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COVID -19 Has Temporarily Delayed Our Onsite Baptism.

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About Baptism

Baptism is an important step of obedience that shows others we have personally trusted Jesus for our salvation. Jesus was baptized when He was on the earth, and we do this to follow His example. When Christians are baptized, they are submerged under water to identify with the death and burial of Jesus and raised out of the water to identify with His resurrection. We believe that water baptism is a public declaration of three important things: you are a follower of Jesus Christ, you are beginning a changed life in Christ, and you are part of a new family.

Why Get Baptized?

Baptism (Greek: Baptizo simply means to dip, plunge, submerge) tells the world of our decision to identify with Christ (Romans 6:1-6)! It is an outward expression of an internal change that is an act of faith and obedience of a repented believer to identify with the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Baptism does not save us, but it is a command by Jesus Christ (Matthew 28:19). In order for baptism to have meaning in your life, one thing must take place: You must repent of your sin, calling on the Name of Jesus (Romans 10:13).

Jesus was baptized to fulfill all righteousness (Matthew 3:13-17) and new believers in the Bible were baptized by immersion (Acts 8:38-39).

What will happen?

Baptisms take place Wednesday Before First Sunday at 6:00 PM

ATTEND A SERVICE

Join us at the campus nearest you on the first Sunday of each month where we will celebrate water baptism.

INVITE FAMILY & FRIENDS

Water baptism is a time of celebration and public declaration of new life in Christ. Bring your friends and family with you to a Highlands service so you can celebrate together.

EVERYTHING YOU NEED

Don’t worry about what to bring for water baptism. Our team is prepared with everything you need including a Baptism t-shirt you get to keep.