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!

The Catholic Foundation works with donors throughout the Diocese of Columbus to make a difference in our parishes and various Catholic organizations.  Through the donors’ generosity, The Catholic Foundation is able to provide grants each year to make programs and services possible.  The parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel is pleased to announce that this year we received three grants through The Catholic Foundation for various programs!  Our Saint Vincent DePaul chapter received a $3000 grant, Helping the Needy and Homeless in the Buckeye Lake Region to provide help with rent, utilities, housing of the homeless and other needs which might arise.  Our second grant entitled, Bringing the Bible to the People, provides our mixed Bible Study group with $2,000 for two series to be presented in the Fall and Spring with very little to no cost to the participants.  Keeping Our Children and Parishioners Safe, our third grant in the amount of $2,500, will go towards purchasing “kick locks” for the PSR classrooms and hall doors, purchasing a classroom to classroom intercom system, and a bullhorn to be used in case of evacuation to disperse information.  Thank you again to The Catholic Foundation and their donors for their continued commitment and support!

Office Hours

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

Closed Holidays

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

Click here to watch Mass live from OLMC.

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Spend some one-on-one time with Our Lord every Sunday during Advent between the masses.  This is your opportunity to pray in the presence of Jesus and contemplate the meaning of his birth, life, resurrection, and second coming.

OLMC's food pantry is open for food distribution to those in need on Wednesday's from 1:00-2:30pm.  The food pantry is located inside the church hall; please enter through the side doors.  

Donations for the food pantry may be made during distribution hours, after any of our regular masses, or at the parish offices during normal working hours.

Your generosity enables us to feed hungry families in Buckeye Lake.  Thank you!!

Going away for the weekend?  Visiting a different parish this Sunday?  Forgot your envelope?  You can still make your offering to OLMC.  Click the button above to send your gift online.  As always, thank you for your generosity!

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GOODBYE, BISHOP BRENNAN!  Bishop Brennan has been re-appointed and will be leaving the Diocese of Columbus in November.  To show him our appreciation and wish him well, there is a card at the door of the church (near the baptismal font) for any parishioners to sign, if they wish.  Bishop Brennan has blessed us by attending our parish picnics and has enjoyed visiting our parish as much as we have enjoyed having him here.  Let's wish him well and send him to New York with a wonderful keepsake from our paish!  The card will be available to be signed after the masses for the next few weekends.  If you are unable to sign the card in person, you may send an email message to Sharon in the parish office; these messages will be compiled and included with the card.


Check the calendar!!

We are at the end of our liturgical year!  Advent--and the new year--begins November 28.  With Christmas on Saturday this year, the various feasts and celebrations can make for a confusing schedule.  Please check our Events calendar to keep everything straight!!