Updated on 1/16/18 at 10 PM

Our prayers go out to all who have been affected by the mudslides. Our parish community has been devastated by the lives lost, including some of our own parish family. We ask that you keep their family and friends in your prayers.

We also ask that you keep Jack Cantin, who is still missing, in your prayers.

As we move forward in the healing process, know that our staff is here to offer assistance. Our priests, sisters, staff and parishioners are praying for our beloved Montecito community.

Currently, the Parish office, Church and school are closed, however we can be reached by phone and email. Do not hesitate to call and leave us a message. We are checking our voice mail throughout each day. Or email us at — lseyer@mtcarmelsb.com. In addition, our website will be updated as changes occur.

***** As of today, we are still working on securing a facility or other Church to hold this upcoming weekend services. Please check back as we will update the website with the Mass information as soon as a site and times are set.

The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I lack. In green pastures you let me graze; to safe waters you lead me; you restore my strength. You guide me along the right path for the sake of your name. Even when I walk through a dark valley, I fear no harm for you are at my side; your rod and staff give me courage. — Psalm 23

Mass Schedule

Weekdays: 7:45am
Saturday: 7:45am

Vigil Mass: 4:30pm
Sunday: 8:00, 10:00am, 12:00 noon

Holy Days
Vigil 5:30pm (day before)
 & Holy Days: 7:45, 9:00am & 5:30pm

Confession Side Chapel
Saturday - 3:30 - 4:15pm.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church
1300 East Valley Road
Santa Barbara, CA   93108

For driving directions, click here for the map
(corner at Hot Springs Rd. & East Valley Rd.)

phone: (805) 969-6868
email: dellastrada1300@gmail.com



Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

May Our Lady of Mount Carmel be with you always. May she be the star that guides you and never disappears from your horizon. May she lead you now, throughout your life, and at its completion to a safe haven.
—Pope John Paul II