Baptism is a sacrament of the church that is a way to receive God's grace and forgiveness in our lives. God does the work of grace in baptism, so we celebrate the baptism of people of all ages. Choose sprinting, pouring, or immersion forms - we will even baptize in a lake or river! We believe in one baptism for the forgiveness of sins, so we recognize baptisms of other Christian traditions.
Our congregation takes vows during baptism to support the new member in their faith and instruction. We ask that all people who are being baptized in our church be active in the life of the congregation.
Confirmation is a time to share your faith with the world and commit to being a part of the church.
People of any age can be confirmed, and you can be confirmed as many times as your spiritual journey leads you.
Most often, students in middle school and high school join a two-year class at our church to prepare to adopt the vows of faith and membership that were originally given at their baptism as a child.
Older people may wish to be confirmed, or to be mentored through a one-on-one process, to renew their faith and church commitment.