What is Confirmation?
At baptism the responsibility for faith is placed on parents and sponsors. At Confirmation, this responsibility is passed to the young adult.
Confirmation is a man-made practice or “rite” in which a person publicly admits (or “professes”) his/her faith in Jesus as Lord and Savior.
A person promises that s/he would rather die than give up this faith in Christ. As a church connected to the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, Trinity practices the Rite of Confirmation and offers it to members, both adults and youth.