Congratulations! We are excited that you would like to dedicate your child at Clover Hill and are honored to partner with you from the very beginning of your parenting journey with this little one.
These early years in a child’s life are incredibly important and impacting. No one will have more influence on your child than you, but we excited to be able to partner with you as you guide your child to know what it means to connect to Jesus Christ in a personal way.
Dedication provides an opportunity to publicly express your desire to lead and spiritually nurture your child in cooperation with the Holy Spirit, so your child will develop a desire to love God and love others. It is simply a way of sharing your commitment to partner with God and the local church as you raise your children.
This is a very special occasion and an opportunity to invite you whole family and other influencers in your child’s life. The event is to encourage you, the parent(s), and those who will walk and partner with you as you lead your child along in their spiritual journey.
Sunday, November 5, 5:00 – FULL
Next available date: Sunday, May 6, 5:00
*Deadline to sign up is April 22, 12pm.
Sunday, April 22, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
What is parent orientation? At parent orientation, you’ll receive all the details you need to ensure celebration day runs smoothly for you and your family. You’ll have an opportunity to meet ministry leaders and gain a better understanding of our environments. Childcare is provided for this evening.
Contact Diana at DLane@cloverhillag.org with any questions about registering.
*This event is not infant baptism. We believe that when people are old enough to understand what it means to put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, they should have the opportunity to make that choice for themselves. A preschooler is not able to understand sin, forgiveness, the sacrifice our Savior made for us, and what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. This event is about your commitment as parents to lead your children into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, so that as they get older, you are able to guide them and to help them understand what that means.