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The Importance of Baptism

Baptism is a public declaration of your faith in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Your decision to be baptized is in obedience to Christ and an important step in your spiritual life.


Baptism is a symbol of the believer’s identification with Christ in His death, burial, and resurrection. In baptism, the believer is testifying that he was “in Christ” when He died on the cross, that he was buried with Him, and that he has arisen to newness of life because of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.


GCCP practices believer’s baptism by water immersion in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit because it sets forth the essential facts of redemption (the death and resurrection of Christ) and also the essential outlook of the believer (death to sin and alive unto God). (Matthew 28:19; Acts 2:37-41; 8:36-39; Romans 6:3-10)


Before a person can be baptized, he or she must have accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as his or her personal Savior. The Bible order is always salvation first, then baptism. Baptism does not save!


Based on our church existing church practice and policies, your being baptized at GCCP also qualifies you to be a member of the church. As a member of the church you affirm and agree to our Statement of Faith and Church Constitution as well as to the purpose and founding principles of the church. Therefore, if you have a different home church or currently attending another church, we encourage you to get baptized at that church, which is more meaningful.


GCCP believes that membership to a local church is essential in the spiritual walk of a believer. Being a member of a local church provides accountability in your Christian testimony, spiritual nourishment and edification, mutual encouragement, enablement for Christian service, and discipline should it be necessary.


At GCCP, you can become a member of the church in two ways: (1) Through baptism if you have not been baptized into the protestant faith, or (2) Through the Membership Class if you have been baptized in another Bible-believing evangelical church but wish to make GCCP your church home.

Profess Baptismal and Membership Weekend

Profess is a special weekend at GCCP where your public declaration of your faith is celebrated in a Baptismal Service and witnessed by friends, family, and leaders of the church. Together with other candidates, you are also presented to the congregation and welcomed as a member of the church.


Documents Required
Class Requirements


Who can get baptized at GCCP?
I'm already baptized in another protestant church, but I want to become a GCCP member.
When is the next Baptismal and Membership class?
What documents do I need for my application?
I want to find out more about GCCP's beliefs


Fill out and submit the form below, and a GCCP staff will get in touch with you. If you prefer a hard copy, please download the application packet and email to members@gccp.org.ph

IMPORTANT: Name and other personal information must match those in your legal documents




Middle Name - Your mother's maiden last name as it appears on your Birth Certificate. 

For married women, your middle name includes your maiden middle and last names. Example: Jane (Tan) Cruz Chua, where (Tan) Cruz is your maiden middle and last names, respectively


Nickname - Your English name if your legal name is non-English in origin.

Not sure where to start?

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