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Welcome to Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish

We are a Catholic community of welcome and warmth sharing growth as we seek to develop as disciples of Jesus using the four pillars of Christian discipleship: Community, Message, Worship, and Service.

  1. Community - Created for and called to spreading God's love and mercy throughout parish family and surrounding community through spiritual and social opportunities,

  2. Message - Sharing the Good News of God's Love, mercy and redemption to all through Faith Adult, Faith Youth Ministry, Faith Children, and Sacramental Preparation,

  3. Worship - Gathering to gratefully share prayer as we participate in the Liturgy of the Word and Liturgy of the Eucharist,

  4. Christian Service - Using the gifts God has entrusted to us to serve God by helping those in need.

Mass and Rosary Schedules

Please note that if the Midland Public Schools are closed or on delay, weekday Mass is cancelled!

Weekday Mass:

  • Wednesday and Thursday 9:00 am - follow restrictive guidelines please. For weekday Masses, please use the South entrance.

Weekend Mass:

  • Saturday Mass at 4:30 pm - follow restrictive guidelines please.

  • Sunday Mass at 9:30 am - follow restrictive guidelines please.

  • Please know that the church doors will be opened from 10:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m., Mon thru Thurs, if anyone is in need of a quiet place to pray and/or meditate.

Reconciliation by appointment only.

Scheduled Ministries - to be updated

Daily Reflections:

Directions, Church/Office Hours

Calendar seasonal hours

Fr Joe's Thoughts, "Larkin Update" More Here

...and Jesus said, "Come."'

Here's a look at the precautions and procedures in place at Assumption to keep us all safe and healthy while we attend Mass.

For about 8 weeks we've been gathering in response to Christ's invitation for Eucharist. Many have understandably opted to not come, but we've done quite a bit so we can both worship and stay healthy. Check out the changes at our shared Assumption church home.

Thank You, Phil!

Grateful farewell to our friend and fellow parishioner ‘Photo Phil’ (and Connie, too). Going through things at my mom’s house, we’ve found many photos, prompting memories—and some questions: “Who’s that?” Like any family, we sought to preserve moments and prompt memories by taking pictures.

For many years, PHIL WALENGA has served our parish family by taking photos of people, events and many of our Sacramental celebrations! Phil has generously shared his time, his passion, his expertise and his equipment as he has served our faith family in this way. More recently, Phil has also aided in our online presence and parish website.

Now, Phil and Connie are moving to be closer to family and we bid a grateful farewell to them as well as best wishes for even more memories as we here at Assumption will treasure the photographic record of our ‘family life’ that he leaves as part of his legacy. Thanks, Phil!

Online Giving

With Online Giving:

  • You have the option to use Online Giving for contributions to our parish!

  • Your gift will be transferred from your preferred method of payment directly to our parish.

  • View the Frequently Asked Questions

  • If you have any questions: email Sandy or call the parish office at 989-631-4447.

Christ's Mission Appeal (formerly CSA)

Commitment Weekend is October 24/25—go to for more details

open door Soup Kitchen -We need you!

With the continued uncertainty of the coronavirus , many of our volunteers are unable to return to serving in our soup kitchen yet. In addition, the grab-and-go style service and extended serving hours require more hands.

In preparation for the colder days ahead, Midland's Open Door will officially move the soup kitchen service back inside the dining room on Monday, November 2, 2020. Shields have been installed and seating will be limited to 40 percent of capacity. The extended lunch hours will continue, as will the grab-and-go option for our guests who choose not to eat their meal in the dining room.

In order to maintain social distancing in the dining room, the service line has been eliminated and meals will be served to each guest, restaurant-style, once they are seated.

Please pray with us that our guests, volunteers and staff will remain healthy and safe throughout the winter season.

  • If you are healthy and feel comfortable serving, would you consider giving some of your time to serve our homeless and hungry friends at our soup kitchen?

  • To sign up or to learn more, please call Vicki at 989-835-2291.

Called to Love is the theme for our 2020-2021 Assumption BVM Faith Formation.


In person option: Children and parents gather after 9:30AM Mass (outside or in social hall depending on weather) for family catechesis on our first unit, Revelation. Temperatures will be checked and masks worn for our gathering. Families go home with material to cover specific lessons for the rest of the month at their own pace.*

At home option: Children and parents watch a recorded session for family catechesis on our first unit, Revelation. Families pick up a packet at the church with material to cover specific lessons for the rest of the month at their own pace.*

*Catechists for Grades 1-5 will share online tools to help with lessons at home.


All children participating in our kindergarten faith formation, Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, will need to be dropped off in room 5 by their parents after getting their temperature taken at the entrance door (and don’t forget your mask). We will begin shortly after the conclusion of the 9:30am Mass and pick up will be at 12 noon in Room 5.

November 21–22, 2020

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“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)