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If you made the decision to follow Jesus at any point in your life and have not yet been baptized, this is a great next step for you. Baptism is a public expression of faith. Baptism does not make you a follower of Jesus. It is simply an obedient expression of your faith and commitment to Christ. Every example we see in the Bible demonstrates that a person first comes to believe in Jesus, and then he or she is  baptized as an expression of that belief. We think that’s a pretty big deal.

Check out this video and hear from some of the people who were recently baptized at The Ridge and why they decided to take this next step in their faith journey.

Once you've decided to be baptized, we encourage you to invite a baptized Follower of Jesus to have the honor of baptizing you. If you do not have someone that has been previously baptized, no worries, just let us know!  

Can't make our upcoming baptisms? No problem! If you'd still like to be baptized, Let us know here and our team will work with you for a date at your convenience. Please also note that by participating in this event, you may be included in photos or video that are used for promotion or celebration of the baptism. This Zoom call will be recorded. 

Baptizing Off-Site?

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Baptism Instructional Video

If you're being baptized or are baptizing someone else off-site, you might be wondering what you need to do to make it a legitimate baptism. Watch the short how-to video below as Forrest and Tyler explain the easy process. Then when you're done, upload a video of your baptism so we can celebrate with you!

Upload Baptism Video

Additional Information

You or someone you know may have questions before making this big decision. That's okay. For additional information, we recommend checking out our baptism FAQ guide, a helpful resource that explains the significance of baptism at a deeper level. There are also 7 great reasons you would want to be baptized as your next step:

  1. Obedience | Jesus said that you should be baptized when you trust your life to Him.
  2. You’re afraid | The fact that you’re afraid is actually a sign you should be baptized. Your biggest breakthroughs often come on the other side of your biggest fears.
  3. It will form a milestone in your life | In the same way graduation marks finishing school, marriage marks the beginning of a new relationship, so baptism marks the beginning of your new faith journey.
  4. Your prior baptism was as an infant or you completed confirmation classes | For those who were baptized as children or did confirmation classes, being baptized after your decision to follow Jesus is a way of marking your decision personally in the way he modeled it.
  5. Jesus will use your story | Yes, we will share your story on video and with photos. Why? When else will your story be heard by hundreds or even thousands of people? Jesus will use your story to impact the stories of others (whether you think it’s exciting or not:).
  6. Your family and friends will celebrate…and be impacted | When we baptize you during a weekend service, we encourage you to invite your friends and family to come with you. For many of them, this will be a rare trip to church. Who knows what Jesus will do in them as they watch what He has done in you?
  7. We’ll make it as easy as possible | It’s a big step, so let us take care of the details. On the day of, we’ll give you a t-shirt and have towels and toiletries available. We worry about the details so you don’t have to.

NOTE: The recommended minimum age for baptism is 10 years old or more. For more information on baptism in Ridge Kids, click here. Please know that by participating in this event, you may be included in photos or video that are used for promotion or celebration of baptism. 

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Baptism Explained