Silver Chalice

When we are baptized as children our parents make promises on our behalf about how they will bring us up in the Christian faith. Confirmation is the opportunity to confirm and take on these promises for ourselves and enter into the fullness of baptism.

If you’re thinking of being confirmed please contact one of the clergy, who should be able to tell you when and where the next confirmation service will take place, and details of pre-confirmation classes. These are usually run over six weeks in a small, informal group setting.

In the past confirmation used to be the point at which people were able to take Holy Communion for the first time, however this is no longer always the case.  Any adult who is baptized and who wants to experience the fullness of Christ’s saving death is welcome to receive bread and wine with us.  Children who have had Communion before Confirmation classes are also welcome to take part in communion with us.