Middle School Catechism
Catechism is a program of education and faith formationt hat accompanies baptism. When adults convert to Christianity, they prepare for their baptism through mentoring, worshiping, and serving in the church, and through classes about basic Christian doctrine.
When a person is baptized as an infant, they are not able to learn these basics of Christianity before their baptism. Therefore, they are baptized with the understanding and expectation that they will learn and develop as a Christian as they grow into adulthood.
Middle School Catechism is for any child in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades.