Baptism Celebration

We are so glad you are participating in our upcoming baptism celebration at Eagles View Church. Our next Baptism Celebration is Sunday, September 2 at 6:30pm. The Baptism Celebration service is more than just getting around a baptistry to watch people get dunked. It is a party! We are celebrating that Jesus is alive and has rescued these men and women from spiritual death to be alive and made new. At this service we will read aloud a personal testimony written by each participant. Below you will find a download for how to write your testimony, as well as some instructions for how to prepare for the day of the event.

If you haven't sign up for the Baptism Celebration and you wish to be baptized, CLICK HERE

Before the Baptism Celebration

Please download, read, and work through the worksheet below. It will not only help you write your testimony, but prepare you to give a witness for the transformation that took place in your life because of Jesus. A guide is also available for kids to articulate their testimony. It is recommended that parents download both worksheets and work kids through the kids worksheet with them.

Please complete by August 29th and email to kyle@eaglesviewchurch.org

Preparing your Testimony Worksheet Download

EVC Kids Testimony Worksheet Download (6th Grade and younger)

On the day of the event

The Baptism Service will start after the 5:00 p.m. Sunday service, around 6:30pm. To prepare to be baptized, please bring the following items:

  • Shorts and dark colored shirt to wear in the baptistry (We will provide you with a shirt, but if your size is not available, please have a shirt to be worn in the water. Swim trunks may be worn as shorts. Women's swimwear may be worn under their shirt and shorts.) 
  • Towel
  • A change of clothes for after the baptism
  • Sandals to be worn to and from the baptistry

Please arrive at 4:30pm for a meeting in Room 111. You will be able to attend the 5:00pm service.


After the baptism celebration service, stay with us as we enjoy a meal and celebrate what the Lord has done!