A rite in which we express faith and commitment to Christ and, by prayer and the laying on of hands by a bishop, receive strength from the Holy Spirit to continue in the life of faith and commitment. One prepares for Confirmation by participating in a period of study. Confirmation classes for youth are offered every two years as part of the Sr. Youth curriculum.

The Confirmation class is also open to anyone interested in learning more about the Christian faith and the Episcopal Church, even if they do not wish to be confirmed, or have been confirmed, but want to deepen their understanding of the denomination.

To be confirmed, you must first be baptized, and receive sufficient instruction in the Christian Faith, be penitent, and affirm your belief in Jesus Christ.