We are delighted that you want to explore confirmation.

It is important to see confirmation as a part of your journey in faith in Christ and not in isolation – a process of exploration as much as a destination.

It is very usual nowadays for people to be confirmed as adults: there is no right or wrong age. There is no upon age limit, and indeed the experiences of later life – redundancy, retirement, bereavement – often open up new possibilities of exploration.

We would normally expect those to be confirmed to be twelve years old or more. Younger children may be admitted to Holy Communion – that is to say, may receive Holy Communion with the support of their families, after a short course of preparation.

In all instances, the wisest next step is to talk to the clergy or a trusted Christian friend. They will accompany you, and support and encourage you; and they will be encouraged by your exploration.

There is more about Confirmation here.

The next Confirmation in Knaresborough is expected to be on Sunday 2nd July. Details of preparation groups here.