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!

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

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

Office Hours

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

Closed Holidays

Updates

Disciple Maker Index Survey --  We need 100% Participation

Our Lady of Mount Carmel will be participating in the diocesan-wide Disciple Maker Index (DMI) Survey between now and March 22. This nationally recognized survey has been administered at parishes around the United States and Canada since 2013. Our Lady of Mount Carmel, as part of the Diocese of Columbus Real Presence Real Future planning process, will participate in this survey during Lent. The results from our parish survey will not only be used for information and planning for our own parish but will also be included the in national results which track trends, growth, and Church-related opportunities nationwide. You can take the survey online at https://www.catholicleaders.org/columbusdmi or via a paper copy available at the parish through March 22.  This is an exciting opportunity for our parish, and I hope you will participate! The DMI survey was developed by the Catholic Leadership Institute in conjunction with advising US bishops and Catholic lay leaders in 2013. The DMI Survey was created as a tool to help more Catholics to grow along their faith journey with Christ and to become more engaged in the community life of the parish. The DMI Survey seeks to provide parishioners an opportunity to reflect on their spiritual growth as well as provide parish leadership with invaluable insights regarding a parish’s strengths and opportunities.

By Our Lady of Mount Carmel participating in this survey, the results will provide meaningful input about our parish as we begin our own planning process as part of Real Presence Real Future. The information from the DMI Survey will give insight into our priorities and into the allocation and realignment of resources over the next few years as our parish strives to help parishioners more effectively along their personal journey of faith.

 

Sundays during Lent-- Eucharistic Adoration with Benediction between the 8am and 11am Mass starting at 9:15am to 10:15am. Same Guidelines as above.

Fridays during Lent-- Stations of the Cross with Benediction at 7pm.

 

 

 

 

Food Pantry News - The OLMC Food Pantry is once again open on Wednesdays from 1- 2:30.  If you would like to donate to the pantry, you may either drop your food off before or after Mass.  You may also drop your donations at the Parish Office from 9 am - 3 pm Mondays thru Thursday or Friday 9 am - noon.