Anyone ready to take their next step and go public with their commitment to Christ, through baptism.


During every service on Saturday, May 22 and Sunday, May 23.

To keep everyone safe and healthy, you should know that during baptism, we use chlorinated water in our pools. Our staff and volunteers will be wearing masks, including the pastors in the pools. As those choosing to be baptized are preparing and lining up, everyone will be spaced out for social distancing and have access to sanitizing stations for hand-cleaning. Those being baptized will wear masks up to the pool and can take them off for their baptism and put them back on afterwards, when getting dry.

    • Adults and High School/Middle School Students: If you are planning to be baptized, you’ll first need to attend a Baptism Orientation to help you get a better understanding of what baptism is, how to write your testimony and provide details for the day of baptism. This class is for those over the age of 11. If you have any questions, please contact us at
    • Kids: Baptism will be open to children in 3rd–5th grade whose parents decide this is the right next step for their child. Parents, you will need to first attend a Kids Baptism Class with your child. This class will help you determine if your child is ready for this big step, allow your child to learn how to write their testimony in an age-appropriate way and explain the logistics of baptism day. If you have any questions, please contact us at
    • What about younger children and babies? Child Dedication is for parents who want to publicly declare their intentions to raise their child with the opportunity to know God and establish a personal relationship with Christ.