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  • #16
    As United Methodists we'll sprinkle, pour, immerse, or wet hands on head. We also do this throughout the year as the need arises and celebrate it within the worship services as you may find typical. What we do that's more unique is two, sometimes three baptisms in the bay. We're in PCB, FL and have a few bays, lagoons, state parks and such that offer shallow water and good viewing from shore. It's very special to those being baptized.

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    • #17
      I thought at first you meant, theologically how do we baptize and I thought this was about to turn into a submersion vs christening or oneness vs trinitarian baptism post haha. But my church normally does the baptism toward the end of the service and we baptize anyone anytime they want to do it. Though I believe my church should maybe have a class or meeting with the pastor so that the candidates know exactly how serious and symbolic baptism is.

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      • #18
        We do baptisms usually only once or twice a year (smaller church), and we have a service outside at a nearby private pond, and between baptisms we sing a chorus from a song (traditional or modern relevant to baptism), and then we have a fellowship picnic afterwards.

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        • #19
          ust a symbolic sprinkling of water over their head...


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