Matthew 28:19-20 “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.”

One of the great privileges that we have at Mt. Carmel is to get involved in a wide variety of mission efforts throughout the year.
These give us the ability to share Christ’s love in real, practical ways.
Many of our classes take on specific mission needs, but we also have several church-wide efforts.

Northeast Emergency Distribution Services (for surrounding communities of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church)

The Pantry is located in Kenwood Baptist Church – Phone: (513) 891-0850 – 8341 Kenwood Road – Cincinnati, Ohio  45236  – Hours of operation are Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.  Messages left on the answering machine are monitored during non-service hours.  Individuals and families, who live within our service area, seeking assistance can visit the Pantry during business hours to receive food and to request financial assistance with rent and mortgage payments, utility bills, and medical expenses.


Adult English Classes – (ESL/ELL)
We will have English classes on Thursdays from 10:00-11:30am beginning September 13th. Classes run through May.
Please see the attached registration form to sign up for class. Coordinators: Pat Northcutt and Val Zackerman
ESL Registration Form 2018-19

PARTNERSHIP EVANGELISM FUND – This is a mission offering designated to special missions projects of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church.         “because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now”  Philippians 1:5

City Gospel Mission: Carolyn Apel leads our monthly visits to City Gospel to prepare dinner and connect with their guests.
They cook and serve a home-cooked meal to around 120 men, women, and children the 4th Saturday of each month.
The facilities are located at 1805 Dalton Avenue in Queensgate.


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Matthew 25: Ministries

An international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization helping the poorest of the poor and disaster victims throughout the United States and around the world.
Matthew 25: Ministries does a great job in responding to crisis all over the world.

Monthly time of service to Matthew 25 Ministries (Sept-May)
Every 2nd Thursday from 10:00-Noon
Meet at the warehouse on Kenwood Rd.



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Clifton Center/Administrative Office

2415 Auburn Avenue     Cincinnati, OH 45219
Client Services Phone: 513.961.7777
Administrative Phone: 513.487.7777




We have several opportunities to assist with this critical need:

  • City Gospel: Carolyn Apel leads our monthly visits to City Gospel to prepare dinner and connect with their guests.
    They cook and serve a home-cooked meal to around 120 men, women, and children the 4th Saturday of each month.
  • Loaves & Fishes:  Jana Miller leads a mission trip each summer to Lynch, Kentucky to prepare and deliver meals to many needy families in a very poor area.
  • Race for Hunger:  Cincinnati Area Baptist Association (CABA) –


Not only do we involve the whole church in the effort to fill shoe boxes, but we are a relay center for churches to take their boxes so that they can be picked up and shipped.  In 2017, Mt Carmel made 776 shoe boxes to be sent to children around the world! The relay center collected 2777 boxes during collection week. For year-round volunteer opportunities and more information about Operation Christmas Child – It is never too early to look for bargains. After holiday sales, dollar stores,
and back to school specials can be a good way to start your box collection.



We have on-going mission education through the GA’S (girls) and  RA’S (boys).  The WMU heads up this mission education for our church.  The WMU (Women’s Missionary Union) is a long-standing mission thrusts of the Southern Baptist Convention. We support the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering and the Annie Armstrong Mission Offering at Easter every year to give money to missions around the world.  Lottie Moon and Annie Armstrong are women who served long and hard on the mission field, and their names live on through the money that is given by churches through the Cooperative Program of the Southern Baptist Convention. We also have a mission fund that we support and is named after Ann Dunn who worked in our ESL program.  Ann and her husband, Bob, were missionaries in our local baptist association before his death. We also support the Ray Roberts Offering and Season of Prayer for State Missions.