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2024 General Assembly Baptism

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General Assembly Baptism

Water baptism is a symbolic act where a person is immersed in water, representing a spiritual cleansing and rebirth. Water baptism is a public declaration of one's commitment to follow Jesus Christ. Jesus was baptized (Matthew 3:13-17) and instructed his followers to baptize believers in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost (Matthew 28:19). Water baptism can be compared to a burial and resurrection, symbolizing a new life in Christ (Romans 6:4). It's a significant step of obedience and identification with the Christian faith.


Baptism during the 2024 House of God Church General Assembly is scheduled for 10:00am CT., Sunday, June 23, 2024. All candidates for baptism should report to the multipurpose room to check-in, receive instructions and pickup a baptism t-shirt no later than one hour prior to the start of the baptism service. Baptism registration will be open from 8:00am-10:00am. 


How do I know if I am ready?

  • You understand sin separates humanity from God.

  • You have given up all efforts to reach God through your own good works or religious activity.

  • You have concluded that Jesus' death on the cross for your sins is the only thing that can bridge the gap between you and God.

  • You have decided to trust Jesus alone for your life and salvation.


Step One:


Sign up below and tell us a little more about yourself.


Step Two:


A member of our staff will reach out to

you to confirm your baptism registration and provide next steps. 


Step Three:


We'll all rally around you to celebrate as you take this next step.


Sign up to be baptized

If you're interested in taking the next step in getting baptized, use the link below to signup today.


Baptism for kids:

All children are created in the image of God. Our Young Folks and Friends Union seeks to educate children and students about the seriousness and importance of baptism. Once a person (regardless of age) is able to thoughtfully and carefully make a decision for themselves to follow Jesus they should seal their decision in the waters of baptism. If you or your junior-high or high-school student is interested in Baptism, learn more here!

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