Our confirmation program is a passage into adult partnership in the Christian community.
As this transition is made, we guide our youth into a deeper relationship of faith in God. We work with families determine the best time to enter into confirmation though we expect two years of participation, typically 7th and 8th grades. Confirmation concludes in the spring of 8th grade, with each student expressing their faith to our congregation as we gather for worship, and as we affirm them in their bearing witness to the faith promised to them in baptism. If you’re interested in enrolling your child in confirmation, contact Pastor Peter.
On most Wednesdays during the school year, we meet at 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. We are able to be quite flexible with our scheduling based on participants needs. We occasionally schedule for retreats and special events to augment our learning and time together.
“Colaborate” is our Current Curriculum
Developed by Sparkhouse Publishing (Click here for more info.)
Helps students answer the question, “so what?”
Allow students to discover the richness of Lutheran history, the Small Catechism, as well as the Old and New Testaments using proven learning methods such as problem-based learning.
Changes the way students think about faith and the Bible
Help youth take an honest look at the holy mystery and the complexity of Scripture to move them onto a path of growth and discovery.
How it works
- Frame the Problem – Use an infographic to set the tension for the lesson, unpacking and engaging students’ assumptions and past knowledge
- Teaching and Learning – Equip students to interact through interaction and creativity by inviting them to draw, ask and answer questions, and share ideas with the group
- Project and Closing – Solidify concepts through two activities—an individual writing activity and a more active group project