Help your congregation welcome a new member to the family and give the person being confirmed a special keepsake for the occasion. The certificate features a gold-stamped cross and flame in a circle, with the words “CERTIFICATE OF CONFIRMATION AND RECEPTION AS A PROFESSING MEMBER” on the cover. Three certificates with envelopes are included in each package. Certificates are 5” x 7”.Words on each c...
Publisher: Abingdon Press; Lslf edition (January 1, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.3 x 8.1 inches
Amazon Rank: 1146565
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are:THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCHCERTIFICATEOF CONFIRMATIONAND RECEPTIONAS A PROFESSING MEMBERThis certifies that______________________________________________of____________________________________________was confirmed intoChrist’s holy Church andreceived as a professing member of______________________________________________Churchat______________________________________________on_________________________________, ______________________________________________________________PastorGive this certificate as a remembrance and a beautiful keepsake of your special day.Check out useful resources in the Related Product Section below.Check out our complete on-line selection of Confirmation Resources.Did you know. . .Certificates of Confirmation and Reception are tangible recognition from the church of significant milestones in each person's spiritual journey and of their commitment to Christian living. Presentation of certificates helps the church build relationships with youth and adults in the congregation. At the same time, certificates help persons remember and respond to their covenant relationship with God, church, and neighbor.The Cross and Flame symbol relates The United Methodist Church to God through Christ (cross) and the Holy Spirit (flame). The flame is a reminder of Pentecost when witnesses were unified by the power of the Holy Spirit and saw "tongues, as of fire" (Acts 2:3).