May 13, 2018
Lunch will be served!


Baptism is a public personal declaration of faith in Jesus Christ. It symbolizes moving from death to life through faith in Jesus Christ. It is our firm belief that baptism is  the believer’s first step of obedience, as we follow the example of Jesus through baptism; it also one of the most powerful ways we can declare the powerful name of Jesus to the world.

Baptism itself does not make us a follower of Jesus Christ, but rather it is a way of saying to the world that we have already decided to follow Jesus. Baptism at Mosaic is to be immersed in water which symbolizes that our old self is buried with Christ (going under the water) and we rise to new life (coming above the water) and that we have been made alive in Christ.



We consider it a joy and a blessing to join with you as you publicly declare your faith in Jesus. Our baptism process has been intentionally designed for you. If you have made the decision to follow Jesus and want to be baptized, please read the following information and complete our baptism application.

  1. Sign Up for Baptism at the NEXT STEPS TABLE. After every worship experience at Mosaic, go to the Next Steps Table. This information is helpful to our team to identify you and help you move forward in the process.
  2. Someone on our team will contact you. Our team will share the upcoming baptism dates and connect you to answer questions and provide information about your baptism.
  3. Get baptized. Baptisms is a huge thing for us so we party and celebrate every individual’s decision to follow Jesus! It is held during our special BAPTISM BASHES! 
Important reminders if you’re getting Baptized: 
1. Please attend the worship experience on Sunday of your baptism at 10:30AM be sure to just let the    
   Volunteers at the NextSteps Table know that you desire to get baptized, so we’ll know we can expect you.
2. Be sure to bring a change of clothes and a plastic bag for your wet clothes when you come to church,
   because we will go straight to the baptism location. Because we do not have our own building yet, we usually
   hold our baptisms at the Microtel swimming pool (in the winter) or at the Lakeland College patio, and on
   occasion, we baptize at a lake nearby (both Lakeland and lake baptism happen in the summer).
3. Wear dark shirt and dark shorts for baptism.
4. Invite as many friends as you can on your SUPER special day! We always see baptism as a big celebration, so
   we have lunch party just before baptism to celebrate your decision!