Baptism is a significant step in the life of a follower of Christ. It’s a public declaration that reveals a prior, personal encounter with Jesus and the desire to surrender everything to Him. Baptism doesn’t save a person, rather, it shows that a person has already been saved. It’s a step of obedience that follows repentance of sin and faith in Christ’s saving work. It’s an outward expression of an inward reality, a visible sign of the invisible, amazing grace of God.

If you have questions about baptism, please get in touch with the following ministry contacts:

Children through grade 4:   

Email or call 864.688.8239

Students grades 5–8:

Email or call 864.688.8239

Students grades 9–12:

Email or call 864.688.8239

Adults:

Email or call 864.688.8212



Baptism Prerequisite Classes and Baptism Services
Winter 2017 Baptism Classes

BAPTISM CLASS FOR ADULTS
For adults interested in being baptized, attendance at a Baptism Class is a prerequisite. Adult class dates are:

Sunday, February 18
10:15–11 am in Pod I.

Tuesday, February 20
6:30–7:30 pm in Pod C.

BAPTISM CLASS FOR PARENTS  • Let's Talk About...Faith
For parents with children in grade 4 and younger who are interested in being baptized.

Sunday, February 18
10:15–11 am in Room A127.
Click here to register.

BAPTISM CLASS FOR STUDENTS
For students interested in being baptized, classes are offered on the following dates:

Sunday, February 18
Switch (Grades 5–6) • 10:15–10:45 am • Chapel
Axis (Grades 7–8) • 10:15–10:45 am • South Campus
Crave (Grades 9–12) • 10:15–10:45 am • Chapel 279

Registration isn't required for students. Just show up!


WINTER 2017 Baptism Service
Sunday February 25 • 2 pm • South Campus

We invite everyone to attend!


MEMBERSHIP

Membership is not merely a matter of having your name on a church roll - it is filling a role in God's work.
If you're interested in becoming a member, the Membership class is offered three times
a year in the fall, winter and spring.

Now all of you together are Christ's body,
and each one of you is a separate and necessary part of it.
1 Corinthians 12:27 (NLT)

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