Our Summer Outdoor Baptism Service is Saturday, June 25.
WHAT IS BAPTISM?
Baptism is part of a believer’s journey to becoming more like Jesus. It is not essential to salvation, but it is an outward act of commitment to show what already happened in your heart—much like putting on a wedding ring is a symbol of your commitment to marriage. We believe that baptism is an important step of obedience for every person who has accepted Christ as his or her Savior.
“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” | Matthew 28:19-20
Baptism is a public declaration of an inward faith. It is a personal declaration that we choose to identify with Jesus.
At Mission Hills we practice immersion baptism. The act of being baptized—going under the water and then reemerging—symbolizes Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection into new life. When we declare faith in Jesus, we put our old life of sin to death and we are raised to new life in Christ.
READ MORE ABOUT OUR BELIEFS ON BAPTISM HERE.
BAPTISM AT MISSION HILLS
Baptism is an important part of your faith journey. We’re so excited you’re ready to take this next step! HERE’S AN OVERVIEW OF OUR PROCESS:
STEP 2 //
Ready to be baptized? Fill out the interest form below. You will designate the Prep Meeting and Baptism date and time you prefer.
STEP 3 //
Attend an upcoming Baptism Prep Meeting.
SAVE THE DATE :
2022 PREP MEETINGS
Saturday, June 11 | 6:15 PM | The Grove
Sunday, June 12 | 9:15 AM | The Grove
Outdoor Baptism // June 25
Saturday, September 10 | 6:15 PM | The Grove
Sunday, September 11 | 9:15 AM | The Mill
Baptism Weekend // Sept 17 + 18
STEP 4 //
Invite your friends and family to celebrate with you!
BAPTISM FOR KIDS
In addition to attending the Baptism Preparation Class, we want each elementary student (2nd-5th grade) to have completed the Discovering Jesus for Kids class prior to committing to baptism. If your elementary student is ready to be baptized, click below for more information on baptism for kids!