Who should be baptized?
We believe that everyone who begins a lifelong loving relationship with Jesus as the sole leader of his/her life should be baptized.
What comes next?
Baptism is only the first step of a lifelong love relationship with Jesus as the sole leader of our life. We want to help you take the next step of this journey. We do this through our program Christianity Explored.
How can I be baptized (For Adults)?
Click on the learn more bottom to fill out the form to get this process started. You will then be invited to attend an information meeting to find out more about baptism at Browncroft. Our next one is Sunday May 17th, during the Sunday morning services. We celebrate baptism as a church family because it reminds us of the continuing stories of life-change in Jesus. Baptism represents individuals responding to the Gospel of Jesus and the church living out the Great Commission (Matt. 28:19-20). If you are interested in getting baptized or know someone who its considering baptism fill out the Baptism Interest Form by clicking on the learn more bottom below.
How can I be baptized (For Youth)?
It is an exciting time when your child desires to be baptized. This is a big step in their faith journey. We want to be sure that you and your child are prepared for this wonderful event. Click on the button below to learn more about Family Baptism Celebration. We will be in touch with you about next steps in the process.
Child Dedication is a simple act of profession that parents make in front of God and their church family. They promise to raise their child in a God‐centered home, through striving to live a Christ‐like example and training them to seek first the Kingdom of God. At Browncroft we do this through BabyD. BabyD is more than an event, it is an opportunity for you to take some time at the beginning of your journey as a parent to really think about what will matter the most in the life of your child; to really talk together and decide what you will value and what you can do today that will have the greatest impact on your child’s future.