The Confirmation Classes at Christ Lutheran begin in the 5th grade and conclude in the 8th grade. The 7th and 8th grade classes are required for Confirming the Faith and First Communion. In the first two years, the classes review the main teachings of the Old and New Testaments. In the 7th and 8th grade levels, the classes study the six chief parts of the Lutheran catechism: Ten Commandments, Apostles’ Creed, Lord’s Prayer, Sacrament of Baptism, Office of the Keys and Confession and the Sacrament of Holy Communion. The 8th Graders also participate in a special Confirmation retreat in the fall. The Rite of Confirmation is celebrated on the third Sunday of May. Our teachers seek to help the student grow closer to God through faith in Jesus Christ and to one another in faith.

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CONFIRMATION REGISTRATION for the 2015-2016 confirmation classes has begun.  Registration forms are available on the narthex table and online on this website.  Please return completed forms to the Church Office.  Classes start on Wednesday, September 16, at 4:45, with a parent meeting at 5:30.  ALL NEW AND RETURNING STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE A FORM.


2018-02-24 12:52:24 louisp

The 8th grade Elder/Parent/Confirmand meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 14, from 5:30 to 6:20 in the sanctuary. We will discuss very important information about the Rite of Confirmation at that time, so it is critical that the student and at least one parent participate in this meeting. If you are unable to attend this meeting, please contact Pastor Rohlfs at or 708-349-0431.

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2017-12-28 09:36:47 dporzel

CONFIRMATION CLASSES will resume on Wednesday, January 10. The 7th and 8th Grade alternate classes will resume on Saturday, January 13, at 8:00.

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Confirmation Class Registration Form

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