About Baptism

Baptism is a public and outward expression of your personal faith. It is a symbol of your belief in Jesus’ life and death on your behalf, His resurrection from the dead and salvation by grace through faith.
Getting baptized is an exciting step in faith! We celebrate with you in your desire to follow Jesus in this act of obedience.

We have been buried with Christ through baptism into death, so that just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, so too we might walk in the newness of life. – Romans 6:4

Steps to Take to Get Baptized

If you are interested in being baptized at Grace Covenant Church, please fill out the Baptism Application (found at the link below).
You can also begin to prepare your personal testimony. Once your application is submitted, Grace Pastors will review your application and reach out to you to schedule a time for you to share your testimony.

Adult Baptisms at Grace

If you’re interested in being baptized at Grace, we host baptisms as part of our Sunday morning worship services several times per year. We will update this page and let our congregation know about baptisms when those dates are decided.


If you’d prefer to be baptized with a group from the church with whom you’re connected, we will arrange an interview and then set up a time for you to be baptized in a pool, lake, backyard, etc.


To start the baptism process, please complete the Baptism Application form. Please contact Dr. Kevin Maurice, Pastor of Adult Ministry, if you have any questions or if you would like more information regarding baptism.

Child Baptisms

Grace Kids baptizes children through fifth grade as part of our Family Worship Nights.

If your child is interested in being baptized, please complete the application form above and the Grace Kids team will be in contact with you.

Youth Baptisms

Grace Youth baptizes students annually at Summer Camp each July as part of a special time of honor and celebration at the conclusion of Camp. We also host baptisms throughout the year with life groups and other communities of students and parents.


If your Middle School (6th-8th grade) or High School (9th-12th grade) student

is interested in being baptized, email for more information.