We are so glad you have decided to dedicate your child at Stonecreek Church. We believe this is an important moment in your family's life. Below you will find what is required to participate in our next Parent-Child Dedication Celebration and information on what to expect during the celebration. To register, simply click the button below and submit the form. You will be contacted by our Sprout Coordinator, Kelly Matthews, soon after your registration is received.
the next Parent-Child Dedication Celebration
Sunday, april 30, 2017
4 - 5 p.m.
Need To Know
What you can expect at the celebration?
We will reserve a table (seats 10) for your family and close friends. We ask that the only other young children in attendance are the siblings of the child or children being dedicated. This will ensure you can focus on this special event with no distractions. We will also lead you and your family/friends in a prayer of dedication. Last, but not least, you will have time to eat a delicious dessert and take pictures with your family. The entire celebration will last about an hour.
How many people should we invite to the celebration?
Please try to limit the number of family and guests to around 10. Space is limited for the celebration, and we expect the event to fill up quickly. We will offer this several times a year.
Is this dedication celebration the same as infant baptism?
This event is not infant baptism. We believe that when people are old enough to understand what it means to put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, they should have the opportunity to make the choice to be baptized themselves.
This event is about your commitment as a parent to lead your child into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, so that as he or she gets older, you are able to help them understand what that means. See our Follow Jesus & Baptism page for more information on our beliefs around salvation and baptism.
Questions? Please contact Kelly Matthews, Sprout Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org, 770-754-7900, ext. 102.)