Confirmation is an opportunity for a person to declare a commitment to the person and ways of Jesus Christ and to ask for the community’s support in this decision. The reasons one seeks confirmation may differ from person to person. Confirmation is an opportunity for a person to make for himself or herself the promises that were made on his or her behalf when the person was baptized as an infant. Others who were baptized in other Christian traditions choose to be confirmed as a means of formally joining the Episcopal Church. Regardless of the reason, those seeking confirmation may consult with the rector about their intentions. St. Michael and All Angels offers a variety of formation programs throughout the year that lead to confirmation by one of our Diocesan Bishops.