The Upper Room Conference 2017 @ Mt Carmel Baptist Church



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Get ready for the 2017 Upper Room conference @ Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga with Rev Timothy Flemming Sr. This year we are bringing some of the best preachers and singers from all over the world. Jekalyn Carr from Ark, Jamal Bryant from Baltimore, Sedric Veal from Cleveland and R.A. Williams from Los angeles. Don’t miss the man with the Mahalia Jackson voice “Joshua Nelson” & The Beast Eric Reecd from Tn as they bring praise through song. Register anytime online at MCBCATL.ORG or call us @ 1-800-433-6828

Carmel Presbyterian Church | Our Traditional Service



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For 60 years, Carmel Presbyterian church has been bringing God’s Light to our location in the heart of Carmel by the Sea.  

Join us for our 9:30 traditional service, featuring our choir, hymns, and solid Biblical teaching and lessons enjoyed by families, young people, our senior generation, and anyone of any age or background looking for a comfortable place to learn more about Faith and God.  

Our top-notch children’s program is facilitated by our trained and motivated staff to provide a safe and engaging place for children to learn and grow.  

Join us for fellowship, lessons, and celebrating God’s love at Carmel Presbyterian!

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Italo-Greek Devotion to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Monasticism, and Vocations



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Catherine Alexander speaks with Archimandrite Francis Vivona of Our Lady of Wisdom Italo-Greek Catholic Church in Las Vegas, Nevada about the parish’s devotion to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Italo-Greek monasticism, and the Church’s vocations.

Parish History of St. Michael’s Orthodox Church on 131 N. Willow St. Mt. Carmel, PA 17851



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Parish History of St. Michael’s Orthodox Church on 131 N. Willow St. Mt. Carmel, PA 17851 In 1906, a group of Russian-speaking immigrants in the vicinity of Mount Carmel, PA identified the need for a place to worship Our Lord. A brotherhood dedicated to St. Michael was organized and filed Articles of Incorporation on August 21, 1907 as the Russian Greek Catholic Orthodox of St. Michael Archistrategos Aid Society of Mt. Carmel, PA. This organization contacted the Chancery in New York about building a house of worship. In 1907, with the blessing of the hierarchs, construction of St. Michael’s Church began as part of the Russian Greek Orthodox Church of North America. The deed for the land on which the church and rectory were constructed was purchased from George W. Bedall and recorded on November 18, 1907. On April 23, 1908, the church was Incorporated as a Non-Profit Corporation as the Russian Greek Orthodox Church of St. Michael of Mount Carmel, PA. The construction of the church was completed in 1908. In 1970, the Orthodox Church of America was formed under a Proclamation of Autocephaly and separated from the Patriarch of Moscow. During this time, St. Michael’s parish became a part of the Orthodox Church of America.On October 1, 2012, St. Michael’s amended the Articles of Incorporation, and as of the date became known at St. Michael’s Orthodox Church.

Since the retirement of Archpriest Michael Evans in October of 2013, visiting clergy were supplied by the diocese. On July 13, 2014, Father Theophan Mackey was assigned as pastor of St. Michael’s. The parish welcomed Father Theophan, Matushka Kristi, Maya, and Kyra to St. Michael’s. Father Theophan has been promoting the education of Orthodoxy and offers classes to adults and children.

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St. Michael’s had at one time 300 parishioners and currently has 50 parishioners. While the parish is small, we are determined to grow and increase our activity in the community once again. We are driven to spread Orthodoxy and provide education to the faithful.

We strive to be an active part of the community and we have supported numerous charitable causes for many years, including the victims of a Union National Bank fire which left many people homeless. We currently provide assistance to the local food bank and other charities. Often we share tables and other items with surrounding churches, recognizing the importance of working together to support Christianity.

We pray that we will continue our efforts to proclaim the Holy Gospel of Our Lord in our surrounding area in this and future generations. I create this on (

Waco TX. Mount Carmel compound remains



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I recently took a trip to Waco and visited the grounds where the Mount Carmel compound once stood . The only thing left were pieces of foundation , water filled holes and twisted metal . A small memorial church was built telling the story of the Branch Davidians from their beginning all the way until David Koresh took leadership and brought them world attention .

