What is the significance of Baptism?
Baptism declares that you are a follower of Jesus Christ. It is a public confession of your faith in, and commitment to, Jesus Christ. It is the next step after repentance and saving faith, and it is an important foundation for the Christian life. Baptism is a symbol of Christ’s burial and resurrection. Our entrance into the water during baptism identifies us with Christ’s death on the cross, His burial in the tomb, and His resurrection from the dead. It is a symbol of your new life as a Christian, in which we are burying the “old life” and rising to walk in a “new life”!
Who Should Be baptized?
Every person who has made the decision to believe in Christ! Whether it happens as a sign of a new believer or you are rededicating yourself to following Jesus, water baptism is a significant moment in the life of a believer. It’s an opportunity to declare to the world, your friends, and your family that you have decided to follow Jesus. It’s a reason to celebrate!
How do I get baptized at Faithbridge?
We consider it a privilege to join with you as you publicly share that you’ve been brought from death to life in Jesus Christ.
Adults can sign up to be baptized by completing an online form. This information is helpful to our team as you move forward in the process. We will then contact you, share the upcoming baptism dates, and answer any questions you have. Baptisms are celebrated at a host home, and you are encouraged to invite your family and friends to celebrate with you.
To sign up for adult baptism, click here.
Upcoming Adult Baptisms:
- June 2
- September 22
- November 3
For more information about the next student baptism on contact Beth Hardisty.
Child Believer Baptism is available for any older elementary child who has accepted Jesus. Children and one of their parents must attend and complete a Child Believer’s Baptism class to be eligible for the Baptism Celebration later this season.
Click here for more information about the next Child Believer Baptism Class on Sunday, September 8.
Parents wanting to have an infant baptized or dedicated are required to attend an Infant Baptism and Dedication Class. We'll talk about the meaning of infant baptism/dedication and provide families with the opportunity to ask questions about what happens during the infant baptism and dedication.
Click here for more information about the next Infant Baptism/Dedication Parent Class on Sunday, June 2.