Church Historian’s Press

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COVID19 Church History Article

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An Excerpt from our Church Historian Judy Newberry. A History of Mt. Carmel During COVID19April 18th, 2020 On February 25th, 2020, we had a pancake supper for “Fat Tuesday”, the beginning of the 40 days of Lent. None suspected that it would be our next to last large gathering or just how our church would […]

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In Loving Remembering Charles “David” Patterson July 28. 1937-February 29, 2020

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Charles David Patterson, Jr. passed away Saturday morning February 29, 2020, at his home. David was born in Forsyth County, on July 28, 1937to the late Charles David Patterson, Sr. and Audrey Snyder Patterson. He was an active member of Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church and retired from C.D Patterson company with 35 years of […]

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Pentecost Sunday our Prayer Room Dedication.

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Pentecost Sunday our Prayer room was dedicated to the glory of GodJune 9, 2019 Over a year ago Pastor Mary suggested we have a room, especially for prayer. Prayer warriors Linda McDaniel, Pat Culler, and Joanne Spetz volunteered to take a room that was full of junk and turn it into the beautiful and meaningful, […]

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Boy Scout Sunday, February 10th ​2019

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We are seeing a resurgence of the Scouting program. There are now 65 Cubs and Senior Scouts at Troop 728. A new troop has formed to include girls, Troop 729. This will allow girls to seek the prestigious “Eagle Scout” award, and will encourage fathers to work with their daughters. With the leadership of Michael […]

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The Emmaus Walk Reunion Group January 27, ​​2019

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Mt. Carmel has a new group that has been formed. Pastor Mary Miller encouraged Ferlin Frye and Karen Sizemore to organize the 22 members who have been on the Walk to Emmaus. They started by getting together to make “Agape” gifts for the September Men’s and Women’s Walks at Camp Maranatha in High Point. They […]

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PRAYER OF DEDICATION

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PRAYER OF DEDICATION: “John Wesley’s Covenant Prayer” I am no longer my own, but thine. Put me to what thou wilt, rank me with whom thou wilt. Put me to doing, put me to suffering. Let me be employed for thee or laid aside for thee, Exalted for thee or brought low for thee. Let […]

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Forty Four Years at Mt. Carmel

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FORTY FOUR YEARS AT MT. CARMEL Why did I choose to come to and join Mt. Carmel when we moved to Winston-Salem in March 1969? I liked the location. It was nearby and set atop a high hill. The little white church was quaint and comfortable to me. It reminded me of the Methodist church […]

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1974 to 1980 James Allred was pastor at Mt. Carmel

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Rev. James Allred Rev. James Allred was appointed the 31st minister of Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church in June of 1974. The Allred family at that time consisted of Jim, his wife Judy and their son Grant. They lived in the parsonage adjacent to the church. Two daughters, Elizabeth and Anna were born during this […]

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We hope to see you at Camp Meeting Sunday!

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This is the last week of Camp Meeting at Mt. Carmel UMC of Winston-Salem. Please join us this Sunday as we pray fervently for the “Third Great Awakening” in the USA — a call to live with Scriptural holiness in the land. (Deuteronomy 30: 15- 20). Check out this video on Methodist camp meetings still […]

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A Message from Pastor Chuck

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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, As many of you already know, I will be leaving Mt. Carmel at the end of June and you will be getting a new pastor. It has been a pleasure to have served you here at Mt. Carmel. There have been both joys and disappointments in my time here, […]

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