Baptism

Baptism is the foundational sacrament for a Christian. Through baptism one is freed from the chaos and slavery of sin and led to new life in Christ, who shows the newly baptized the way to the Father through the power of the Holy Spirit. Through baptism, one becomes a disciple of Christ and a member of the Christian community, the Church.

To arrange for the baptism of a newborn

Parents, who are the first to teach their children what it means to be a disciple of Christ, are asked to attend three preparation sessions prior to the celebration of baptism. The classes are offered quarterly.

For more information, contact:

Jodie Clark
Pastoral Assistant for Religious Education
253–564–5185, ext. 3036

To arrange for the baptism of a child or teen

Children or teens who wish, or whose parents wish, to receive baptism are directed to the RCIC program.

For more information, contact:

Pat Gleason
Pastoral Assistant for Liturgy, First Reconciliation and Communion
253–564–5185, ext. 3018

To arrange for the baptism of an adult

Adults who wish to be baptized are directed to the RCIA program.

For more information, contact:

Renee Stocks
Pastoral Assistant for RCIA, Grief Ministry and Parish Life
253–564–5185, ext. 3037