Baptism is an outward expression of an inward faith.

Watchman Nee


Baptism is a public demonstration of your faith in Jesus. It’s like a wedding ring—it’s the outward symbol of inner faith. Baptism illustrates Christ’s death, burial and resurrection and is a way to follow Christ’s example (Mark 1:9) and obey him (Matthew 28:19-20).

Our next baptisms are on Easter, April 12. If you are interested or have questions, please contact John Larsen:

Questions about Baptism

How do I sign up?

Sign up forms will become available soon. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

We require the names of the individual being baptized and the individual who will be baptizing him or her. Please indicate if you will be attending the baptism class.

Who can baptize me or my child?

According to the Scriptures, any baptized believer can perform a baptism. Typically, this is someone who has had an influence on the spiritual journey of the individual being baptized.

When should I arrive?

Come to the Lobby by 9:30 a.m. A pastor, office representative or baptism volunteer will meet you and walk you through the process.

What should I wear/bring?

Men usually wear dark shorts and a dark T-shirt. We have baptismal robes available for women, which can go over shorts and a T-shirt or a swimsuit. Bring a change of clothes, a towel and a plastic bag for your wet clothes.