Watch A Service from Carmel New Church

People are drawn to connect with others and be part of a community. The current isolation shows the importance of those connections. We invite you to join us at church on Sunday when that becomes possible. Until then, we still want to connect with you online. Join us live every Sunday @ 11 am (10am in July & August).

The Building Healthy Relationships program is a six (6) week sermon series drawing from the Biblical story of the Sermon on the Mount, and explores how you can apply the story to your life. Jesus said that everything in the Bible points to two things: loving the Lord and loving the neighbour (Matt. 22: 32-40). He said the same two kinds of love would bring us eternal life, and to give an example He told the story of the Good Samaritan who helped a man lying wounded by the roadside. Then Jesus said we should be like that Samaritan and be a good neighbour (Luke 10: 25-37).

The goal of this program is simply to be an instrument in helping you improve your personal relationships by connecting with the Lord and His Word, and in creating a space so you and others can share what you learn and experience. Tasks, activities, stories and insights are provided to aid this process.

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Sunday Service - What to Expect

  • A 1-hour long service
  • Families worship together for the first half of the service.
  • Age-specific classes and projects for children during the second half of the service.
  • Lessons and messages that challenge and inspire.
  • A sphere of worship designed to let us take time, turn to the Lord, reflect and learn.
One Hour Long Service at Carmel New Church
Interior of Carmel New Church Building
Inspiring Worship and Lessons at Carmel New Church
Family Worship at Carmel New Church