Cornerstone Fellowship baptisms take place at
Ali'i Beach Park in Hale'iwa.
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Join us for our next
June 25, 2017
What is Baptism?
Baptism is a public declaration that we belong to Jesus and that we serve him as the Lord of our lives. Baptism signifies the end of our old life and the beginning of a new way of life in Christ. When we are put under the water we are identifying with the death and burial of Jesus. When we come up out of the water it is symbolic of Jesus’ resurrection and the eternal life that we now have in Christ. While Jesus did command us to be baptized, baptism does not save us. We are saved by our faith in Jesus Christ.
Baptism is the outward example of an Inner Change brought by Salvation.
Can children be baptized?
At Cornerstone, we believe that baptism is intended for those who have put their faith in Jesus Christ. When it comes to children, baptism is appropriate when a child displays evidence of a genuine relationship with God and an understanding of what it means to trust in Christ. There is not an exact age for when a child should be baptized. The right age will vary with each child.
If you have questions or are interested in being baptized, please call the church office or complete the contact form below.