regard to our Moise, who survived a most brutal attack on Christmas day. Let us not be people who “see but do not see,” but rather, people who see, perceive and appreciate the amazing works of God in our lives and in our Mercy work. In Springs of Carmel 2020 (pg 109), we read that our lives are “programmed for holiness” and that “we need to learn and adopt the etiquette of God“. This puts a very different perspective on everything. The Lord works marvels for us, holy is his name. 

Diana Beamish   



MERCY HOUSE’s GOT TALENT
We Got Brains… Felix Once again our Sudanese student has excelled himself. Apart from awarding Felix Top Student Award twice
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TRAGEDY STRIKES AGAIN – WE BID FAREWELL TO OUR VANNEAUX
On Wednesday, 6 June 2012 Vanneaux Kongolo, young refugee from the DRC, took his life.  It was an act of
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December 2011
HOLIDAY FUN Lucky Boys Moise Zeng The Christmas holiday started at the beginning of December and ours was full of fun.
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MERCY HOUSE VIDEO
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MERCY HOUSE IN MOURNING…..
Sister Fidelis (Left) and Tish (Right) at Mercy House It is with immense regret and sadness that we announce the
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LATEST UPDATE
ALL GOOD THINGS COME TO AN END It was with grateful hearts, albeit also a little sadness, that we said good bye
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COUNTING OUR BLESSINGS – CAN’T STOP
ANJA IS BACK Could we ask for anything better?!Readers may know that we have over the 17 years of our
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THE WEDDING REALLY DID HAPPEN….
Our long awaited event, the wedding of Emmanuel and Natalie , took place on Saturday 9 April 2011 in the
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A TRIBUTE TO OUR BELOVED SISTER FIDELIS
I was attending a  First Communion celebration in Malvern in October 2000 when a very small, elderly nun came up to me
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SOME MERCY HOUSE ACHIEVEMENTS
1. When Mercy House started in 1996, it accommodated 5 Ethiopian doctors who were totally stranded at the time, as
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