Children and adults may be baptized at St. Mark’s. Baptisms take place four times a year and candidates (parents of the child candidate or the adult candidate for baptism) are asked to participate in a baptism class so that they may learn more about the rite in which they are participating.
Parents who wish to present their child(ren) for baptism at St. Mark’s must attend a Baptism Class to learn more about baptism within the Episcopal Church and to explore the larger issues surrounding this important religious rite. The class is specially designed for parents and explores parenting issues that are posed by our Liturgy of Baptism and is offered in the fall and the spring. While taking the course, parents may choose a baptism date and select the 9:00 a.m., 11:15 a.m, or 5:00 p.m. service at which they wish their child to be baptized.
Please contact Rev. Michele Morgan if you are interested in an adult or child baptism.