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Mount Carmel is a place where people can meet Jesus,  engage in life-giving community, and worship as the gathered body of Christ Jesus. We believe in creating a space where people can have authentic encounters with Christ as they sing praises to Him and hear from His word, discover their gifts, and use them for God's glory. Join us for our Sunday services!

When we Meet

Sunday Mornings

10:00 am

Wednesday Evenings

6:30 pm

Don't Mind Me, I'm New Here

Beginning anything is difficult. The first day of a new school, the first day of a new job, the first visit to a new church, or maybe the first visit to church period. Most of us just want to be anonymous in each one of those circumstances. Maybe this will help... every single one of us at Mount Carmel had a first time we visited.

Listen, we would love to have you worship with us. We promise to greet you with a smile, and help you in any way we can. Our desire is that you can come into the worship service and do what the service is intended for, to worship Jesus. Hopefully, the following information will give you the confidence to come worship with us this Sunday.

How Long Do Your Services Last?

Our services generally last an hour and a half unless there is a special event that day.

What Kind of Music Will I Hear?

Our music is what we refer to as blended. We sing old hymns and current Christian songs. As we worship through the singing of the word, feel free to raise your hands in worship and shout an Amen during or after the song.

What Kind of Ministries Are There For My Kids?

We absolutely love families at Mount Carmel. Nurseries are provided for infants and toddlers. We also have children's church for kids in K-5th Grade which begins immediately following the song service.
The fourth Sunday of every month is "Big Church Sunday". On "Big Church Sunday", children (K-5th Grade) stay in the sanctuary for the entire service. It is crucial to our children's spiritual formation to know what happens in "Big Church". We believe that children need to be exposed to worshiping in the sanctuary with their parents and/or loved ones at a young age. Watching others worship and having an opportunity for loved ones to give instruction for worship is helpful for their acclimation into "Big Church".

What Should I Wear?

There is no dress code at Mount Carmel. Some people like to dress up while others prefer comfort,
but the most important thing is that you don't feel like there's an expectation of what you will need to wear
to be a part of worship with us. Come as you are, we will be glad to have you worship with us.

What Kind of Preaching Should I Expect?

The preaching is what we refer to as "expository preaching". At MCBC, we work hard to understand the text
and expose the ever-changing world to God's never-changing message directly from the truth found in the
Holy Scriptures. Our sermons do call for action. Because God is who He has said He is and His word is eternal
truth. Preaching the word to men, women, and children alike calls for a response. The big difference between
teaching and preaching is that preaching calls for a response to what you've heard. We call that exhortation.

To translate that into normal people language, you can expect to hear something that forces you to reflect upon your own life versus the life Jesus has for you. Most of the time this reflection exposes where our lives have gone astray from God's expectations for us. When we realize this, we have a choice to make and action to take. The Bible calls for those who follow Jesus to repent or turn away from those things that separate us from God and then turn to God for forgiveness.

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