A priest holds a young infant at a baptism ceremony.

Baptism is the start of a life-long journey. Baptism is the means by which we become a part of the Body of Christ. Through baptism, we become a part of our local community at St. Faith’s, we become a part of the universal church of all believers, and we become linked to the great cloud of witnesses that stretches back into the depths of history.

In baptism, we are united with Christ’s death, and we are united with Christ’s resurrection. In it we receive new life in the Holy Spirit and are called by God into ministry—to proclaim the Good News of God, to do the work of reconciliation and healing, and to participate in God’s mission in the world around us.

If you would like to learn about and explore the sacrament of baptism for yourself or your child, we would love to hear from you. Please contact our rector, the Rev. Adam Yates at 604.266.8011 x2 or to begin a conversation today.