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holy communionBaptism is an incredibly important sacrament. Through Baptism we become the children of God, and we become part of the Christian Church. The water literally washes away any sins we possess, and we receive the benefits of Jesus'' death and resurrection. We become inheritors of His legacy, a legacy that includes life eternal.

In the ceremony of Baptism we reject everything that draws us from God's love and invite God into our hearts and minds. This is how we begin our lives as Christians. At St. Luke's Chapel we baptize adults, children, and infants. We have no fixed dates for Baptism, though some dates, like Easter, are traditionally dates for Baptism. We try to be flexible in our dates and make efforts to accommodate families.

If you would like to be baptized, know someone who would, or would like your child baptized, please contact the Rector to arrange an opportunity to sit down and discuss this important first step in your journey with Christ.