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BAPTISM WEEKEND
Sunday, August 9

Baptism

Baptism

The Bible teaches that baptism is the first step of obedience when making a commitment to Christ. Baptism allows a believer to publicly communicate their commitment to Christ. People often have questions about baptism: Why should I do it? I’ve already been baptized, Do I have to do it again? Does it matter if someone was sprinkled or dunked? If you have questions about baptism, please contact us at 812-858-8668.

If you are ready to schedule your baptism, please click on the link below.

Newburgh

West Campus


BAPTISM WEEKEND
Sunday, August 9
We will have a special Baptism opportunity during each weekend service on Sunday, August 9. If you have considered taking this step of obedience in your commitment to Christ, we would love to come alongside you!

Your health and safety matter to us!
During this season, we are taking extra precautions for your safety during your baptism and have sought advice from local medical professionals and the CDC to ensure your health and safety.

  • We will be sanitizing each of our Baptism Rooms after each use.
  • Masks will be required. (We will provide one for you if you need it.)
  • Our Baptistry has been disinfected and is warmed.

If you are ready to schedule your baptism during one of our services on Sunday, August 9, please click on one of the links above.


Did you know that as a baptized believer, you can baptize another person?
Any believer can baptize another believer. No other credentials are required beyond faith in Jesus Christ. 

Here are some guidelines to help you.
When baptizing someone, (could be a pool, a tub, a lake or any body of water)

1. Ask them to repeat this after you:
   "I believe the Jesus is the Christ," (they repeat)
   "The Son of the Living God," (they repeat)
   "And today, I receive Him" (they repeat)
   "As my Lord and Savior" (they repeat)

2. Then say: “(Their name), upon your profession of faith,
     I now baptize you in the Name of the Father,
     the Son and the Holy Spirit.”

3. As you say the words above, place one hand on their back and   
    one on their front and slowly lower them into the water.
    When you raise them back up, it represents Christ rising from the dead
    and the person gaining a new life.

If you have baptized another person, take a photo to remember the special day and send the details to info@cccgo.com so that we can celebrate with you!


Salvation/Baptism/Communion Class (ages 10 and under)
Here at Crossroads Kids, we believe the most important decision you can make is to follow Jesus by making Him the Lord of your life! If you have a child that is ten years old or younger and they are asking about following Jesus and getting baptized, click the link below to sign up for our Salvation/Baptism class. This two-week class will help your child better understand the important decision they are making and learn more about what it means to be saved and see why we get baptized. A parent is required to attend both weeks with their child.

For more information about this class, contact Jacob Stewart at 812-518-1465.

NEWBURGH BAPTISM CLASS REGISTRATION

WEST CAMPUS BAPTISM REGISTRATION