BAPTISM

Christian baptism is a symbolic act that represents the new life one has found in following Jesus–an outward sign of an inward change. We encourage anyone who has chosen to follow Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior to be baptized. Because we believe baptism is a personal choice, we don’t baptize infants, but wait until children are old enough to make this decision. Baptism is not required for church membership; in fact, at Crossings, anyone who has decided to follow Jesus Christ and has become involved in the life of this church is considered a member. Baptisms by immersion are held in Sunday services throughout the year.

If you’re interested in being baptized at Crossings Edmond, contact Megan King at 405-242-5464 or mking@crossings.church. If you’re interested in being baptized at Crossings OKC, contact Lori Bunyar at 405-302-1258 or lbunyar@crossings.church.

Learn more, read and watch stories of life change, and contact us about baptisms at Crossings by clicking the “Learn More About Baptism” button below.

PARENT/CHILD DEDICATION

Parent / Child Dedication at Crossings is a commitment for parents. It is recognition of their solemn responsibility to raise their child in a Christian home and a church where he / she may come to know Jesus Christ as his / her personal Savior. All parents interested in dedicating their children are asked to attend a one-hour class, held on certain Sunday mornings during the 10:45 a.m. hour. Once parents have taken the class, they can have their child dedicated during any future dedication service offered.

To register for a class at Crossings Edmond, contact Kari Holder at 405-242-5467 or kholder@crossings.church. To register for a class at Crossings OKC, contact Susan Aldredge at 405-302-1242 or saldredge@crossings.church.

Learn more about Parent / Child Dedication classes and view upcoming dedication service dates using the “Parent / Child Dedication” button below.

COMMUNION

Taking communion, or the Lord’s Supper, is a time of remembering the sacrifice made by Jesus Christ. The bread and the juice are symbolic reminders of the body and blood of Jesus. Communion should only be taken by those who have chosen to follow Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Crossings practices open communion, which means individuals do not need to be actively attending Crossings to take communion. Every believer is invited to partake of the bread and juice. At Crossings, communion is taken in all worship services on the first Sunday of every month. There are also special worship services throughout the year where communion is served.