Concerts & Events at Mount Carmel

Annual Messiah Sing-Along

Sunday, December 8, 2020 at 3-5 pm

This 10th annual event brings together local area youth musicians, church choirs, soloists and pianists and participants to share in the joy of Christmas with a special sing along of Handel’s Messiah.

Come! Bring your choir, friends, and family, for the special concert and sing-along for the whole community. Help welcome in the season of Advent and prepare for the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ!

A $5 suggested donation will go to the High School Food Shelf. (Please do not bring canned goods, perishable or non-perishable items to the concert. Your cash donation will help further the work and care of the Food Shelf.) Proceeds from the event, along with a special grant from Thrivent Financial, will go toward the Alexandria High School Food Shelf.

Cookies and coffee will be served following the sing-along in the Mount Carmel chapel gathering space.

Facebook event info here! 

Young Adult Retreat

Come enjoy Christian community and prepare to take on spring semester with a foundation in Christ. Process through and benefit from fellowship beside the fire and in the sauna. Make new connections and memories in a beautiful winter setting.

This retreat is the perfect weekend for you to get away from the stress and craziness of school. Whether this is your first time at Mount Carmel, or you have been coming here your whole life, everyone is welcome. Put down the textbooks and recharge your faith through rest, renewal, and recreation.

For more information click here! /young-adult-retreat

Cantabile

June 11-14, 2020

Cantabile means singing!  This workshop is designed for church choir directors and those who just love to sing. You will have the opportunity to: 

  • Sing more than 20 anthems for choirs of all ages, for all seasons of the church year. 
  • Sing to explore vocal and choral techniques. 
  • Sing to encourage each other by sharing ideas. 
  • Singing to earn 15 hours of continuing education. 
  • Singing to the GLORY of God and giving 

This year’s guest clinicians is Dr. Andrew Last, Director of Choral Activities at Luther College in Decorah, IA.

For more information contact Rikka Estenson at: rik5estens@yahoo.com