Confirmation is the when a person confirms the promises made on their behalf if they were baptised as babies. It is a symbolic act allowing the baptised person to make a mature statement of faith. It is also a sign of full membership to the Christian Community.

If a person hasn’t already been baptised, then that can happen at around the same time as Confirmation. 

Important promises are made when a person is Confirmed so it is important to understand what it’s all about.

Find out more from this Church of England article and when you want to find out more contact us.

(If you are under 18, please ask for the agreement of your parent/guardian.)

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