Church Administration

Online Giving 

Setting up a consistent method of giving helps everyone become more intentional about regular giving. When you give online, your offering to the church comes even when you are away on vacation. This helps you be more faithful and not get behind in your giving while also helping the church mange its financial resources by having a more stable offering pattern.

It may seem strange at first to give electronically, but God’s people have delivered their offerings in a variety of ways throughout the centuries, from bringing offering sacrifices to turning in an offering envelope in a Sunday School class. All of these transactions are an expression of biblical, financial stewardship.

Click here to go to Online Giving. Please contact Josh Loftin in the Finance Office with any questions at 704.847.8575, ext. 3006. 

Finance Committee 

Carmel's finances are managed and reviewed by the Church Administrator and Finances Committee whose primary responsibility is to “ensure the financial soundness and stability that will enable the church to accomplish its objectives".

Financial Reports

Summary of Actual Giving and Expenses Versus Our Goal

Most Recent Quarterly Financial Report

2017-2018 Budget for Carmel Baptist Church

Employment Opportunities: 

Click here for information on available positions.

Special Permit Parking

The parking area closest to the Main Entrance is now designated for those who have a Handicap placard or license plate issued by the DOT or Carmel. Beginning Sunday, June 5, only cars with either of these designations may park in this lot.  If you do not have a DOT permit but are in need of a parking space closer to the entrance for health or physical reasons, you can apply for a Carmel special permit. Email Rhonda Chandler ( ) to apply for a Carmel special permit placard or pick up a paper application at one of the Welcome Desks.

Building Use Policy 

Carmel Baptist Church is committed to the use of its campus and building as an integral part of its total mission of ministering to the whole person in the congregation, in the community, and in the world. The Building and Grounds Use Policy for Non-Church Functions sets forth the guidelines and procedures required to reserve any part of this facilities for a non-church function. Further questions should be directed to Chris Farnsworth.


Complete version of Bylaws of Carmel Baptist Church 

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