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What is Orange?
Orange is simple. It’s a strategy.
Orange combines the influences of the church and the home to have a significantly greater impact on your child’s future.
At Charity, we want to partner with you to help your child discover and embrace a growing relationship with Jesus.
Middle School Program
Programming takes place Wednesday nights and includes a time for large group, small group and a service geared toward middle schoolers.
Charity provides a safe environment with consistent, God-loving leaders. The program is designed to prepare youth to confirm faith. That takes diving into what the Bible says and foundational Lutheran teachings.
Lessons are done in a fun, engaging, and age-relatable way with many events throughout the year bringing us closer to each other and to Jesus.
What is Confirmation?
At Charity, we desire to challenge our students to seek God and allow their lives to be transformed by the Holy Spirit.
Offers an intensive, yet fun, program for students grades 6-9. This is not your grandma’s confirmation program.
Aims to challenge our youth to NOT conform to this world (Romans 12:2), but to be an example for others with their actions and words. We focus on learning about what the Bible says and foundational Lutheran teachings on what it means to be a believer.
Allows students to have real life experience with local and global mission work.
1. Demonstrate consistent attendance at Middle School Programming and WOW service.
2. Complete Confirmation Requirements.
3. Interview with youth team member.
4. Share personal testimony.
REQUEST FOR CONFIRMATION FORM
Register your child online at www.CharityLutheran.org. Fill in the form, hit submit and a director will contact you.
Youth will be asked to check in on Wednesday nights. They can do so with their phones or with the iPad in the youth room. This allows us to track attendance.
Must complete a Bible study (minimum 6 weeks)
Attend Crystal Springs Camp
Serve (service projects)
Nursery Assistance Teaching Assistant
VBS Volunteer Homeless Shelter
Ministry on the Margins United Day of Care (August)
Salvation Army bell ringing
Transform (mission trips)
Minneapolis Guatemala (through Circle C)
McLaughlin (3 times) Other approved mission trip
Roots (Bible and prayer)
Regular attendance to confirmation classes.
Voluntary Affirmation of Faith defined
This must be a personal decision. It must be free from any undue social, family, or even pastoral pressure. After having completed training, each student is now free to publicly affirm his/her faith before the congregation during worship. This rite is what is commonly known as the Confirmation (affirmation of Baptism) and means that an individual publicly takes ownership of his/her relationship with Christ. This process, because it is voluntary, involves some components that each student is free to fulfill at their own pace.