You may have accepted Jesus at Love Church, or somewhere else, maybe even years ago, but you haven’t been baptized yet. Jesus said, “Believe and be baptized.” So regardless of when or where, if you’ve made a decision to put your faith in Jesus, we want to help you take your next step of obedience by getting baptized.

Our mission at Love Church is to lead people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus.

Your decision to follow Jesus was a very private one — just between you and God. Baptism is an outward expression of that inward decision. It’s where you go public with your faith. It’s your next step in walking out your full devotion and obedience to Jesus.

While we offer baptisms at our campuses, we also understand that physically attending a campus is not possible for everyone. Whether you’re unable to attend one of our in-person services at this time for various reasons, or as part of our Love Church Online Campus you are unable to be baptized at one of our physical campus locations, we are committed to helping you take this next step! (If this applies to you, when filling out the baptism form, you will choose ‘At-home/remote’ baptism. When you fill out and submit the form, someone from our team will reach out to you personally to help make your baptism a special and memorable moment!)

Click the button below to sign up to be baptized


Baptism is an outward expression of an inward decision. It’s the physical expression of what has happened spiritually in your heart. It was a very private moment when you gave your heart to Jesus, just between God and you. Baptism is letting the world know of that decision to follow Him.
Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist before He started His ministry. Jesus also commanded His disciples to “make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the Name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.” Matt 28:19 NLT – From Jesus’ example and His commandment to His disciples, we believe the next step after saying “yes” to Jesus is to be baptized.
Can I be baptized if I'm not able to attend an in-person service? I'm either part of our Love Church online campus, or I'm not physically able to attend an in-person service due to various reasons.

(If this applies to you, when filling out the baptism form, you will choose ‘At-home/remote’ baptism. When you fill out and submit the form, someone from our team will reach out to you personally to help make your baptism a special and memorable moment!)

While we offer baptisms at our campus locations, we understand sometimes attending a physical campus is not possible for everyone. To help you take this step when you don’t have the convenience of a traditional ‘at church’ baptism, we’ve put together some FAQ’s and instructions just for you!

 1.  Who should be water baptized?

Anyone who has placed their faith in Jesus

2.  Who can baptize me?

Any believer and follower of Jesus can baptize you. It could be a friend, parent, family member, etc. There is no requirement to be able to baptize someone other than it being someone who is a believer and follower of Jesus. It doesn’t need to be a pastor or church leader who baptizes you, however, baptism should never involve ‘self-baptism’.

3. Where can I be baptized?

You can be baptized anywhere there is a body of water! It could be a pool, river, ocean, lake, hotel swimming pool, hot tub, etc.. And for children, it could even be done in a bathtub. It can be any body of water where you can be fully immersed under the water. 

4. Why is full immersion important?

Colossians 2:12 says, “For you were buried with Christ when you were baptized. And with him you were raised to new life because you trusted the mighty power of God, who raised Christ from the dead.”

Matthew 3:16-17 – “When He had been baptized, Jesus came up immediately from the water; and behold, the heavens were opened to Him, and He saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and alighting upon Him. And suddenly a voice came from heaven, saying, ‘This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.”

The Greek word from which we get the word baptism is “baptizo”, which literally means “to immerse”. All water baptisms in scripture were by full immersion.

5. What should the person baptizing me ask me and declare over me?

The qualifications for the person you choose to baptize you are that they are a believer and follower of Jesus.

They should ask you the following questions:

  • Have you accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior?
  • Do you believe that Jesus died and was raised to life?
  • They then will declare over you, “I baptize you in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.”

6. If you sign up for your baptism to be done ‘At-home/remotely’, someone from our team will reach out to you with special instructions regarding your baptism. We would love you to send us your baptism story, pictures and/or video from your baptism that we can share with our Love Church family as we celebrate your special day! We will go over all of that with you after you sign up. Also, we will mail you a baptism t-shirt to be baptized in. The t-shirt is also a gift to you from us, for you to keep as a memento for your baptism!



Baptisms at Love Church are full immersion, meaning all of you goes under the water. We don’t get into the theological debate of sprinkling vs immersion. We just believe in full immersion because of what Jesus has done for us, to show the transforming, amazing power which is salvation.

Yes. Your head will be completely submerged.
You may or may not “feel” different, but we do believe that when you go down into the waters, your old sinful nature is buried, and you are raised up in newness of life as you come up out of the waters. We are hoping that you sense a fresh start and new beginning after being baptized.
We will give you a shirt and towel the day you’re baptized. When you sign up to be baptized, we will ask for your t-shirt size. The bottoms you wear are up to you. Guys usually wear dark colored swimming trunks, and girls will wear either dark colored capris or leggings. Don’t forget to bring a change of clothes to change into after you are baptized…or you’ll be going home wet.
After you sign up to be baptized, someone from our baptism team will reach out to you with instructions on where to meet, when to arrive, and answer any questions you might have.
Absolutely! Invite your family and friends to come celebrate this special moment with you.
We understand the concerns regarding Covid-19 and want to assure you that we will make sure your baptism is conducted in a safe manner.