Baptism signifies and seals God’s covenant promise to be a father to His own and to their families, and is a reminder of God’s promise to count faith as righteousness. It visibly represents the Holy Spirit coming upon a person in whom this promise has been fulfilled. It is the mark of all believers, only to be received once.
We believe that the covenant sign of baptism is legitimately administered to the infants of believers in continuity with the covenant sign of circumcision.
If you have questions or would like to learn more about baptism, please contact Tim Pitzer.