Sunday Worship Service | 10 a.m.

Karmel - pronounced like the candy - and meaning "God's fruited field."   We are a century and a quarter year old congregation that is excited by the future God is continually unfolding here.

At Karmel, we do not press everyone into the same mold, because we believe God has shaped each of us uniquely, but we are also united in a common ministry.  We value reaching to our neighborhood through special events and ministries that serve community needs.  Our ministry also extends to the world through mission teams and on-going support of full-time missionaries.

We are passionately in love with the Lord, and are being transformed day by day as the Holy Spirit does what only God can do.  If you are considering a church family, we invite you to explore what Karmel Covenant might mean for you, especially as you deepen your life of faith.

Our worship services are developed thematically by utilizing many gifted and creative volunteers.  Our music reflects the diversity of our congregation by giving worship voice through both traditional and contemporary music, with a continuing emphasis on freshness and spiritual vitality.  Nursery & Early Childhood are available during Sunday School & Worship hours. Children are also provided with "Children's Church" during the adult sermon time.


Our Sunday School starts each Sunday at 9 a.m.  We have classes for all ages and we provide nursery for those under 2 years of age.

  • Early Childhood - Seedlings Classroom.
  • K-2nd Grade - Basement--Maple Classroom.
  • 3rd - 6th Grade-- Basement--Birch Classroom.
  • Confirmation Class - "The Forest"/Library
    9th - 12th Grade - "The Woods" Classroom
    Adult Women Bible Study - Rear of "The Chapel".
  • Adult Men Bible Study - Maple Classroom
  • Coed Bible Study--"The Chapel"

See you Sunday!

What We Believe

The purpose of the Evangelical Covenant Church is to make known the good news of saving faith in Jesus Christ, to encourage a Christ-like life among it’s congregations and their members and to carry out Christ’s redeeming work of love, mercy and justice in the world.