Introducing Christian Baptism with Anne Kitch (ChurchNext)


There may be no more transformative moment in one’s life than one’s baptism.

Baptism is an invitation to accept God’s gift of love and grace more fully into our lives. This is why initiation into the Christian faith is not taken lightly by most Christians or churches.

ChurchNext Christian Baptism with Anne Kitch

Source: ChurchNext

In this course, Anne Kitch teaches us the basics of Christian baptism. She realizes that every denomination has a slightly different take on what baptism means and how it’s done. And since she’s an Episcopal priest, she will reference The Book of Common Prayer and its baptismal liturgy. However, you may still find this course to be a helpful course if you are considering baptism in another denomination.

Here are the topics of Anne’s lectures:

  • What Is Baptism?
  • Why Be Baptized?
  • What Is the History of Baptism?
  • What Is the Baptismal Covenant?

This course will take an average student around 45 minutes to complete.

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