If you are interested in baptism, please contact the office at 360-423-5600 or on our online contact form.

We welcome all to the font, infant or adult, male/female/non-binary, LGBTQIA+, and all races/ethnicities.

If you want to join your life to God (or the life of your child), we would be honored to be the spiritual home for you or your family.

In the waters of baptism, we are lovingly adopted by God into God’s family, which we call the Church, and given God’s own life to share and reminded that nothing can separate us from God’s love in Christ. Holy Baptism, which can be performed through pouring of water or immersion in it, marks a formal entrance to the congregation and wider Church; the candidates for the sacrament make a series of vows, including an affirmation of the Baptismal Covenant, and are baptized in the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. They are marked as Christ’s own for ever, having “clothed [themselves] with Christ” (Galatians 3:27).

All people of any age are welcome to baptized; we believe in one baptism for the forgiveness of sins, as the “bond which God establishes in Baptism is indissoluble” (Book of Common Prayer, p. 298).

The sacrament of baptism is an opportunity for joy, power, and a deep connection with tradition. The following video series from The Episcopal Church follows the Gregory family as they navigate the process of preparing their young daughter, Anna, for baptism.

Watch as they discover the beautiful reason why we baptize, create lifelong relationships with the community of believers on this journey with them, and connect with the ancient history of God’s presence through this outward sacrament of inner grace.

Episode One: Preperation
Meet the Gregory family and join them as they are invited into a celebration of God’s grace as they prepare to have their daughter baptized.

Episode Two: Community
Find out how one family’s baptism connects them with the surrounding community, and why that is good for everyone. 

Episode Three: Celebration
Rejoice and celebrate with the Gregory family as their daughter’s baptism gives them a glimpse of the whole history of God’s presence.