The sacrament of Baptism is a sign and symbol of God's profound grace at work in you or your child's life.
Baptism declares that you or your child belongs to God and is united to all of God’s saving activity through time culminating in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
For more information on theological significance of baptism, see http://www.presbyterianmission.org/what-we-believe/baptism/
If you are interested being baptized or having your child baptized, one of the pastors would love to talk to you. Children in elementary school are baptized upon the confession of faith of their parents or guardian, one of which needs to be a member of the church. The date of the baptism is arranged with the pastor on a Sunday that works for the church and the family. Baptisms occur after an orientation time with the pastor and approval of the Session.
For more information email Co-Pastor Mary Graves or Co-Pastor Kurt Heineman.