Welcome to the Our Lady of Mount Carmel website and thank you for visiting us.  We are a faith-based community focused on bringing the Gospel of Christ to life in our homes, community, and the world.  As a Christian community, we are called to worship God, to study and to live the teachings of the Gospels and to serve our fellow man as Jesus has commanded us.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel is a small family- oriented parish which allows our parishioners to form lasting friendships.  We celebrate with each other in times of joy, support each other in times of need, and comfort each other in times of sorrow.  Through the efforts of our Knights of Columbus, St. Vincent de Paul, and Parish Food Pantry, we extend our care to the surrounding community.  We welcome you and invite you to worship with us!

Mass Times

Weekday Masses - Mon. & Weds. - 8 am

Communion Service/ Prayer Service -
Tues. & Thurs. 8 am

Morning Prayer - Friday - 8 am

Saturday Vigil Mass - 4 pm

Sunday Masses - 8 am & 11 am

Stations of the Cross - every Friday during Lent - 7 pm

Palm Sunday - Regular Mass Schedule

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Office Hours

Monday - Thursday - 9 am until 3 pm
Friday - 9 am - Noon

Closed Holidays


Lent is rapidly approaching!  Ash Wednesday, February 14, is a day of fasting and abstinence.  Masses will be held at Our Lady at 8 am and 7 pm.  During the Lenten Season, Stations of the Cross are offered every Friday evening at 7 pm followed by Adoration and Benediction.

Rules for Fasting and Abstinence during the Lenten Season:  During Lent, we are required to fast on two days - Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.  Fasting means you may have 2 small (or lesser) meals and 1 regular meal.  Fasting applies to those 18 yrs. old through their 60th birthday.  Abstinence is refraining from eating the meat of warm-blooded mammals or fowl.  This includes any soups or gravies made from them.  All persons age 14 until death are required to abstain from meat during all Fridays of Lent.