Confirmation is a commitment by the student and their parent or guardian to build a lifelong relationship with Christ through study, memorizing important Scripture basics, and a deeper understanding of the Bible. Church of Peace offers a two year Confirmation program that concludes with a formal Confirmation acknowledgment during Worship by the Confirmand in the Spring of the second year.
Enrollment is now open for Church of Peace’s 2021-2023 Confirmation program.
Students entering 7th grade, or if homeschooled age 13, are welcome to enroll.
Confirmation class will be held each Wednesday beginning September 8th – May 25th, 2021 with a summer break then classes resume September 7 – May 17, 2023.
Confirmation Sunday will be May 21, 2023.
Classes will be one hour in length, beginning at 5:00pm. A light snack will be provided.
Students are required to attend each Wednesday. If a student becomes ill and misses one class, they will be required to make up the class prior to the next week by completing the lesson plan. It is a parent or guardian’s responsibility to ensure the child is present and prepared each week.
In the first year (2021-2022) there will be 35 weeks of class. Students are required to attend Worship and complete at least 30 sermon notes in their first year.
In the second year (2022-2023) there will be 33 weeks of class with the final week left for testing and Confirmation preparation. Students are required to attend Worship and complete at least 30 sermon notes in their second year.
There will be no classes on the following dates:
November 24th, 2021 (Thanksgiving)
December 22nd & 29th, 2021 (Christmas Break)
November 23rd, 2022 (Thanksgiving)
December 21st & 28th, 2022 (Christmas Break)
The student’s first year is guided by the Colaborate! Old Testament Curriculum. With intriguing graphics, in-depth infographics, and punchy graphics, each page pulls students into the content to drive engagement with the Bible.
The student’s second and final year is guided by the Confirm! Curriculum. Too often confirmation has been downgraded to the role of a checkpoint along the faith journey. The Confirm family of resources reclaims confirmation as the first step on a journey that leads to a mature, adult faith. Confirm treats confirmation as more than a decision. Instead, it is the beginning of a conversation about what it means to be a Christian, living out your faith, your commitment, and God’s call. With flexible and easy-to-understand materials, Confirm provides students with the basic beliefs of a theologically sound faith while engaging them in creative and thought-provoking activities to help them internalize what they’ve learned. Confirm also embraces the importance of community in the journey of faith development, and provides materials to encourage cooperation with parents and mentors in the confirmation process and beyond. The lesson plans and guide includes devotional readings, key information and questions for journaling to help the Confirmand create their personal statement of faith.
Please complete the form, found below, to enroll your child.