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What We Believe:

  We strive to follow the example of the early church;  

“And they continued steadfast in the Apostle’s Doctrine and Fellowship, and in the Breaking of Bread, and in Prayers  Acts 2:42


How to become a Christian 

1.)   Hear the “good news” of Jesus Christ (Romans 10:14)

2.)   Believe (Hebrews 11:6; Acts 8:37; Mark 16:16; John 8:24)

3.)   Repent of our sins (Luke 13:3,5; Acts 2:38; Acts 17:30; Mark 10:15)

4.)   Confess faith in Jesus Christ (Acts 8:36-37; Romans 10:9)

5.)   Be baptized (in water) for the forgiveness of sins (Acts 2:37-41; 1Peter 3:21; John 3:3-        Acts 22:16; Romans 6:3-8; Colossians 2:12; Galatians 3:26-27; Mark 16:15-16; Acts 8:34-39; Ephesians 4:5)

6.)   Remain faithful for the rest of our lives and carry our cross daily

Our History

     Sometime in the late 1970's., it became apparent to the members of Mt. Carmel Christian Church that the time had arrived that the new church building which had been a dream for many years should become a reality. The continued growth of the congregation had rendered the present facility inadequate.

On April 22nd, 1979 groundbreaking ceremonies were held on a beautiful tract of land situated on the north side of the village of Meadowview.

     That day marked the beginning of a labor of love. Day after day, night after night, members and friends came; skilled craftsmen, some not so skilled but willing to labor and learn, and women gave their time and talents and at a rapid pace; only hampered by the weather; Mt. Carmel's new building took shape. With much prayer, love and labor on Sunday, July 20th, 1980 a dedication ceremony took place and the building could now be used for which it was constructed. To send forth the Good News; the Word of God to upbuild and advance His Kingdom here on Earth. To be a house of worship.