One of our two sacraments, baptism is open to all who wish to be recognized as a part of Family of God.

Defined as “an outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace” baptism is something a person chooses to do when they recognize the Holy Spirit at work in their life.  United Methodists practice all forms of baptism – sprinkling, immersion and pouring.  We also baptize the children when parent(s) choose to raise their child in the know of the Holy Spirit’s love for them.

Baptism is never repeated.  United Methodists believe that God works through all baptisms therefore, we recognize the baptism of all Christian denominations.  We do practice reaffirmation (remembering) our baptism at anytime during our faith journey.

Baptisms are scheduled by meeting with a pastor at your convenience.