The United Methodist Church Certificates of Baptism for Children (Pad of 26)

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The United Methodist Church Certificates of Baptism for Children (Pad of 26)
Supply--Printed or Imprinted ISBN: 9780687495610
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Published October 2005

As the pastor, church staff, and congregation nurture individuals through their faith journeys, they celebrate each milestone. Certificates of Baptism create a permanent record of these important events and provide a meaningful memento. These United Methodist Certificates of Baptism for Children can be kept for generations! Pad contains 26 certificates featuring the image of the cross and flame in a circle; each certificate with a perforated record stub to record this baptism in the permanent church register. Size of certificate is 8 1/2" x 11”.
Words on each certificate are:
This certifies that
Be It Known, That____________________________________________________________________, child of
born__________________________________________________at __________________________________,
having been presented for holy Baptism; and _______________________________________________________
                                                                                    Parent(s), Guardian(s), and/or Sponsor(s)
having renounced the spiritual forces of wickedness, having rejected the evil powers of this world and repented of their sin; having accepted the freedom and power given by God to resist evil, injustice, and oppression in whatever forms they present themselves; having confessed Jesus Christ as their Savior; having put their whole trust in his grace, and having promised to serve him as their Lord in union with the church which Christ has opened to people of all ages, nations, and races; and having agreed to nurture__________________________in Christ’s holy church, and by teaching and example guide____________________to accept God’s grace for_________________________self, to profess_____________faith openly, and to lead a Christian life; ___________________was this day baptized in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, and is now enrolled as a baptized member in
______________________________________________at ____________________________________
                                                                         CHURCH                                                                      PLACE
____________________________________________ ________________________________________      
                                                                         WITNESS                                                                                               PASTOR
____________________________________________ ________________________________________
                                                                          WITNESS                                                                                             DATE
Give this certificate to the parents as a remembrance for the baptized child and a beautiful keepsake of the special baptism day.

Order My Baptism Book to record photos and observations of the special day. Examine the Padded Presentation Folder, designed to fit these certificates.
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Did you know. . .
Baptism Certificates are tangible recognition from the church of significant milestones in each child's spiritual journey and of their commitment to Christian living. Presentation of certificates helps the church build relationships with children in the congregation. At the same time, certificates help children remember and respond to their covenant relationship with God, church, and neighbor.
The Cross and Flame symbol relates The United Methodist church to God through Christ (cross) and the Holy Spirit (flame). The flame is a reminder of Pentecost when witnesses were unified by the power of the Holy Spirit and saw "tongues, as of fire" (Acts 2:3).