Baptism is one of two ordinances we observe at Hill Country Bible Church Austin, the other being communion. We believe the Bible teaches that each person who has placed their faith in Jesus Christ should publicly declare their commitment to Him through baptism (Acts 2:41 and 8:12).
- Symbolizes Christ's burial and resurrection (Colossians 2:12)
- Represents our death to sin through the blood of Jesus Christ and our new life in Him (Romans 6:3-4)
- Was modeled for us and instructed to us by Jesus (Mark 1:9; Matthew 28:19)
Why Be Baptized?
Adults contact Nancy Duron , HCBC Baptism Coordinator, for more information about scheduling your baptism.
If you have questions about the meaning of baptism or questions about your relationship with Jesus, please contact Cyndi Cooke to schedule an appointment with a pastor.
For children in the second through fifth grades, our Baptism Basics class helps children understand the significance of baptism and their decision to accept Christ. For information, contact Amy Johnson in Children's Ministry for class schedule.
For students grades 6th-12th, a baptism class is usually held the 2nd Sunday of every month at 8:30 am in room 3.306. Parents and students should attend together. Contact Amy Johnson to register. For questions or more information, please contact the Student Ministry office at 331-5050.
Contact Sandy Rigney at email@example.com for more information about baptism for adults, children (2nd-5th grades), and students (6th-12th grades).
Brushy Creek Campus:
Contact Liz Steele at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about baptism for adults, children (2nd-5th grades), and students (6th-12th grades).
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