Part-Time Position Open

Children’s Formation Coordinator

Assumption Parish has an opening for a part-time position  (19 hours per week) as Children's Faith Formation Coordinator. 

Responsibilities

Qualifications and Requirements

All interested applicants please send your resume to John Graveline (john@assumptionmidland.org) or drop it off at the Parish Office during business hours.

Upcoming Activities

February

March

Contact the parish office if you have any questions about Children’s Faith Formation.

Take the Five-Day Parenting Challenge!

Me and My House, a Catholic parenting site offers a series of one- to two-minute videos on how to strengthen your relationship with your child. Sign up today to Take the 5 Day Challenge!

trust and Safety

To foster and maintain an atmosphere of trust and safety in its ministry to minors, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish follows the Standards of Ministerial Behavior for Those Working with Children and Young People, established by the Diocese of Saginaw.  We will set appropriate boundaries to assure a safe place for our children and young people in all church ministries and programs.  For further information and full documentations of these Standards of Behavior, please visit the Diocese of Saginaw website

Children's Faith Formation Program

the catechisis of the good shepherd

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd: Used at the kindergarten level.  This is a program of faith formation that presents the most important realities of the catholic faith to the youngest members of the church.  This is achieved by: 1) a prepared environment (atrium) and 2) a trained catechist whose sources are scripture and liturgy. 

These presentations are chosen to convey the essentials of the faith in a manner appropriate to the child’s development.  The child is then invited to internalize and respond to the presentation by working with the materials themselves.  Photos of the Atrium.

CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD (CLOW) 

TAKES PLACE DURING THE SUNDAY 9:30 AM MASS 

Study Requirements and parent practices - KINDERGARTEN through 5th Grade

From kindergarten through 5th grade all children should know and understand certain prayers and practices of our Catholic faith based on their grade level.   Click for the Online Study Guide and Parents Practices, or use the PDF version.  We hope you find it useful in supporting your children on their faith journey. 

“You shall love the Lord your God, with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. And you shall love your neighbor as yourself."  (Matthew 22:37-39)