Those who accepted His message were baptized." (Acts 2:41)
For a believer, baptism is identification with Christ. He died, was buried, and rose again the third day. In baptism, the believer is lowered under the water and brought back up again. It’s a public display of their association with the work of Christ: his death, burial and resurrection. Coming out of the water, we are stating publicly that when we were saved, we received new life in Christ. After our baptism, we look back on it as reminder to us of the "new life" that should characterize a child of God.
If you have put your faith in Christ and have not yet been baptized we encourage you to attend our required Baptism class. The class will be held at 8:45am on Sunday August 11th at the church.
Please sign up at the Info Hub on Sunday or email the church offices: firstname.lastname@example.org
August 18th at Camp Yomechas in Middleboro, Ma.
Service starts at 10am, followed by the Baptism down at the lake. Bring a lunch for you and your family, we will provide the dessert and water.
Invite your family ad friends! There is a pool and a changing room, as well as Kayaks and Canoes! Please bring your chairs.
There is an air-conditioned building for people to hang out in, if needed.