Confirmation is one of the three Sacraments of Initiation; with Baptism and Eucharist. Confirmation completes the Rite of Baptism as the person to make the Baptismal Promises for them-selves and is graced with the Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
Confirmation requires that a young person attend a minimum of one full year of Religious Education prior to entering Direct Preparation for the Sacrament.
Service and Mission are a way of life for all Catholics and it should be practiced on a regular basis: service to family, to church and to community.
Confirmation Candidates also partake in a retreat day especially designed for them as the enter the last phase of preparation for the sacrament.
The Confirmandi normally meet with the Parish Leader for a discussion about their faith journey and readiness for the sacrament.
Everyone preparing to receive a Sacrament should be in a state of grace so the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered.
Direct Preparation consists of 6-8 well prepared classes to be determined with the Coordinator of Faith Formation and the Parish Leader
We are currently seeking a Faith Formation Coordinator for our parish