Confirmation is a mature, public affirmation of one’s faith and one’s commitment to the responsibilities of Baptism. When an infant or young child is baptized, the baptismal vows are made by adults on the child’s behalf. Confirmation is an opportunity for those baptized – having reached maturity – to confirm their baptismal vows and to receive the laying on of hands by a bishop.

To prepare for Confirmation, teenagers and adults are asked to participate in our Inquirers’/Confirmation class and examine the Bible, church history, theology, liturgy, ethics, and prayer in the Anglican tradition.

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