Highland Park

Middle School

Building meaningful relationships and investing spiritually in your 7th-8th Grader.

What Middle School Looks Like

Confirmation Class

Confirmation Class

Confirmation Class

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Confirmation Class

HP Pres Confirmation provides 7th graders with the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the Christian faith, to reflect on what they personally believe about God, and to discover more of what it means to participate in this church family.

A $75 fee covers your student's Confirmation Bible presented at the end of the semester, Alpha Retreat in October at Sky Ranch in Van, TX, and meals and any expenses that may occur for the weekly Confirmation gatherings on Sunday evenings from 6-7:30 pm.

If you have any questions, please contact Daniel Brooke at daniel.brooke@hppres.org.

Middle School FAQ

If you are interested in leading a middle school or high school small group let us know that we can Count You In.

Confirmation encourages our students to own and articulate their faith in Christ and to become covenant partners of Highland Park Pres. The Confirmation program can be captured under three headings: 1) The Faith, 2) My Faith, and 3) Our Faith.

The Faith: We will teach students the faith “once and for all handed down to the saints” (Jude 1:3). Through the Confirmation gatherings, our students will gain an understanding of the great story of God’s redemption that spans from creation to recreation.

My Faith: We will give students the opportunity to own and verbalize their personal faith in Christ through studying and memorizing Scripture, memorizing the Apostles’ Creed, writing their faith statement, meeting regularly with their mentor, and discussing their faith statement and vows with an HPPC staff leader.

Our Faith: We will give students the opportunity to experience Christ-centered community by actively participating in the Student Ministry of Highland Park Presbyterian Church. This will be lived out through small group Bible studies, serving opportunities, and retreats. We want our students to get a sense of what it means to be a lifelong disciple of Jesus as a member of a particular body of Christ.

Yes! Age-appropriate mission trips take place around our city, our state, and the world. Learn more.

Questions?

Contact Daniel Brooke, Associate Director of Students