We are excited that you are interested in taking your next step towards baptism! Baptism is an outward expression of what God has already done in your life when you “declared with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believed in your heart that God raised Him from the dead.” (Romans 10:9)

We believe that water baptism is a public declaration of three important things:

  • You are a follower of Jesus Christ,
  • You are beginning a changed life in Christ,
  • You are part of a new family

Next Steps

  • Everyone: Complete the baptism registration below
  • Adults: Meet with a Pastor
  • Students and Kids: Meet with a Grace Students or Kids Small Group Leader
  • 2024 Upcoming Baptisms: February 25, May 26, August 25, November 24

If you are ready to make that public declaration, get started by registering below!

Register for Baptism

Frequently Asked Questions

Baptism is the public expression of a believer's faith.
Jesus was water baptized (Mark 1:9-11), and He commands all believers to follow His example (Matthew 28:19-20; 1 Peter 2:21).
Baptism is an act of confession and identification with Christ. It is a demonstration of your covenant with God and your commitment to Christ. Baptism does not save you - only your faith in God can save you through God's grace (Ephesians 2:8-9). Through water baptism, we identify with the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. It's like saying, "Lord Jesus, Your death is my death - I no longer have to die for my sins. Your life is my life - I now have Your eternal life" (Romans 3:23; 6:23).
Baptism is a symbol of a covenant and commitment, much like a wedding ring. This ring does not make a couple married; the promise and covenant they made to each other make them married. The ring is a symbol to others of their promise and covenant to each other. Like the wedding ring, baptism is a symbol which testifies before God and man the promise and covenant a person has made in his heart with Jesus.
All those who have committed themselves to Jesus Christ as their Lord, by turning away from sin and trusting in Him, should be baptized (Acts 8:13).
You should get baptized at your first opportunity after you have received Christ as Lord and Savior (Acts 8:35-39; 16:30-34; 18:8).
Yes, Grace practices immersion baptism. Immersion baptism is a method where the whole body is submerged beneath the surface of the water.


Rocky Favia Jr.
Millersburg Campus Pastor
Chad Stutzman
Executive Pastor & Sugarcreek Campus Pastor
Kraig Anderson
Associate Campus Pastor, Berlin Campus
Paul Mullet
Brewster/Fairless Campus Pastor