Confirmation is for all 8th & 9th graders!
Confirmation starts on October 3rd for all 8th & 9th Graders!
October 3 ~ Martin Lutheran and the Reformation
October 10 ~ Introduction to the 10 Commandments
October 17 ~ NO CLASS
October 24 ~ Exploring the Commandments: Part One
October 31 ~ NO CLASS
November 7 ~ Exploring the Commandments: Part Two
November 14 ~ NO CLASS
November 21 ~ NO CLASS
November 28 ~ Exploring the Commandments: Part Three
December 5 ~ Exploring the Commandments: Part Four
December 12 ~ Creed Overview
December 19 ~ Small Group
December 26 ~ NO CLASS
What is Confirmation?
Confirmation and baptism are deeply connected. Confirmation is a period of study and faith formation, where young people can engage in and understand the fundamental promises made at their baptism. The students affirm those promises, and in doing so, they commit themselves to a life of devotion to God, of communion with the church, and service to others.
Simply put, confirmation is the affirmation of baptism. This means that the purpose of confirmation to affirm, sustain, uphold, and encourage our young people as they deepen their understanding of the promises made at their baptism and help them understand what a life of discipleship means. The confirmation curriculum does this by addressing the promises made in baptism over the course of two years.
Please click below to read the Confirmation Guidelines and requirements for our students.