Baptism is a way to show your commitment to follow Jesus. Remembering your baptism is a way to recommit your life to Christ in a new season of faith.

In the United Methodist Church, Baptism is God’s covenant with us through grace. You only need to be baptized one time. We accept baptisms in the United Methodist Church and from other Christian churches.

Jesus Changed My Life: Baptism Sunday

We will celebrate the end of our current sermon series, Jesus Changed My Life, with Baptism Sunday, February 27. You can be baptized for the first time or renew your baptismal covenant at any of our three services.

To be baptized for the first time on Baptism Sunday (February 27, 2022), fill this form out.

To remember and reaffirm your baptismal promise on Baptism Sunday (February 27, 2022), fill this form out.

Baptisms & Reaffirmations

If you want to be baptized or reaffirm and remember your baptism, but you don’t want to participate in Baptism Sunday here’s how:

If you have never been baptized and would like to be baptized in any of our worship services at any date, please fill out this form.

If you have been baptized, but you desire to rededicate your life to Jesus through a special act of baptismal remembrance in any of our worship services at any date, please fill out this form.

If you would like to baptize your infant or young child, you can fill this form out. We perform infant baptisms in all three services (8:45 Traditional, 10:00 Modern, 11:00 Traditional). There are a few Sundays each year when we don’t offer baptisms–Communion Sundays, All Saints Sunday (typically the first Sunday in November), Lessons & Carols Sunday, and Christmas Eve. Infant baptism requests are taken on a first-come, first-served basis.