November Playlists

Catholic Potpourri: Our Creed

Welcome to our November Generations session! I'm so glad you made time for some faith experiences with your family today. Remember that all things we do together as families are sacred. 

Start by checking out this intro video which will explain what's in your family kit for this month: "Catholic Potpourri: Our Creed." As always, I'm looking forward to #learningfaithtogether. 

Kits for this month's session can be picked up at St. Michael Parish at the GOF doors on: Tuesday, November 11th or Wednesday, November 12th from 5:00 - 7:00 PM or, in the parish office anytime after Tuesday, November 11th. 

Don't forget to join us LIVE for an introduction to this month's theme on Facebook:

                        Sunday, November 15th at 12:30 PM

The live presentation video will be uploaded to our website 24 hours after it occurs. 


& What's in my Kit?

Giving Tree:

A Special Invitation

Click here to see the "Giving Tree" details in text! 

Exploring Faith Together

Welcome to our playlists! Each list is geared with activities, games and more for different ages of kids.


Feel free to have older siblings help younger siblings - we learn from teaching and doing together too. :D


Feel free to work through the playlist at your own pace, you do not need to complete it all at once.


Take a picture or two along the way and e-mail them to Nicky at or send them to me on our Remind app. It will be a great way for us to stay connected! 

Grades K-1:


"The Apostles' Creed"

Listen in to Mrs. Franceschelli as she reads us a story all about the Apostle's Creed



Each week at Mass we pray the "Apostles' Creed" together. 

Let's talk about the symbols found in your kit to learn more about the Apostles' Creed together.


Find the page of symbols that represent the Apostles' Creed in your kit and cut them out. You will also need the string and  in your kit to create  and a pair of scissors from home to make a Creed craft. 


In the Creed, we remember that God is 3 persons in 1 being, God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. 

Each time we pray the Sign of the Cross we remember this important truth. This month, let's practice the Sign of the Cross using the song below.

First Reconciliation Preparation:


This month, we will be focusing on Jesus the Good Shepherd. 


You can read a special Bible story about Jesus the Good Shepherd using the link below.  


You read a story about Jesus as our Good Shepherd.

Now, watch a video to learn a more about what that means as we prepare for First Reconciliation.


Find the "Jesus is My Shepherd" craft bag in your kit. Directions should be included. 


This month, let's focus on the Lord's Prayer. 

You can use the prayer sticks to help guide you as you learn the prayer.

Grades 3-5:

Additional K-1 Resources:

The Apostles' Creed set to music! 

Additional Resources:

The Good Shepherd Big Book:
Act of Contrition

Additional 3-5 Resources:


Each week at Mass, after we hear the Homily, we stand together and pray the words of the Apostles' Creed. 

These words tell us what we believe to be true about our faith and our God. 

Start this session out by reading the words of the Apostles' Creed.


You just read the Apostle's Creed - but what does it mean? 

Check out this video to learn more about the words we say at Mass each week.


Make your own Creed booklet! 

Find the booklet included in your kit. The words of the Apostle's Creed are there - but you need to add pictures! 

As you add pictures think about what each of these statements mean. We profess these beliefs each time we pray the Creed together.


Find the orange colored strips in your kit for this month and cut them apart.

This month, our prayer is more active! Spend some time putting your Apostles' Creed strips in order. Meditate on the words and their meanings as you put them together. 

Grades 6-8:


Each weekend at Mass, we stand together and profess our faith, or what we believe, in our Creed. 

At St. Michael's we pray the Apostles' Creed. Did you know that there is another creed too, the Nicene Creed? Take a moment to read it here. 

Then watch the video that talks more about what it means. 


You just read the Nicene Creed, but what does it mean and where did it come from? 

Check out this video below to learn more about the Nicene Creed, its history and its meaning. 


Find the file folder game in your kit, and the die. You will need to find items to serve as game tokens from around your house.

This game will test your knowledge on the Nicene Creed. 

Be sure to watch the video first as it will help with some of the questions! 


Each week as we say the words of the Creed, we are professing what we believe. 

Place the copy of the Nicene Creed from your kit this month someplace you will see it often. 

Each time you pass, think about one of the deep truths that you are professing to believe each week at Mass. 



When is the last time you really thought about what elements are key to our faith? 

Take a moment and read the words of the Apostles' Creed or the Nicene Creed with your children. 

Each time we proclaim the Creed we are saying,

"I believe..."


Sunday after Sunday, Catholics around the world rise and recite a series of paragraphs in a shared profession of faith. But why? Bishop Don Hying has more info right here.

Thanks to C4: Ignite Your Catholic Faith for this great video! 


The next time you celebrate Mass (either in person or via live stream) take special note of the words we proclaim and profess during our Creed. 

Call them to mind over the course of this month. 


Listen to this musical version of the Apostles' Creed by Rich Mullins. 

Let the words of what we believe stay with you in a special way this month.

Additional 6-8 Resources:

Want to know more about what it means that the Church is one, holy, catholic and apostolic? Learn more here:

Additional Adult Resources:

A more in-depth look at the words and beliefs found in our Creed. 

Praying Together

Sharing Together

Don't forget to send a picture of yourself working on our projects for the month of October to: or on Remind. Thanks!