- Sunday 10AM
We believe that baptism is an important step of obedience for every person who has accepted Christ as his or her Savior. Click here to listen to or watch Doug's message on baptism.
The following information explains baptism and the necessary steps to be baptized at an upcoming service.
Christians believe that the blood of Jesus
If you have accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, then you are ready to be baptized. Just like a bride and groom show others their love for one another by wearing wedding bands, your baptism is your opportunity to show others that you have accepted Christ and are now walking with Him.
Baptism is a way of showing others that you have entered into a relationship with Jesus Christ. It symbolizes what took place in your heart at the time of salvation:
The baptism process at Grace has been designed to be both simple and meaningful. From the baptism orientation through the actual day of baptism, each step has been carefully planned with you in mind:
In the Worship Center, every second Sunday after service. Join us in the balcony.
Forms are available here or at the Baptism Orientation. Once we receive your registration form we will contact you to schedule your baptism.
We provide you with three basic questions on the online form and at the orientation that will assist you in writing out your testimony. Although not mandatory, we encourage you to read your testimony live, on stage, prior to your baptism. (This can be very simple; a few sentences for each question is perfect!) If you have any questions or concerns about your testimony, please email Tracey
Some denominations choose to christen infants but, here at Grace, we understand Scripture to teach that only professing believers qualify for baptism. Baptism does not make you a believer, rather it shows that you already believe. For infants and young children, we practice Parent/Child Dedication—information can be obtained at the GraceKids Welcome Center, by emailing La Kesia Patton, or by calling 313.449.8074.