ConfirmationConfirmation is primarily for those in the 6th grade, or any middle-schooler who has not gone through this process. Confirmation is that time in a person's life when he or she responds to God's grace with intentional commitment, publicly reaffirming his or her baptismal vows before the congregation.

At Westbury UMC, confirmation is highly encouraged! We kick off our season of intensive spiritual formation with a retreat, followed by a series of classes from 9:15 to 10:30 am on Sunday mornings. Our learning together is centered around the Credo curriculum. Students walk through the curriculum with several different guest teachers and our pastors. By the end, the goal is for each confirmand to:

  • Know Your Story... Encounter the faith narrative from creation to Christianity.
  • Confirm Your Faith... Embrace the essential beliefs and practices of The United Methodist Church.
  • Live Your Commitment... Embody the confirmation vows and embark on the Christian discipleship journey.

We typically celebrate the official confirmation of the students in our Easter worship service each spring. This milestone is of great spiritual significance to the individual and the entire congregation.

You can navigate over to the Sign-ups & Forms section of the youth website, click here to find this information and the sign-up for the Confirmation Retreat

Who: Any 6th grade confirmand or middle school student who has not gone through confirmation
What: A retreat away for all confirmands to bond by studying, playing, worshiping, eating, and growing together!
When: Friday September 12 (depart Westbury at 6:00pm) - Sunday September 14 (return to Westbury by 2:00pm)
Where: Camp Allen in Navasota, Texas
Cost: Free

If you would like your middle school student to attend Confirmation this year, you will need to sign them up for the retreat. (click here)

For more details, contact Josh Lemons at

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