Serving on the Baptism Team as a volunteer is a great way to serve this church and fellow believers who are taking deeper steps of discipleship through baptism. To volunteer, email Cheri Ross.
Has your child expressed interest in being baptized? Contact Ann Withers at email@example.com or 714-257-4340 for more info. Note: This is for children in 1st–6th grade but special consideration may be given for younger children based on maturity.
Jr. High & High School:
Please contact student ministries for more info: 714-257-4361.
Register to be baptized.
Fill out and submit the information form that is sent to you.
On the day of baptism, arrive 30 minutes before the service in which you will be baptized.
A member of the Baptism Team will be with you throughout the baptism process.
Upon the completion of your baptism ceremony, you will be given a certificate in remembrance of the joyous public commitment you made to the Lord.
EvFree Fullerton Church believes that...
Water baptism is an ordinance given by Christ to His church. (Matthew 28:19)
Baptism by immersion is the mode used by Christ and the early church.
Water baptism is to be observed in the present age. (Acts 2:38; 8:12; 16:14–15)
Water baptism is not to be regarded as a means of salvation. It is a public act by those who have already received Christ as their personal savior. (Ephesians 2:8–9; Acts 8:36–38)
A symbol of the believer’s identification with Christ’s death, burial and resurrection. (Romans 6:3–7)
A public testimony of one who has received Jesus Christ as his/her personal savior. (Acts 8:36–38)
An act of obedience modeled and commanded by Jesus Christ. (Matthew 3:13–17; 28:19)
A statement to the world that the individual being baptized is dedicated to Christ and desires to follow Him.
So what’s the point?
The Scriptures in the Old and New Testament reveal how God uses water to represent His creative and redemptive work in the world, climaxing in the work of Jesus, revealed in baptism.
What’s the relevance of baptism to the follower of Jesus?
In the waters of baptism, Christ buries your old self so that you can walk in new life (Romans 6:1–4).
From the above Scriptures, what is most significant for you in understanding the beauty of baptism? How can your own baptism remind you of what Jesus has done on your behalf?