Baptism is an important step in your walk with Jesus. It’s a relationship builder and a step of obedience, and more than that, it’s an outward sign of what Jesus is doing in your heart. Baptism is a public declaration of your faith, a way of showing others that you’ve committed to following Jesus. If you’ve never been baptized or want to reaffirm that decision, we would love to get you baptized and celebrate with you!
How it Works
We hold baptisms every few months. When you sign up, we’ll give you a baptism Bible study to complete at home that includes specific verses on baptism and gives you the chance to reflect, describe your faith story, and—if you want—share that story with us! Our church created this baptism study, and we have versions available for both kids and adults.
All our baptisms are held at the front of the sanctuary during Sunday services. On the day of your baptism, we’ll ask that you wear dark-colored clothing that you don’t mind getting wet, and after your baptism, one of our team members will give you a towel and lead you to a private changing area.
Am I ready be baptized?
Is baptism part of “being saved”?
How can I be saved?
What if I still have questions?
Our pastors are also available to meet with you and answer any questions that remain.
Can kids get baptized?
The way that we understand it from the Bible, baptism is a step that we are commanded by Jesus to take (Matthew 28:19) after we’ve made a personal commitment to be born again. This isn’t a decision that parents can make for their kids, which is why we don’t baptize babies. When it comes to kids making this commitment, each child might be ready at a different age. So we work closely with parents (because they know their kids best), to be sure that baptism will have all the meaning Jesus intended it to have for them.