For Presbyterians,  neurontin mgus baptism is the sign and seal of incorporation into Christ through his body, the Church.  In His own baptism, Jesus was anointed with the Holy Spirit to undertake the way of the servant made real through his life, his sufferings, his death and resurrection.  The church is commissioned to, “Go…and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”  Matthew 28:19

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As there is one body, the Presbyterian Church (USA) recognizes all baptisms with water, in the name of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, administered by other Christian churches.  Believers and their children are included in God’s covenant love and whether it is administered to those who profess their faith or to those presented for baptism as children, it is one and the same Sacrament.  The baptism of children witnesses to the truth that God’s love claims us even before we are able to respond in faith.

The water of baptism symbolizes the waters of creation, the  visite site flood, and the exodus from Egypt.  In his ministry, Jesus offered the gift of living water.

Ordinarily the child or adult who is seeking baptism is an active member of the congregation.  Baptism is authorized by the session of the church, administered by the pastor and celebrated in a service of public worship.

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