Parent/Child Dedications


Children are a gift from God! Here at Curtis we celebrate that gift by coming alongside of parents with Biblical resources that equip them to be the best parents they can be. Parenting classes are provided throughout the year to teach, train, equip, and support parents to raise children who reflect Jesus. Upon completion of these classes, we offer a Parent/Child Dedication service. This is a special time in our church for parents to gather with family and friends, and make a public commitment to raise their child in a Christ-centered home. During the scheduled Worship Service, parents will have an opportunity, along with other families, to stand before the church and celebrate the gift of your child.

There will be a specific time in the Worship Service when parents make a public commitment before the congregation and then we as a church commit to support these parents as they raise their children to know, love, and follow Jesus Christ.

Following the dedication service, you will be provided with a complimentary family photograph. A DVD of the dedication may also be ordered.

If you wish to participate in a Parent/Child Dedication, we ask that you fill out this form.

Frequently Asked Questions

At what age can a child take part in a Dedication Service?
Our primary focus is on children from birth to 24 months. However, we consider each family on an individual basis.
Can a single parent participate in a Baby Dedication?
Yes. We want to do all we can to encourage your walk with Christ. As a church family, we desire to be a part of your extended family. If you want to participate in a Dedication Service and would like the support of your parents or another family member, we will gladly discuss this with you before the service to provide guidance on how they can take part.
Do I need to attend the Parenting Class if I have participated in another church’s Dedication Service?
Yes. All parents must attend a four week Parenting Class.
Do you provide reserved seating for grandparents and extended family?
Yes. We would not want your family to miss this important event in your life.