We know that we have come to know Him if we obey His commands.
1 John 2:3
BAPTISM HAS MEANING
Baptism is an outward demonstration of an inward change. It illustrates Christ’s death, burial and resurrection.
“For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that He was buried, that He was raised on the third day…” (1 Corinthians 15:3-4)
“Having been buried with Him in baptism and raised with Him through your faith in the power of God, who raised Him from the dead.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should be baptized?
What about children?
What about infant baptism?
If you have not experienced adult baptism, even though you have experienced baptism as an infant, the full meaning and significance of baptism has yet to take place in your life. We strongly encourage you to be baptized as an adult believer in Christ.
When should I be baptized?
The Bible teaches that baptism should follow your decision to become a believer. There is no reason to delay. If you wait until you are “good” enough, you will never feel ready for baptism. Since baptism is not a part of your salvation but a symbol of it, it is acceptable to wait until the next scheduled baptism.
What should I expect when being baptized?
Dress in a dark shirt and shorts and bring a towel; remember to bring a change of clothes to wear home. Arrive 45 minutes before the service to receive instructions. Attend the baptism class Saturday at 5:15pm, Sunday 8:15am or 10:00am. Class is held in the Balcony Landing – Open Space on the second floor church side.