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Baptism allows you to share your faith journey with others while solidifying your personal commitment to follow Jesus Christ. This public declaration is unforgettable and has a lasting impact for those who witness it.

What's that? You have questions? Good news: You can check out the FAQ below or simply fill out the form to learn more.

Tell us a bit about yourself by filling out the form. You can also use the form to ask questions about baptism.
We want to help you get mentally and emotionally ready, and we want to get to know you more.
While chatting, we'll help figure out a schedule that works.
It's time to celebrate this momentous occasion, together! 

Ready to take the plunge?

Common Questions About Baptism

Here are some answers to the most common questions we receive about baptism.

What is baptism?

Baptism is an outward acknowledgement of an internal change brought on by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. Okay, that was simpler terms, baptism is a symbolic act declaring publicly that you are a follower of Jesus. 
Acts 16:31-34, 1 Peter 3:21

Why should I be baptized?

We can also ask: is baptism important? Short answer: yes! Longer answer...of course! Kidding aside, we get baptized because the one we follow instructed us to do so and he set an example for us.
Being obedient to Jesus' instructions demonstrates not only our belief in His ultimate authority, but also that we follow him.

Do you baptize children?

Our role as parents is to shepherd and guide our children, pointing them to Jesus. In the end, however, our children are the ones who must decide to commit their lives to Him.
Baptism follows on the heels of a person's decision to put their ultimate trust in Jesus. So, we wait until a child is old enough to express their decision to follow Jesus and understand the meaning of baptism.
We encourage you to facilitate  conversations with your children about baptism and following Jesus, but don't dominate the convo.

When should I get baptized?

If you have made a decision to follow Jesus as Lord of your life and savior of your soul, then the next step for you on your path of discipleship is baptism. You're ready!

Immerse? Sprinkle? Spray Bottle?

We take our cue from the example set forth in scripture: water baptisms were performed by immersion.  Also, the original word, baptizo, translates as "to dip", "to immerse", or "to sink".
Because the act of baptism is symbolic of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus, submerging in water gives a closer picture of how we have died to our old life and Jesus has raised us from our spiritual death into new life.

Do I need to be baptized again?

If you haven't been baptized since you decided to follow Jesus, then we want to help you take your next step on the path of discipleship. There is joy in obedience to God and He always gives us more than we deserve or can imagine.