Confirmation (10 & 11th Grade)

Youth Class

Students complete a confirmation curriculum that teaches what it means to become a member of this church and the church universal. In the spring, students may choose to join the United Parish in a special confirmation service.

Upcoming Confirmation (10 & 11th Grade) Events

Latest Confirmation (10 & 11th Grade) News

Pilgrimage Tool Drive!
Posted: Jun 29 2018 - 11:45am

The United Parish confirmation class will be leaving on July 22 to attend Pilgrimage at HOME Inc. in Orland, Maine. Among the many service opportunities at HOME Inc., we will be helping out with construction projects for folks in need. We will be joining many other groups this week, and HOME Inc. has limited tools.

Tools we could use include: hammers, tool belts, hard hats, safety glasses, work gloves, tape measures, cordless drills, paint brushes, sanding blocks/paper, etc.

We will provide tape/sharpies for you to mark your tools and a sign in/out sheet to keep track of what you’ve lent us. If you would like to lend any tools to our group, please drop them off in the Church Office between now and July 22, when we will have a blessing of the tools, the hearts that lent them, and the hands that will use them, and then send our youth on their way! Contact Associate Pastor, Amy Norton at

Teacher Appreciation Breakfast
Posted: Jun 1 2018 - 5:26pm

On Sunday, June 10 there will be a breakfast honoring all of the church school teachers at 9:45am in Memorial Park (weather permitting; rain location is Parlor). All church school students, parents and teachers are invited. This is the last time church school will meet until September. For more information, contact

Youth Participation in City Reach
Posted: May 3 2018 - 3:50pm

On Friday, May 11-Saturday, May 12, youth from United Parish will participate in common cathedral’s overnight outreach program, CityReach, which allows youth to learn about homelessness. During the program, the youth will join CityReach staff in street ministry and offer hospitality, food and clothing. This is followed by times of sharing and reflection. For more information, contact Amy Norton at