Aug 11, 2014 · While confirmation is a time-honored rite of passage in our Lutheran tradition, we tend to treat confirmation like the finish line when it is really more like the starting gate. Rosanne: Good question. At one time (like when I was confirmed), confirmation was a rite of passage. 35 rows · Lutheran Confirmation is now online! This overview of the Lutheran Faith, based on .
Adult Confirmation also serves as an “Inquiry Class” for those who want more information about Christianity and Lutheran beliefs without committing themselves to anything beyond attending the class. About halfway through, participants will be invited to indicate if they desire to be baptized or confirmed. Adult Confirmation. Using the book “Making Sense of the Christian Faith” by Dr. David Lose and Luther’s Small Catechism, this 8 session class will engage the basic confessions of the Lutheran expression of the Christian faith. This class is for anyone interested, whether you’ve previously been confirmed or not.
Lutheran Christians are united by their acceptance of the teachings of the reformer Martin Luther, who broke away from the Roman Catholic Church in the early 1500s because he believed its teachings. Lutheran Confirmation is now online! This overview of the Lutheran Faith, based on Luther's Small Catechism, is the perfect resource for your Lutheran Confirmation ministry. This conservative, confessional resource can be utilized by all Christians--especially Lutherans (WELS, LCMS, ELS, et al).