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Confirmation is the rite in which we express a mature commitment to
Christ, and receive strength from the Holy Spirit through prayer
and the laying on of hands by a bishop.
Book of Common Prayer, pg 860.
Every one or two years,
Bishop Doug Fisher makes an Episcopal Visit to Trinity. During the
visit, the Bishop celebrates Eucharist with us, and he confirms, receives
and baptizes candidates from the parish.
Our next Episcopal Visit will happen on April 6, 2014.
In preparation for his visit, Fr. Mac and others lead the Youth and Adult
Confirmation Classes for all those young people who would like to be confirmed.
At Confirmation, we affirm the vows made for us at Baptism by our parents and
The Bible is the foundation of all Christian belief. The
Bible Gateway gives
access to several translations of the Bible into English and many
Our Sunday readings at Trinity are taken from the New
Revised Standard Version (NRSV) of the Bible. This version, and
a few others are available online thanks to the
Oremus Bible Browser.
The Book of Common Prayer unites us as Episcopalians, providing
the form of worship for our services. As you prepare for
Confirmation, you need a copy of the Book of Common Prayer.
You can borrow one from Trinty.
You can also find an excellent, indexed,
Book of Common Prayer online, thanks to St. Gabriel's Episcopal
Church in Oakwood GA.
The Order of Service for several forms of Daily Prayer are found in the
Book of Common Prayer.
the main Oremus page provides
a form of Daily Prayer.