Spots open for Spring Parent Promise!

It's time to celebrate! Parent Promise is about dedicating you and your little one to God's love and care.

Before the Event

Parent Promise is so much more than just an event. Our child dedication celebrations are meant to serve as a way for you as parents to begin thinking about what your child needs most—and we believe that is love. Yes, your love, but more importantly, the love of their heavenly Father.

Our hope is that through Parent Promise, you will establish a commitment to raising your child to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. And not only that, but we want to partner with you in this endeavor.

Because of that, we ask that you watch two short videos before attending this event. In these videos, you will be given an assignment to complete before Parent Promise. And listen—we know you’re busy—so we wouldn’t ask you to do these things if we didn’t think they were very, very important.

Video 1: Imagine the End

Video 2: Widen the Circle

Orientation: 11:00-12:00

Celebration Event: TBD


Orientation: March 24th

Celebration Event: April 20th





Before the celebration . . .

How much does Parent Promise cost?

There is no cost to participate in Parent Promise.


How many people can I invite?

We will reserve one table with 8 chairs for you and your family.

What do I need to do between now and the day of the celebration?

Invite your friends and family. You will also need to watch two short videos in preparation for the event. These videos contain homework challenges (choosing 3 words for your child that describes the type of person you want them to become)

You can find these videos at the top of this page and view them using the password provided to you. If you did not receive a password, you may request one by contacting


What do I need to bring with me?

Besides your friends, family, and child (don’t forget them at home!), please bring a printed copy of the “homework”—the 3 words you chose for your child. If you don’t mind sharing your thoughts on selecting those 3 words with your guests, we welcome that.

The day of the celebration . . .

What time should we arrive?

The doors will open fifteen minutes prior to the celebration start time (TBD).


What should we wear?

Whatever you and your little one will feel most comfortable in! This is a GC event!


Is this an infant baptism?

No. We believe that a child must be old enough to understand what it means to put their faith in Jesus Christ before they can be baptized. This event is an opportunity for you as parents to publicly declare that you want to raise your child to develop their own relationship with Jesus Christ.


I can barely get my child to sit still long enough to get them dressed. How will they survive the entire celebration day event?

Your child will make noise during the celebration day event. But that’s okay, because so will everyone else’s!


Will there be a photographer?

We will have a photo booth set up for family photos.


What can I expect on the day of the celebration?

The event should last no more than 45 minutes. The program will include a welcome, prayer of dedication, and a short message. During this time, you will have an opportunity to share your homework. Snacks will be served.