Mt. Carmel Presbyterian Church
6410 Lee Jackson Highway, P.O. Box 8, Steeles Tavern, VA 24476 - 540-377-6742
People consider many things when looking for a church home, or just visiting.
Be assured Mt. Carmel will welcome you with open arms and hearts.
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other back sermons available
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Easter Morning Cross
Whatever you're looking for... you mean something to God. As God's church, you mean something to us. You are always welcome here.
Pastor: Rev. Olivia Haney
Past sermons are available to read by clicking
on the link on the left side of this page
It's Raphine Carnival Time. We are asked again to help with donations of cakes. They are sold by the slice, with ice cream, or as a whole cake. Help us support this group which provides such valuable service to our community. You can bring them by the carnival grounds anytime from Wednesday morning until Saturday morning.
There will be NO July luncheon of any kind.
July 3 Celebration of Holy Communion Guest speaker Rev. Dr. Roy Martin. interim executive presbyter of the Shenandoah Presbytery
Rev. Haney will be attending General Assembly with her husband and son. She will then be on vacation. Linda Koogler, current clerk will be unavailable for an uncertain amount of time. In the event of an emergency please contact Brooke Boyd Assistant clerk to the session (540)448-2520.
Mt. Carmel Blood Drive
successfully obtained 16 units of blood.
Lap Blankets can be found
in the pews. These are for your use
during services in case you are chilly.
Here are some photos taken at the ETC day at Mt. Carmel. We had nice weather, even though a bit breezy and cool. The Blue Ridge Brass provided wonderful additional service music as we worshiped God. The smell of barbecue chicken wafted around the corner as lunch was being prepared on the grounds. Be sure to click on the link to the left and read the sermon from Sunday, "The Practice Field". It was truly a day of experimentation and "practicing", working together as a church community to work through what came our way and enabled us to turn our thought to preparing the way for the Savior's advent.
We are the church as God intended ..."...a community of believers who come together to follow the teachings of the Bible and spread the message of God's love. Along the way, we teach and share. We sing and laugh. We roll up our sleeves and get involved. And sometimes, we're quietly still in the presence of God."
God's presence in your life
Mt. Carmel is joining the 21st century, slowly but surely!. With the addition of the two Apple TVs at the front of the sanctuary we can now project items from the apple phone, I-Pad, or computer for all to see. We have begun placing all prayers, hymns, readings, responses, etc. on the TV screens for everyone to see. During the collection of the offering we will post a photo hopefully contributed by one of you. We suggest something that demonstrates God's presence in your life and our world.
Meet our two "adopted" children from Ethiopia.
Mt. Carmel is helping to support them through the ICare program.
Mitiku Roba Gubu
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Sunday School ... 10:00AM
Worship Service ... 11:00AM
Children's Church during worship after Children's Message
WORLD-WIDE COMMUNION SUNDAY
Lay Leader: Elliott Boyd
Greeter: Helen Chew
Children’s Sermon: Taysha Patterson
Lay Leader: Helen Chew Greeter: Dale Earhart
Children’s Sermon: Debbie Shickel
Lay Leader: Becky Boyd Greeter: Ray Snyder
Children’s Sermon: Becky Boyd
Lay Leader: David Smith Greeter: Nancy May
Children’s Sermon: Diann Snyder
Oct 5, 2014
The work of the Mission Committee is to create a mission mindset for our church in everything we do.
Serve and tell the story of Jesus Christ to those outside the walls of the church.
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A worship service is a celebration. It is a time when we come into God’s presence and praise Him. Each service is filled with music and teaching, joy and insight.
We provide many opportunities for people of all ages to experience and celebrate God and a life of faith.
So we can sing it,
and tell it, and live it.
Our building is handicapped entry friendly including ramps, restrooms on two levels, and ground level entrances. It is also air conditioned for summer comfort.
We welcome all who
wish to worship with us. Travelers are extremely welcome, whether bikers, campers or 18 wheelers.