with Jericho Road
All gifts and contributions are fully tax deductible
UPCOMING TOUR DATES
Concert @ 6:00 pm Dinner after
Mercy River Quartet has committed themselves to serving the Lord and sharing the gospel in song. Their desire to serve God and see souls come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ is the very foundation of their ministry. MRQ strives to encourage and uplift believers through word and song, their desire is to plant seeds in the hearts and minds of unbelievers, seeking to build the Kingdom of Heaven.
Mercy River will have you smiling, laughing and crying; Christians will be encouraged and blessed and the unbeliever will feel the tug of the Holy Spirit on their heart. Having your worship service or concert led by Mercy River Quartet is one focused on Jesus Christ and is sure to bless your heart.
As a pastor I realize how hard it is to get good music that you can trust to come to your church and that is why I am writing this letter of recommendation, because I have found that group.
In His Name,
Pastor Tom Williams
Liberty Baptist Church
The Mercy River Quartet is a very talented group. They have ministered for The Buckeye State Gospel Singing Association several times and are a blessing! They serve the Lord through song with Great Enthusiasm!
Praise the Lord,
I wholeheartedly recommend Mercy River Quartet as a great group to come to your church also.
Michael Adkins, Pastor
Canton Calvary Church of the Nazarene
Dear Brother Jeff,
You guys are GREAT!
Pastor Thomas Shank
Fellowship Baptist Church
What a blessed evening with Mercy River Quartet. They bring the gospel in word and song. We have been blessed by their ministry for 4 years now. Each time gets better! If you are looking for a group who loves and serves the Lord, we highly recommend them.
Pastor John Simms
North Salem Community Church
Your group did a great job and we heard many positive remarks about your group. It was a perfect fit! Also very easy to work with. A true pleasure!
Amish Country Theater
Recently after a concert in West Virginia a little girl handed Chris a folded piece of paper. Chris opened the paper and the artwork above was what he found. The heartfelt expression from a precious little one of how much she enjoyed the concert. Humbling is what comes to mind. Often times as adults we dismiss the children, like they're too young to understand or feel, or have thoughts and ideas. Brylee, thank you, sweetheart, for this beautiful picture! Thank you for taking the time to draw it. It meant a lot to each of us. God bless you Brylee and we hope to see you again when we are in West Virginia in a few months.