St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church For Sale Or Lease In Mt Carmel, Pennsylvania 17851 -$199,000



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Waco TX. Mount Carmel School bus bunker



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I visited the Mount Carmel site while in Waco TX. awhile back and while looking over the compound foundation discovered a piece of an old school bus used as a bunker by the Branch Davidians . The woman in the small memorial church that has been constructed on the site since the stand-off told me that part of the bus had been ran over by one of the A.T.F.’s tanks .

Inside Mount Carmel – Waco, TX 1993 Pt 12/12



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Feb 28, 1993, Beginninng of standoff, Inside Mt. Carmel was after the first assault.
On April 19, 1993, Waco, Texas was the Waco massacre.
On August, 1999, documents were uncovered which indicated that during the raid
on the Branch Davidian compound, the FBI used a limited number of flammable
tear gas canisters. This revelation contradicted assertions of the FBI and the
Department of Justice that the government had done nothing that could have
contributed to the start or spread of the fire.
More Waco info:

Waco Siege PsyOp Audio (Mount Carmel, Texas 1993)



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Audio sample claimed to have been blasted towards the Branch Davidian compound at night allegedly via special ‘light and sound’ technology. The noise is an amalgamation of various animal sounds (being slaughtered among the most reported), some drilling, loud machinery and chanting.

A great deal of controversy followed on its application. It is pointed out that the combination of loud music and various animal noise was to drive the Davidians out the compound and surrender while opposing view states that the sleep deprivation tactics initiated on the compound’s inhabitants caused the situation to deteriorate to unreasonable conclusions and only fed to Koresh and his followers’ psychology and beliefs thus pushing them to resist further.

Images:
Various Waco related images of the raid. David Koresh founder of the Branch Davidians holds a Bible up infront of an Adventist(?) church.

Including La Bête de la Mer’s Tapisserie de l’Apocalypse (Tapestry of the Apocalypse) and other Medieval woodcut inspired from the Book of Daniel and the Beasts of Daniel’s vision which David Koresh frequently referred to in his prophecy of the End Times.

Jeff Davis Interviews Alex Jones At Mount Carmel Church Rebuild March 19, 2000 – The Phoenix Project



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Jeff Davis Interviews alex Jones At Mt Carmel Branch Davidian Church Rebuild March 19 2000

FSSP of Los Angeles at MOUNT CARMEL CHURCH, Sta. Barbara, CA



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The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) is a Clerical Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical right, that is, a community of Roman Catholic priests who do not take religious vows, but who work together for a common mission in the world. The mission of the Fraternity is two-fold: first, the formation and sanctification of priests in the cadre of the traditional liturgy of the Roman rite, and secondly, the pastoral deployment of the priests in the service of the Church.

The Fraternity was founded on July 18, 1988 at the Abbey of Hauterive (Switzerland) by a dozen priests and a score of seminarians. Shortly after the Fraternity’s foundation and following upon a request by Cardinal Ratzinger, Bishop Joseph Stimpfle of Augsburg, Germany granted the Fraternity a home in Wigratzbad, a Marian shrine in Bavaria that now lodges the Fraternity’s European seminary. In the same month of October, there arrived a handful of priests and some thirty seminarians ready to start “from scratch”. There are currently almost 200 priests and 110 seminarians in the Fraternity…

The Priestly Fraternity of St Peter was founded by St John Paul II to provide the Extraordinary Form of the Mass throughout the world. FSSP of LA is an Apostolate of the Fraternity that is striving, with the blessing of Archbishop Gomez, to establish a parish in Los Angeles exclusively for the Extraordinary Form.

FSSP of Los Angeles address:
SAINT VITUS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter — Archdiocese of Los Angeles
607 4th Street
San Fernando 91340

Sunday 8:00am (Low Mass)
Sunday 10:30am (High Mass)
Sunday 4:00pm (Vespers) …starting in August
Sunday 5:00pm (with Spanish and English Sermon)
Daily Mass schedule forthcoming.

HELP BUILD OUR FSSPLA PARISH! Donate here

(FSSP Masses all over the world)