Baptisms are a celebration of God’s grace which is available to us from the moment of our birth. It is a witness both to God’s desire to have an ever closer relationship with us, and God’s grace which provides us space and opportunity to know God more. Because we believe baptism is a gift of God’s grace, embodied in the Church, we celebrate baptisms for people of every age. 

Baptism is also a covenantal relationship between the person being baptized, the Church, and God  in which an individual (as an adult) or parents of infants and children share in vows with Foundry Church to help the person being baptized grow in their knowledge of God’s love and participate in community which brings that love to life for them. For this reason, adults being baptized become members of the Church through baptism and are expected to participate in our New Member Orientation Program, while one or more parents/caregivers of children and infants being baptized must be members of Foundry Church. Learn about our New Member’s Orientation.

Baptism is a unique celebration in the life of our congregation and all candidates for baptism or their parents/caregivers are expected to participate in our Baptism Orientation program prior to the celebration of baptism. Our Baptism Orientations are scheduled either 10:10 a.m.or 12:30 p.m. on the third Sunday of every month or the fourth Sunday of five Sunday months.  Baptisms are generally celebrated on the fourth Sunday of every month or fifth Sunday of five Sunday months at both worship celebrations.     Register for an upcoming Baptism Orientation.  

For more information about baptism at Foundry Church, please email Pastor Malcolm Frazier at