Get Baptized…

Baptism says to the world, “I follow Christ!”


When a person enters into a new life with Jesus, the Bible tells us that all of heaven rejoices. Baptism is an outward symbol of the inward commitment to Christ. Baptism is our testimony to the public of belonging to Jesus. If you have accepted Christ, we’d love to baptize you and share this special decision with you to go public with your faith!


What about kids?
Children 3rd thru 6th grade will complete the NP Kids First Steps Baptism Class before being baptized.


Why should I get baptized?

  1. To follow the example set by Christ.

    “At that time Jesus came from Nazareth and was baptized by John in the river.” Mark 1:9

  2. Because Christ commanded it.

    “Jesus said, ‘Go then, to all people everywhere and make them my disciples, baptize them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and then teach them to obey everything I have commanded you…’” Matthew 28:19–20

  3. Because it shows you are a believer.

    “…many of the Corinthians who heard him believed and were baptized.” Acts 18:8

  4. Because obeying Christ’s commands shows you know Him.

    “We know that we have come to know Him, if we obey His commands.” 1 John 2:3


What does baptism mean for me?

  1. It’s a symbol of Christ’s death, burial and resurrection.

    “Christ died for our sins…he was buried…and he rose again.” – 1 Corinthians 15:3–4

  2. It is a symbol of your new life as a Christian.

    “When someone becomes a Christian he becomes a brand new person inside. The old life has passed away and a new life has begun!” – 2 Corinthians 5:17

    “By our baptism then we were buried with Him and shared His death, in order that just as Christ was raised from the dead also we might live a new life!” – Romans 6:4


Why get baptized in water?

  1. Because Jesus was baptized that way.

    “As soon as Jesus was baptized, He went up out of the water.” – Matthew 3:16

  2. Every baptism in the Bible was by immersion under water.

    “…then both Philip and the eunuch went down into the water and Philip baptized him. When they came up out of the water…” Acts 8:38,39 38–39

  3. The word “baptize” literally means “to immerse or dip under water.”
  4. It’s the best way to picture a burial and resurrection.

Who should be baptized?

Every person who has made the decision to believe in Christ.

“Those who believed and accepted His message were baptized.” Acts 2:41

“But when they believed Philip as he preached the Good News…and the name of Jesus Christ, they were baptized, both men and women.” Acts 8:12

The one requirement for baptism is belief in Christ! We don’t baptize children until they’re old enough to understand and believe.

When should I be baptized?

As soon as you have believed! You shouldn’t delay.

“Those who believed…were baptized…that day!” Acts 2:41

“Then Philip began with the Scripture and told him the Good News about Jesus. As they traveled, they came to some water, and the eunuch said, “Look here is some water! Why shouldn’t I be baptized right now?” Philip said, “If you believe with all your heart, you may.” The official answered, “I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.” Then both Philip and the eunuch went down into the water and Philip baptized him.” Acts 8:36–39 (Paraphrase)

Can I get baptized if I’ve already been baptized?

If you haven’t been baptized since you asking Jesus into your life, your next step is baptism.  It doesn’t devalue a prior experience but reflects your desire to be baptized in the same way as Jesus. If you have been baptized since asking Jesus into your life, there’s no need to be baptized again.

Can a family be baptized together?

Yes! If each family member trusts in Jesus Christ alone for their salvation. The NP Kids team interviews children under 12 to make sure they understand, before being baptized. When a child believes and understands the meaning of baptism, we’ll gladly baptize them as a symbol of their faith in Christ.

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