Baptism is a physical, public action that declares a person has received life in Jesus Christ through faith in His sacrifice for them. In the New Testament, baptism was so closely tied to becoming a Christian that everyone who pledged to follow Jesus was automatically baptized (see Acts 8:34-40; 16:29-34)

At Grace we believe that a person should be baptized because it is a

  • Command from Jesus Christ to all who believe in Him. (Matthew 28:18-20)
  • Declaration to the world that a person belongs to Jesus Christ and is receiving the benefits of His eternal life, forgiveness and Holy Spirit. (Galatians 3:26-29)
  • Demonstration that a person is one with Christ's death and resurrection through faith (Romans 6:1-7)
If you would like more information about being baptized at Grace Community Church join us in one of our baptism orientations. Sign up for the orientation by clicking the button to the right.