An Affirmation of Baptism

Confirmation is the process we use in the Lutheran church to instruct our youth in the basics of faith and move them toward full membership in the church. Since most of our kids are baptized as infants, confirmation is a chance for them to grow as Christians and claim for themselves the promises that were made for them by their parents and Godparents years earlier. That’s why it’s also called “Affirmation of Baptism.”

To start this year, confirmation will be meeting virtually via Zoom.


Confirmation Calendar 2020-2021

Affirmation of Baptism Forms for 2020

Confirmation Biography  –  Faith Statement  –  Ministry Action Plan  –  Suggested Confirmation Verse

This Week In Confirmation

This week, we are talking about the Second Commandment.  

The Second Commandment: You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain

This command tells us that God cares about how we steward God’s name through our use of God’s name.  Do we use God’s name in ways that build up praise, prayer, and thanksgiving for ourselves and others?  Are we speaking and acting in God’s name in ways that help people to know the love God has for humankind?

Click here to access this week’s questions.

Go to our YouTube Channel for all confirmation videos.

Confirmation Service Project

This year we all will be helping with the Stockings for the 80 children at Hephatha Lutheran Church. You can buy items for the stockings or you can signup to stuff them you could even do both!! We will be stuffing the stockings on Sunday, December 6th, 2020.

Items Needed: Crayons, Markers, Coloring or Activity Books, Small Toys, Stuff Animal, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, and a Bottle of Water.

Please drop off your items in the east entryway at the church there are brown bins marked Hephatha, please place everything in the bin. The deadline is November 30th.  We will be stuffing the stockings on Sunday, December 6th.  Stocking Stuffing Signup


Real-World Faith

At Christ Our Savior, our confirmation program runs through 7th and 8th grades.  We recognize the confirmands becoming full members of the congregation on the Reformation Sunday of their freshman year.  Typically we have 50-60 students in class. We use power point, video, games, and even humor as we look at topics such as the Bible, Sacraments, and the Lord’s Prayer. We aren’t about just making kids memorize facts. The goal is for them to apply faith to their daily lives. The kids talk about what the things we learn really mean and why those things are important. They’re even encouraged to ask tough questions of the pastors.

Learning and Fellowship Events

We have weekly learning events during the school year following our Sunday evening worship. Students are assigned to small groups with an adult guide and a high school mentor who lead discussion. Each learning event focuses on one topic from the Bible or Small Catechism (kind of a Lutheran statement of basic beliefs), and lasts for 40-45 minutes.

In addition to the learning events, we have fellowship and service events throughout the year. We include these because, like our mission statement suggests, we believe fellowship, learning, and service are all part of a healthy faith life.


Confirmation Student Sign Up for Sunday Service Volunteer Roles

As part of the service element of Confirmation, each student is asked to serve as an acolyte, nursery, or Sunday School volunteer. Please use the following link to select a date.

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