|Mt Carmel Missionary Baptist Church||
Welcome to Mt Carmel Missionary Baptist Church
Located just south of Safford, AZ at the foot of beautiful Mt Graham, Mt Carmel is a traditional conservative Missionary Baptist Church. We believe in giving our best to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ and proclaiming His Word to those who come our way. After all, our ability to impress or entertain you will have absolutely no eternal value to you. You can only obtain eternal life through Jesus!
How Can You Be a Part?
We invite you to attend any or all of our services at Mt Carmel. We are located south of Safford at 910 West Cholla Drive, just off of Hwy 191 South (S 1st Ave). Look for the sign just past Jobi's Market.
More importantly, we invite you to get to know Jesus Christ, to grow in Him each and every day, and to worship Him in Spirit and in truth! We would relish the opportunity to encourage you in this journey...and to be encouraged by you!
About Our Services
Our Sunday morning services begin with a practical Bible Study class at 9:00 am followed by our Early Worship Service. Now we understand that 9:00 is not that early for most people and we only call it Early Worship because it happens before our traditional Morning Worship Service. That service begins at 11:00 am.
We are currently studying
the Book of Daniel in the early service.
Between the two worship services, we have a Sunday School class at 10:15 am. Sunday School divides our congregation into age appropriate classes in order to make sure everyone who participates can learn God's Word in a way that will help in our everyday lives.
For even more opportunities to strengthen your relationship with Christ, we also have an informal Bible discussion Wednesday at 10:00 am. On Sunday afternoon, several of our members also participate in a 3:00 p.m. service at HavenHealth of Safford. We would love to see you at any or all of our services!
And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much more as you see the Day [of the Lord] approaching. (NKJV)