What is Confirmation?
Through confirmation, your sons and daughters will be given the opportunity to be instructed in the Christian faith, confirm the baptismal covenant they entered into as an infant, and publicly affirm a living and personal faith in Jesus Christ. Confirmation is not a sacrament, nor is it commanded in the Bible. It is a privilege, not a right, and consists of a three year pastoral and educational ministry of our church that is designed to help our baptized children identify with the life and mission of adulthood in the Christian church.
1) To present each student with the truths of Christ and the Bible and permit him/her to confirm and testify to a personal belief in Jesus Christ as Lord.
2) To teach the basic fundamentals of the Christian faith and Biblical Christianity as set forth in Holy Scripture and explained in Luther’s Small Catechism.
3) To study topics that will enrich their lives as Christians and assist them to mature in their faith and to equip them for service within the Church and community.
4) To develop within our students Christian ideals, standards, and values in regard to Worship, Prayer, Bible study, Stewardship, and Fellowship.
5) To affirm within each student the privilege, blessing, and responsibility of partaking in Holy Communion.
Sacrament of Baptism
Sacrament of Holy Communion