Baptism

We believe that baptism is a visible representation of a person’s identification with the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus (Romans 6:3-5)

We encourage and celebrate believer’s baptism by immersing a person in water who has consciously chosen to follow Jesus Christ. When that person goes underwater, it publicly symbolizes the passing away of the old life, and when they are raised out of the water, it represents new life in Christ (Col. 2:12).

We are excited that you want to take this next step and we would love to baptize you!

Upcoming Baptisms

We’re going to do baptisms as part of an upcoming Sunday service! They’ll look a little bit different than usual due to the current social distancing limitations, but this is still your opportunity to declare your faith in Jesus publicly right now. The deadline for the current round passed on May 10, but if you’d still like to be baptized, sign up now and we’ll notify you as soon as we have the next baptism date confirmed.

If you would like to apply to be baptized, get started by clicking the link below that corresponds to you:

Click here for the Adult Baptism Form
Click here for the Sr. Youth Baptism Form (Gr. 9-12)
Click here for the Jr. Youth Baptism Form (Gr. 6-8)
Click here for the Child Baptism Form (Gr. 1-5)

 

Baptism Discussion Guide for Families

If your child has expressed an interest in being baptized, check out our family discussion guide to help you talk to your child about baptism. Since baptism only happens once, we want to help you ensure that your child is ready to take this step in their faith. This guide will help you break down the act of baptism in terms and ideas that your child can understand to help you talk with them and determine if they are ready to take this big step.

Family Discussion Guide (mobile)
Family Discussion Guide (printable)