At Baptism, parents and god-parents
undertake to bring up the child in the Christian faith.
is when a person confirms his or her own allegiance to Christianity as the
faith by which he or she will try to live.
Confirmation is the
gateway to Communion as it enables you to receive the bread and the wine. The
Confirmation Service is taken by a Bishop.
is preceded by a course of instruction, designed to provide an
adult-level introduction to Christianity and the Church. It gives all the
information needed to decide whether someone wants to be confirmed.
can be confirmed at any age from thirteen upwards.
are normally two routes to Confirmation at St Margaret's, either via
Youth Club or
through a separate Confirmation
courses begin in the Autumn and comprise ten sessions of about an
here to see some photographs from the
2006 Confirmation Service at St Margaret's.
further details, please contact any member of our Ministerial Team.
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