Our Mission

Mercy CCPC provides biblically based volunteer peer counselling and support services in the greater Reading area for individuals and families.

We are a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization in existence to support individuals and families facing an unplanned pregnancy by ministering the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Our goal is to communicate the truth about "safe" sex and abortion and to help men and women cope with the after effects of an abortion.

Located in the heart of downtown Reading, Mercy serves people throughout Berks County.

Individuals and families facing an unplanned pregnancy are welcome to come to Mercy CCPC to learn about the options that are available. It is not necessary for anyone to face this situation alone. Making an educated decision takes place at Mercy as available information and resources are explored.

Individuals and families who have experienced an abortion are welcome to participate in our post abortion Bible Study, forgiveness and healing is offered through Christ.
Mercy is:
Pro-Life    Evangelical     Urban

While abortion is legal in our country, individuals and families facing an unplanned pregnancy need to make an informed decision. The decision to have an abortion will have a lifetime impact. It is Mercy's goal to present the truth about the risks, emotional aftermath and spiritual impact of making such a decision.

Mercy CCPC Hours of Operation:

Monday & Tuesday 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Wednesday - 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Thursday - 10:00AM - 3:00PM
Friday - CLOSED
Walk-Ins - Seen as we are available
Appointments Preferred - 610.376.0828

To Make Material Donations:
Please call to make arrangements to drop off at the center.

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If churches and individuals oppose abortion, they must be prepared to extend practical help to... the unmarried woman who is pregnant. To merely say...'you must not have an abortion' without being ready to involve themselves in the problem, is simply another way of being inhuman.

Francis A. Schaeffer & C. Everett Koop, M.D.
Whatever Happened to the Human Race