The ordinance of baptism by burial with Christ should be observed as commanded in the Scriptures by all who really repented and in their hearts have truly believed in Christ as Saviour and Lord (Acts 2:38; Mark 16:16; Romans 6:4).
How do you get water baptised?
Water Baptism is typically held 4 times a year. Check the Church calendar to find when is the next one. Register with your Cell Leaders early as you have to complete a few pre-requisite courses including: New Beginnings Class, Know What You Believe Course, and a regular Cell attendance.
The differences between being an attender and being a member can be summed up in one word – Commitment. The difference between being an attender at a church and being a member is like the difference between living together and getting married. If you are just living together there is no commitment; you can walk out at any moment. Marriage means you’re committed for the duration.
In KAOG we recognize the need for a formal membership. We ask you to commit to membership.
How do you become a member?
Firstly, get involved in a carecell regularly. Membership pre-requisites also include completion of New Beginnings class with your cell leader and Know What You Believe ICGM Course. After that, you have to attend Church orientation where you will be introduced to everything regarding what the church is about. Church orientation classes are held every 4 times a year and will be announced during church services.