Baptism is going public about your faith in Jesus and communicating to the world your heart-felt commitment to following Him. It's the next step after salvation.
What is baptism?
Baptism has been a Christian symbol since the time of Jesus (Matthew 3:1-6). It involves applying water to Christians to symbolize their death to the old way of life (Romans 6:3-4) and their new life God provides (Galatians 3:26-27). Baptism, a sacramental "means of grace," seals one's intention to follow God (Acts 2:37-41, 8:35-39, 10:44-48).
What’s the difference between immersing, sprinkling and other ways of baptizing?
The Bible never defines how much water was applied or how. Therefore, we consider immersion, sprinkling, and pouring all to be acceptable methods of baptism (we like immersion).
I've already been baptized- do I have to do it again?
Baptism is not conditioned to a certain church so if you were baptized in a Christ-following church you don't have to be re-baptized. However, if you would like to make a public declaration of your rededication to Jesus we will happily remind you of your first baptism through re-baptizing you.