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Confirmation 2011




In Confirmation classes, the students learn about being a Christian from a Lutheran perspective. Confirmation is a time to explore your faith, grow in God's love, and evaluate your commitment to living a Christian life.




Our two year confirmation program for youth between the ages of 11 and 14 provides:

  1. the foundation of Christian faith through study of God's Word, and the study of Lutheran doctrines as presented in Luther's Small Catechism;

  2. encouragement for regular worship, prayer, Bible study and Christian support to your child;

  3. a faith mentor for your son/daughter who can be a source of spiritual support to your child; and

  4. training and support for those who desire to have significant impact in the lives of our children and the next generation of church leaders.
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The Confirmation Curriculum is as follows:

Year A
Bible Overview: Old Testament and New Testament Assignments: one year Bible Reading worksheet / Bible Workbook / Manna and Mercy / 2 book reports (1 per term) / memorize Scriptures / TalkPoint Reports.

Year B
The Six Chief Parts of the Catechism (The Ten Commandments, the Apostles' Creed, the Lord's Prayer, Baptism, Confession and Foregiveness, the Lord's Supper)
Assignments from the Pastor (regarding the Catechism) / Talkpoint reports / Sermon Notes.

As well, Confirmands participate in worship services as acolytes, communion assistants, volunteers and more.




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Updated: May 7th, 2015