B  A  P  T  I  S  M

Baptism is the next step after you believe.

At Community of Hope we offer two types of baptism:

Infant/Child Baptism

Based on the belief and commitment of the parents. Parents make a decision to enter into a covenant with God to raise their child in the Christian faith.

Adult/Youth Baptism

Those making their own decision to be baptized as a public declaration of their own faith in Jesus Christ.

If you are interested in baptism at Community of Hope, follow these steps:

1. Fill out the registration form.

Sign up for baptism
Registrarse para el bautismo

2. Watch our baptism explanation video.

Watch video

3. A staff person will contact you to set up a time to talk about your baptism!

Adult / Youth Baptism

Adults and youth take the step of baptism as a public declaration of their own personal commitment to Jesus Christ. Baptism is done as an act of obedience to our Lord Jesus, because He asked that all His followers be baptized. Throughout the New Testament, it was the first step of those who placed their trust in Jesus Christ alone for salvation.

Publicly testifying about your faith in Jesus Christ through the sacrament of baptism helps firm up your faith and makes it more real to you. It also provides an opportunity to let your friends and family know how Jesus is working in your life. The New Testament describes several truths that are symbolically expressed when a believer is immersed in the water of baptism: your sins have been washed away, you’ve died and risen with Christ, and you’ve joined a new family – your church community.

Please click the button above and fill out the baptism request form to begin the process toward baptism at Community of Hope.

Infant / Child Baptism

Infant or child baptism is an opportunity for parents who are partners or regular attenders of Community of Hope to publicly declare their trust in Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and to invite the help of Christ and of their local church body as they commit to raise their child in a way that will most naturally result in that child following Christ.

In Acts 16:33-34, Luke describes the head of a household deciding to have his whole family baptized as a demonstration of his intention that they would now be a Christian household. In infant baptism the parents take vows to begin a covenant with God in the hope that their child will eventually complete it with his or her own personal commitment to Christ.

If you would like to have your infant or young child baptized, the first step is to attend our “Milestone: Infant Baptism” class.

This class will help you understand how to become your child’s primary faith trainer and also what to expect during the infant baptism service. You will also take home valuable resources to start you and your little one off on the right track!