Baptism

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matthew 28:19 NIV)

Jesus gave us the sacrament of baptism to mark our welcome into God’s family (Matt 28:19). Since baptism is the Christian equivalent of Old Testament circumcision (see Colossians 2:11), baptism is for believers and for their children.  Baptism is a visible sign and seal of God’s forgiveness of our sins.  In baptism, we are identified with Jesus Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection (Romans 6:3-4).  Baptism is also a sign of our unity with God’s people around the world (Eph 4:4-6). 

 



 

At Glenkirk Church…

…we affirm the validity of baptisms from other Christian churches

…we celebrate baptism during our worship services

…we baptize people who have never been baptized when they come to faith in Jesus

…we baptize the children of believers who are members of Glenkirk Church

…we baptize by full immersion in water and by sprinkling

…we commit to helping those who are baptized grow in their faith

…we commit to helping parents who baptize their children raise their children in the faith


CONTACTS

If you are interested in being baptized or baptizing your child, inquire at info@glenkirkchurch.org