Purity Ring Ceremony.... Ideas anyone?

Torri - posted on 06/25/2009 ( 5 moms have responded )




I'm planning to have a purity ring ceremony at my church for my daughter on her 15th birthday. But here's my problem... I Have NO IDEA what to do. I had been planning on giving her a purity ring for her 15th birthday anyway.... but one Sunday at church we were having a baby dedication and I thought " why can't we do this for our teen girls in regards to their purity?" So I spoke to my pastor and he's thrilled with the idea but i have no idea how to do this. are there certificates? Please any ideas would be tremendously helpful



Nickie - posted on 09/10/2009




Our youth pastor and pastor presented a 4 week program on purity by "The Silver Ring Thing." The youth pastor worked with the youth and the pastor with the parents. Silver rings (1 Thes 3:4) were available for purchase during these 4 weeks. The Sunday morning following the program, our pastor called all of the teens that made the committment and their parents to the front of the church and prayed over us. It was a wonderful experience. I purchased a ring as a reminder to pray for my daughter's purity as well as that of her future mate. The Silver Ring Thing people have conferences all over or a video program you can purchase. Their website is www.silverringthing.com

Brisy - posted on 09/04/2009




Well, My husband is a pastor and he is officiating a ceremony for a young girl turning 16. she is having a sweet sixteen and her parents will be placing the purity ring on her finger...i just realized that your post is from June! I hope this post is not too late, LOL well my husband has a ceremony for it, so if you still need it please let me know! Bless you!


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MarisaDc - posted on 06/30/2014




I was looking for a church to hold a purity ball? would any of you know of some churches that do that?

Laura - posted on 10/21/2012




@Brisy Ortiz, do you still have the ceremony fot the Purity Ring Ceremony, we are going to presnet to our daughter at her Sweet 16

Marie - posted on 07/25/2009




Have you searched this topic on the net? You may want to borrow some of the traditions used by Mexicans for their "quinceana" celebrations (It's a festival for the 15th birthday.) Or, check with your local Catholic church about their Rite of Confirmation training, which will encourage the religious tone of the ceremony. The RoC ceremony is about becoming a young adult in the parish community, and purity & celibacy are discussed among many other issues. The RoC director may help you. God Bless!

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