Any child (fourth grade or older), is welcome to serve in this ministry at weekend liturgies. Training sessions are offered in the fall and spring for those interested in serving the Lord in this special way. Any adult who is a practicing Catholic is welcome to serve in this ministry at funerals or special liturgical events. You should be knowledgeable in liturgy and have experience in or willing to learn how to serve at Mass. For the current weekend altar server schedule, click here


All Eucharistic Ministers must be trained by the Diocese of Cleveland. The Diocese offers two training sessions a year, in the fall and in the spring. For more information regarding these training, contact the parish office at (440) 585-0700. For the current EM schedule, click here


Ministers of the Word are trained by the parish to proclaim the Word of the Lord as revealed in Scripture. This responsibility is open to those who feel called to this ministry and are trained by the parish. For more information, please the parish office at (440) 585-0700. For the current lector schedule, click here.


Our ushers greet parishioners and guests at all of the Sunday Masses as well as take up the collection and pass out bulletins following our celebration. If you have any questions about the parish or are interested in volunteering as a Minister of Welcome, please see one of our ushers. 


Our weekend celebrations are greatly enhanced by the talent and commitment of those who share their voices and musical gifts. Our music ministry includes adult, children, and men's choirs. The adult choir gathers on Wednesday evenings to prepare to lead us in song. Click here for more information on our music ministry.



Our Lady of Mt. Carmel is blessed to have a Perpetual Adoration Chapel, located in the Parish Rectory. While it is open twenty-four hours a day, a door code is required to access the Chapel outside of normal business hours. Codes can be obtained by contacting the Parish Office at (440) 585-0700. All are welcome and encouraged to worship our Eucharistic Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.