The Sacraments of the Presbyterian Church:
Baptism & The Lord's Supper
Baptism for All Ages!
The Presbyterian Church baptizes individuals of all ages. Baptism usually occurs once in a person's life. Baptism is a sacrament of the church given to us through the example and command of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Infants and children are presented by their parents and guardians for baptism. At that time the parents and congregation give their pledge to God to teach the child the faith and raise him or her in the church.
Young people can be baptized upon their profession of faith at the time of Confirmation. Adults who never have professed their faith, are baptized upon doing so.
Normally, baptism is a public service, because it is important for the baptized to give witness to his or her faith, and for the congregation to make a public commitment to support the person in the journey of faith.
If you desire to be baptized, or want to have your child baptized, please contact Maria at (603) 526-4800 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.