For brothers and sisters who are interested in getting baptized and/or transferring their church membership, we will be beginning the new curriculum of classes on August 8.

If you're interest, please complete the form below!


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Baptism / New Members Course

We believe baptism is intended for individuals who have received the saving grace of Jesus Christ’s atoning work while becoming His disciples. In obedience to Christ’s command and as a testimony to God, the church, oneself and the world; a believer should be immersed in water in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Baptism is a visual and symbolic demonstration of a person’s union with Christ in the likeness of His death and resurrection. It signifies that a person’s former way of life has been put to death and depicts a release from the mastery of sin.
As a symbol, baptism illustrates a number of significant realities:

  1. Christ’s death and resurrection
  2. The disciple’s union with Christ in His death and resurrection
  3. The new life in which a disciple walks
  4. Cleansing and washing away of sin

We invite you to join us for a baptism class if you have asked for forgiveness of your sins, believe Jesus died for your sins, and have accepted Him as your Lord and Savior. Please contact one of the pastoral staff or ministries leaders for more information.

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Courses Interest Form

To learn more or sign up for courses, please submit your info here:

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Infant / Child Dedication Covenant

Congratulations! We are ecstatic that you have decided to take this step in Infant/Child Dedication. It is our honor as a church to not only bless your child, but also stand beside you as you begin this new journey of faith parenting. We are committed to your spiritual success as a family. It is our desire that the Infant/Child Dedication Covenant is a part of your personal and spiritual journey of sanctification as a Christian family.

Please complete the interest form (above) for more information on Infant/Child Dedication that typically occurs annually on Mother’s Day.


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