Mt. Carmel extends a special welcome to visitors! Please fill out a visitor card in the pew rack and drop it in the offering plate so that we can stay in touch.
We believe in intergenerational worship! We welcome and value children of all ages as a part of our worship. Children’s activity bags are on the lower shelf of the book cart in the narthex. If you need a more private space with your children, you are welcome to use the narthex or the family room in the back of the balcony. We also have a nursery staffed and available for little ones during worship services. Ask the ushers if you need assistance.
Portable hearing devices, large-print bulletins and back cushions are available from the ushers.
Frodo – “I wish the ring had never come to me. I wish none of this had happened” Gandalf – “So do all who live to see...
Remember from the ’90s: WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?) The phrase is an attempt to call people to consider how Jesus might respond to personal situations in daily life. Jesus Calling is there to help us strengthen our relationship, so we can better understand what Jesus would do. If you have not yet picked up your family’s devotional book, there are copies available in the Narthex.
In the midst of the busy Advent season, you are invited to come to the Mt. Carmel Sanctuary on Wednesdays, December 5, 12, and 19 to Pause for Prayer. The sanctuary will be open for prayer from 5:30-6:30 p.m., with meditative music and candles. Contemplative coloring will be available as well for the child in all of us.
Substitute Sunday school teachers are needed to fill in or assist a full year Sunday school teacher when there is a need.
Just having a few individuals who are willing to jump in to assist is a great way to support our wonderful Sunday School teachers and our children. Please email Nick Ralston if you are able to help.
The Mt. Carmel church bus can pick you up for Sunday worship. Please call or email the church office by Friday at 3 p.m.