Time to make a public declaration of your faith.

Baptism is a big deal.

As it says in Colossians 2:12, when you’re baptized, you’re “buried with [Christ] in baptism” and “raised with Him through faith in the working of God, who raised him from the dead.”

Simply put, it’s a public declaration that you’re on team Jesus now, and that you’re committed to his bride, the local church. It's a big deal. If you have not yet been baptized and want to be, you've come to the right place.

What is baptism?

The act of baptism is when a Christian is immersed in water and then raised back up again. It is an outward action that symbolizes what has inwardly happened in a person’s life when they put their faith in Jesus Christ. That person was “buried” with Christ in His death and then “raised” with Christ to a new and eternal life. It illustrates a new life in the resurrected Christ.

Who should be baptized?

The Bible is clear that the act of baptism does not save a person from their sins. It is only by their faith in Jesus’ death and resurrection that a person can be forgiven and saved from their sins (see Ephesians 2:8-9). Therefore, baptism is for anybody who has made the decision to receive Christ as their Savior and it should happen soon after this decision has been made (see Acts 2:41; Acts 8:12).

Why should Christians be baptized?

Jesus commands that His followers be baptized (see Matthew 28:19-20). For the Christian, baptism is an act of obedience that publicly shows the world that a person has been saved by Christ and is now following Christ, much like a wedding ring shows that a person is married. We should also follow the example of obedience by Christ Himself (see Mark 1:9).

Ready to dive in?

We're ecstatic for this decision. After signing up, one of our pastors will contact you a few days before your scheduled baptism to go over details and answer any questions. At that time let them know if there’s someone specific you’d like to baptize you.

You'll also get a packet of information with logistics for your baptism including how to prepare, what to bring, and what to do before & during the service!

Hear the testimony.

Watch our most recent baptism service.