This a time of CELEBRATION! God has created an amazing gift and responsibility for you as a parent.
In the midst of change, with the addition of your new baby or the growth of your child, we invite you to take a moment to focus on what matters most.

Faith at Home 
 No one will have more influence on your child than YOU! We believe that what happens at home is far more critical than what happens at church. We hope that we can partner with you from the very beginning. We want to be your biggest fans, your strongest supporters, and your trusted guides as you raise your child to know what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Child Dedication is more than an event. It is an opportunity for you to take time at the beginning of your journey as a parent to think about what will matter the most in the life of your child.  To talk and decide what you value and what you can do today that will have the most significant impact on your child’s future. To commit to putting God first in your home and trusting in Him as your source of direction as you lead your family and parent your child. It is also a time for you and your spouse to share with your closest friends and family what is most important to you and ask them for their prayer and support.

We desire that you surround yourself with family and friends who will pray for you, support you, give you sound advice, listen to your struggles, and when life gets tough, help you remember what matters most. We also hope you will partner with us every Sunday by encouraging your child to participate fully.

This event is not infant baptism. We believe that when people are old enough to understand what it means to put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, they should have the opportunity to make that choice for themselves. A preschooler is not able to understand sin, forgiveness, the sacrifice our Savior made for us, and what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Child Dedication is about your commitment as a parent to lead your child into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, so that as he gets older, you are able to guide him and to help him understand what that means.
Biblical References: Deuteronomy 6, Proverbs 22:6, Luke 2:22–24

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