Confirmation

WHY CONFIRMATION: 

A) Personally confess Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior and take personal ownership in declaring, by the power of the Holy Spirit, their own allegiance to Christ

B) Eagerly explore the awesomeness of God and the mysteries of faith

C) Identify themselves as members, as a unique and special part of the body of Christ, as Lutheran and members of a local congregation. A member is one who is actively involved in the worship life of the congregation. One who regularly attends worship services with fellow Christians.

D) Regularly participate in public worship and the reception of holy communion, engage in personal and group Bible study and its application to life, strive to lead God-pleasing lives and offer services to God by serving others

E) Celebrate the relationships that they have with God as their personal God who loves them graciously, their pastor and other confirmation staff people, their peers participating in the confirmation process, their family and other members of their congregation. 

Confirmation Curriculum

In First Year Confirmation we go through the Bible Overview. This is so that when your student enters 2nd year they have a firm grasp on the Scriptures so that they can better understand what is in the Catechism

Confirmation Curriculum

2nd and 3rd year Confirmation will go through the 60 lesson Catechism study. 

In 2nd year they will learn the Commandments and meanings as well as the Lord's Prayer and explanations to the petitions.

In 3rd year the students will go through the Creeds, Sacraments, and Office of the Keys.

Confirmation Curriculum

After the students are Confirmed we do not view this as a graduation. We view confirmation as just the beginning in our students personal faith life. We encourage our students to continue on into youth group, where they will learn how to defend their faith and to stand strong in their faith. 

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