Baptism

Baptism

Baptism is the church's proclamation and experience that we are who we are because God has first chosen us and loved us and called us into His kingdom. Baptism by water is a visible sign of God's love toward His children and is essentially something that God does. The profound truth and beauty of baptism is not so much that we give our children or ourselves to God - God chooses us as His own.

Baptism is offered to adults and children upon their profession of faith in Jesus Christ, as well as to the infants of parents who are members of MPPC. The baptism of infants witnesses to the truth that God's love claims us even before we are able to respond in faith. Parents wanting to reserve baptism for the time of their child's personal profession of faith in Christ may present their children for dedication.

Baptisms and Dedications are part of the worship experience of the MPPC family. If you would like to be baptized or have a child baptized or dedicated during one of our Menlo Park weekend worship services please fill out the forms below.

Learn more about baptism:

Whatever You Do, Do these Two: Baptism and Communion, John Ortberg

God is Still in the Resurrection Business, John Ortberg

A Message to Parents about Baptizing Children What is Baptism? What are the different forms of Baptism? What are the difference between Baptism and dedication of your child?

 

Upcoming Baptism Dates:

Menlo Park: 950 Santa Cruz Ave. Next dates: May 25, 2014.
Please register using the form below or call Lynn Doty at 650-323-8694 for more information.
To request a baptism/dedication for a child, please fill out the baptism/dedication form.
If you would like to request an adult baptism, please fill out the adult_baptism_registration 

Menlo Park: The Cafe: 700B Santa Cruz Avenue, Menlo Park
To schedule a baptism or infant dedication, contact Dave Peterson.

ODC-Mountain View: 1667 Miramonte Avenue, Mt. View  
To schedule a baptism or infant dedication, contact Angelyn Knab
Click Here for Infant/Child/Dedication Form

 


 

 

 


 

 

 

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