4th Sunday of every month at 10:00am for Bessemer.
4th Sunday of every month at 12:00pm for Derby.
Meet our baptism team at the Welcome Center inside the church lobby.
You will need to bring any appropriate bottom, towel, extra under garments, and socks. You will also need to bring any form of hair protection. We will provide a shirt.
For COVID safety measures, you may only bring up to 5 people.
Below are the guidelines and procedures every TWC Campus will be following to ensure our baptisms are a safe experience for those being baptized and those in attendance:
Current guidelines to be practiced for all in attendance:
- Temperature check
- Wear a mask
- Practice social distancing
- Wash your hands frequently and avoid touching your face
Considerations For Individuals Performing Baptisms:
- Staff members who have had a positive COVID test in the past 6 months or have been vaccinated, if available.
- Willing volunteers who have had a positive COVID test in the past 6 months or have been vaccinated, if available.
- Staff and volunteers supporting baptism in and out of the pool will wear a mask covering the nose and mouth as well as eye protection.
Procedure For Individuals Being Baptized:
- Due to COVID protocol all participants will be responsible for bringing the following items: Extra Undergarments
- Hair Protector (Water Preventer)
- Wear a face covering until just before entering the pool.
- Place your mask inside your towel for the pool attendant to hold.
• While in the pool, no face covering will be worn.
- Baptism may be performed as speciﬁed by the Spiritual Formation Team.
- Upon rising from the water, the person being baptized will be handed their towel.
- When practical and as soon as possible, the person being baptized shall put on their face covering.
On-site: Proper Care for Pool Water
The number of people being baptized per pool, per service may be limited.
This dilution is a sanitizing solution. The solution will not be harmful for submersion.
These recommended guidelines may be modiﬁed or rescinded based on the current status from the CDC or local public health agencies.