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Hillcrest Home

Hillcrest Home was established in 1953 by missions-minded Amish. They took over administrative responsibility of a county retirement home in Harrison, Arkansas. The home began under the auspices of the Amish organization, Mission Interests Committee. By the end of the decade, Hillcrest Home and M.I.C. had transitioned into the Beachy Amish-Mennonite affiliation, along with its mission-minded Amish supporters.

Today, the home is still owned by the county but operated by the Beachy Amish-Mennonites. Young adults may choose to come to the home and work for one to two years as volunteers. Income generated by Hillcrest Home helps support M.I.C.’s other mission programs, including mission churches in Ireland and northwestern Ontario.

For more information, visit Hillcrest Home’s website.

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