Blessed Sacrament Parish

About Blessed Sacrament Parish

Blessed Sacrament Parish of Midland is in the Great Lakes Bay Region.  We are a vibrant community of faith comprised of 1,500 families.  We have a deep spirituality rooted in Vatican II Theology with an emphasis on service and social justice.

Blessed Sacrament parishioners are always ready to jump in and lend a hand – whether it is helping with clean up after the 500-year flood that hit our area hard, to making and serving meals for the poor and less fortunate at local soup kitchens and shelters, to helping with the Christmas Sharing Tree and the Mobile Food Pantry.

Blessed Sacrament offers many wonderful opportunities to enrich your faith life through classes, bible studies, small faith groups, book clubs, Outreach opportunities for teens and adults, Liturgy, and more.  The parish Knights of Columbus has a wood-cutting ministry to help heat homes during the winter.  The Ladies help make fleece blankets for the homeless and the poor and with funeral luncheons.

Core Beliefs
We believe that the sacramental life of the Church empowers us for service and growth in holiness.
We believe in the dignity of every human person.
We believe that hospitality and inclusiveness are central to the life of the Church.
We believe that we are all stewards of all God's gifts.
We believe that works of peace and justice are an integral part of the Gospel call.
We believe that with God all things are possible.
We believe that compassion and forgiveness unite us with Jesus

Core Values
Prophetic Voice



September 2017 Wichita, KS
“I like giving back to my community by volunteering for the church and events in the community, including donations, Lord's Diner, school events, and other church activities. ”
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