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Baptism

Baptism is an important step in the Christian faith. It’s a reason to party. Providing the right information to explain all the information about baptism is vital, so people know the reason why we baptise.

A great idea is to run information sessions or baptismal classes so people really understand about baptism. There are many resources online to help you do this. Life.Church are sharing their resources to help baptism events to be meaningful and organized. You’ll find a variety of guides to coordinate baptism events as a good example to use. Find the kit, samples and editable files here.

It’s nice to receive a certificate when you get baptised and it helps people remember the occasion.  We have some traditional and contemporary certificates available for download in our template section here.

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Have a list of what each person needs to bring to a baptism and information on what to expect on the day.   Clothing for baptisms are best if supplied.  Baptism Shirts are a safe to hand out as gifts to those who are being baptised, as they can be made very modestly.  Find templates for shirts on our Clothing page.

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Karen Stuckey has been a Virtual Assistant to many Pastors and Churches in Australia since 2011. It was birthed out of her relative and friends, who were Pastoring in Churches, asked her to find out information on where to get this or that, or what’s the best so and so to use. From this she saw a need and began supporting Pastors and Leaders from around the nation.

Prior to this, her and her husband Gavin, ran home groups, healing meetings, soaker services, kids ministry, hospital chaplain (Karen), playgroup (Karen), hospitality services etc. They have 3 children, 1 son-in-law, 1 daughter-in-law and 2 grand children.

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