We will be having baptisms on Sunday, August 20th. Baptism is an acknowledgement that Jesus didn’t just die for us a long time ago and then leave us to fend for ourselves. He invited us then and now to follow him, to die to our old selves and our former ways of living and being. Our immersion in the baptism waters is a picture of our dying with Christ in his death, and our emerging from the water represents our being raised to new life.
If you or your child are interested in being baptized, or if you’d like more information, please email Tim at [email protected]