“Therefore we have been buried with him by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life.” Romans 6:4
Journeying with you
Baptism is an important part of each person’s faith story. It is a privilege to witness this sacrament and testimony as the church body. Whether you are pursuing believer baptism, or making the decision to dedicate or baptize your child, we want to provide helpful resources and journey with you through this important faith decision.
Adult Believer Baptism
Our individual stories matter. While we believe that baptism is a public proclamation of faith, it is also a very personal response to a relationship with Jesus Christ. Before partaking in baptism at Quest, we want to hear your story and be a source of hope and support as you decide this next step. We have believer baptisms in May and November each year. If you would like to participate in our November 5 baptism, register for our baptism class on October 29.
Child Believer Baptism
Do our kids know what baptism is all about? What questions do they have? Each quarter, our Pastor of Quest Kids & Family Ministry, Katey Hage, teaches a baptism class for children 1st – 5th grade. The class explores what scripture says about baptism and looks at Jesus’ life and the model He set for us. This class is for kids who simply want to know more about the basics of baptism, and also for kids who are interested in being baptized soon. Parents are highly encouraged to attend with your child.
Infant/Toddler Baptism & Dedication
As part of our regular church family rhythm, we carve out space during the services for infant/toddler baptisms and dedications. Each family can choose the service time as well as the presiding pastor.
Before scheduling a Sunday, we ask that you attend our Infant/Toddler Baptism & Dedication Class taught by our Pastor of Quest Kids & Family Ministry, Katey Hage. This class walks through the choice of infant baptism or dedication, provides space to ask questions, and gives support for the parenting journey.