Interested in Baptism but not Sure Where to Start?

We believe in water baptism as an outward declaration of a personal decision to follow Jesus and live empowered by the Holy Spirit. We remember Jesus’ decision to die for us by taking symbols of his body and his blood called communion. All believers are invited to share in communion services with us. (Acts 2:38 & 39, 1 Corinthians 11:23- 26, Luke 3:3)

Step One: Learn About Baptism

If you’ve never talked to a pastor about baptism, we recommend this as the first step.

Contact a Pastor

Step Two: Ready to Get Baptized!

If you’ve made the personal decision to follow Jesus and publicly declare your commitment, sign up to schedule your baptism.

Schedule my Baptism!
a couple hugging after a baptism

Do your kids have questions about baptism?

Feel free to download this baptism book as a helpful resource. You’ll find some great conversation starters to talk with your children about what baptism means. After you’ve had a chance to read through the book together, schedule a meeting with a CT Kids pastor where you and your kids can get more answers to tough questions and be fully prepared when it the time comes to make a decision about baptism.

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Meet with a CT Kids Pastor
Parents, if you and your child would like to have a one-on-one baptism discussion with a CT Kids pastor, fill out an interest form and someone from your campus will contact you to set up an individual meeting.

Students! Interested in baptism?

Use this student baptism book as a way to get started and learn more about what baptism means. You can download it, print it out, take notes, and get answers to some of your questions about baptism.

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Meet with a CT Student Pastor
Parents, if you and your student would like to have a one-on-one baptism discussion with a CT Student pastor, contact us to set up an individual meeting.