The Bible teaches we are saved by grace through faith (Ephesians 2:8). In the New Testament church, a person’s baptism was always the immediate expression of faith, not separate from it. At Journey, our desire is to restore the original intent and practice of baptism found in the Scriptures. Therefore we encourage people to be baptized at the point they are ready to make a commitment to Christ. As soon as you have believed in Jesus Christ as God’s Son and Savior of the world. In the New Testament, there was a sense of urgency about baptism (Acts 16:31-34). Baptism is not an optional ritual, to be delayed or postponed. Jesus commanded that his followers be baptized. He never indicated they should wait until it was more convenient. ARE YOU READY?
On Sunday, March 17 we will offer two baptism events immediately following each service. When registering please indicate which time you would prefer; 10:15 or 12:00. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email that will have detailed information about what to expect as well as contact information if you have any questions.