Welcome to the next step on the journey.
Welcome to the journey! Confirmation is a special and unique opportunity in youth ministry. Here we get to wrestle with some of the big questions and foundations of our faith. Any question you may have or that comes up please feel free to ask, that’s what confirmation is for. You will not leave this class knowing everything, and we expect you to keep asking questions when we’re done. This is only the beginning of a life long journey of developing your faith and putting it into action. If we don’t know the answer to something, we’ll tell you, and we will wrestle with you to find an answer.
We want confirmation to be a time where you not only begin to decide what you believe for yourself but also a time where you can connect with a body of believers and find support. Open up to your small group, get to know one another, they are your fellow travelers on this journey.
One helpful thing we can tell you is that the more you put into your time in confirmation, the more you will get out of it. So, don’t be afraid to dive in with both feet.
Welcome to the next step of the journey. We are glad you are along for the adventure.
Director of Youth Ministries
West Market Street UMC
- Weekly requirements
- Bring your mission offering, Bible, field guide, journal, and something to write with every week.
- Complete the Student Homework & Scripture Memorization each week
- Attend a worship service each week (8:30 or 9:00)
- Participate in one other West Market Street UMC program each week
- Sunday Night @ The LOFT
- Dive Deeper Bible Study
- Volunteer at Wednesday Mission Programs
- Wednesday Night Supper
- Hot Dish & Hope
- Other Requirements
- Confirmation Lock-in, January 29, 7pm-7am
- Confirmation Retreat, March 31-April 1
- Confirmation Banquet, April 1 6:00pm-7:30pm
- Confirmation Sunday, April 2
- Attend your Confirmation small group's social
- Serve with your Confirmation small group on their mission project
This week we talked about how we can grow in our relationship with God through prayer and the Bible.