I was recently offered the opportunity to be confirmed in the Anglican Church. I have been going for four months consistently. I just recently started taking communion. I have been confirmed in other denominations (Methodist and Disciples of Christ) and it seems it is always right after I start going they ask me to become a member. I always do; for no other reason than they offer it. The last time I actually had only been going three weeks and they sent out a letter. I do like the Anglican church. It is very different from any church I have been to in the past. It seems a lot more focused on God and Jesus. But, since it is very different; should I wait until I know absolutely everything about the Anglican church? The priest asked me to go to a class before church he is teaching and he said if I do; I will know everything I need to. He has been amazing answering all of my questions. I have never had anyone willing to answer so many questions without being annoyed. I know I can not be baptized more than once. But, he says the Bishop comes and puts his hands on you to impart the Holy Spirit. Was that not already done with the above mentioned denominations? I think this is the right church/parish for me. But, since I have the tendency to church hop. I want to be sure. Should I go a head and do the class and become a member or should I say no; and just attend for a while more. I think it just happens once a year. Added information: I have panic attacks in social situations. I don't know if that may be why I am second guessing if I should do this or not. Just walking into the church and the class is a very daunting task.