Becoming Christian: (Please scroll down for more info)
'The Journey' to God
Initiating people into God's loving ways is the most precious gift with which we have been entrusted. When adults come to faith everyone can see how important becoming a Christian is. Like anything worthwhile, (getting married, for example) it happens slowly and in stages. First, a person finds something that they like about us, and begins to make enquiry. (Like a first date, getting to know someone). Then when they have decided that Christian life might be for them, a period of formation follows and, during Lent, comes a period of more intense formation. The main part of the training follows the Christian 'Six Fold Path' of (a) prayer, (b) Worship, (c) Bible reading, (d) Care for one another (e) Resisting evil and (f) Looking at the whole of life as a call from God. This process follows the pattern of 'Do first, then think about it'. After a person has been baptized they reflect on what has happened for another 50 days (from Easter until Pentecost). Then they are full members of the Church and exercise their gifts for the benefit of everyone.
For more information about Christian Initiation, infant baptism, or the Christian way of life,
contact the Chaplain on 021 963 4354 or 078 856 6742
You can also use our contact page from this web site.