Confirmation

“So everyone who acknowledges me before men, I also will acknowledge before my Father who is in heaven,  but whoever denies me before men, I also will deny before my Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 10:32-33).

What is Confirmation?

Youth Confirmation is a public rite of the Church that is preceded by a period of instruction designed to help young baptized Christians make a public profession of faith in Jesus Christ and identify with the life and mission of the Christian community. This public profession of faith is made on Confirmation Sunday along with the other youth of one’s confirmation class.

Why is it called Head-to-Heart (H2H) Confirmation?

We want our young disciples to know the Gospel and teachings of Christianity (head) and believe it so that they trust Christ with their lives and find their place of service in His name (heart).

Calvary’s confirmation instruction follows a process of two years, normally occurring during a student’s 6th and 7th grade. Member children of Calvary should enroll, as well as children whose parents are in the process of joining Calvary. We also welcome other students who want to participate.

In order to provide the best environment for connection and growth, H2H focuses on teaching students in the 6th and 7th grade (or above). If you have children of a similar age and desire both to attend H2H at the same time, we encourage you to consider starting your older child a year later.

When does Head-to-Heart Meet?

Head-to-Heart meets on Sundays during the school year. Our usual night follows this schedule:

5:30-6:15              Opening & large group teaching by a Pastor or Youth Director

6:15-6:55              Small group gathering with Adult Mentors

6:55-7:00              Closing and Prayer

Contact the church office 317-783-2000 or to discuss questions you may have or to enroll your child.