County Line Parent/Child Dedication Ceremony


You have been entrusted to raise this precious child, and we look forward to partnering with you as you begin the journey. We hold two Dedication Ceremonies per year, in the spring and the fall. These are held on weekends, separately from our worship services.  This gives us time for a meaningful commitment before God and a celebration with your family and friends.

The next Parent/Child Dedication Event

Sunday, December 13th

Registration is OPEN!

Get Started:

If you would like to participate, please email Nursery Director, Carissa Piano at Carissa will send a confirm receipt of your email and this will reserve your spot for the next available event. Spots are limited and fill quickly.

Please include in your email:
Parents Names
Child’s Full Name (First, Middle and Last)
Child’s Birthdate

Once your spot is secured, you are ready to schedule a meeting to prepare for this meaningful commitment.

Schedule A Meeting:

Make an appointment to meet with Stacey Zeisloft, our Children’s Ministry Director.  We will talk through the Dedication worksheet and make plans for what each of us will say and do at the observance. Please print out the worksheet in advance and read through it prior to the meeting.

Also, please watch the video below from Pastor Stu about the importance of this commitment prior to meeting with Stacey.

In addition, please send 2-3 digital photos of your child to Carissa Piano.  These will be used for a special keepsake.

Baby Dedication Worksheet

Dedication Day:

Invite your family and friends to arrive at your prearranged time. You will be guided through Dedication stations that will begin with a meaningful time of presenting your child to God, lighting of a candle and sharing your blessing with your guests.  Next your family will move to a time of celebration with photo taking, writing of encouragement cards and a sweet treat. You will receive your candle, a certificate of Dedication and a special photo keepsake frame to take home with you.
Stations will be sanitized between families to ensure a clean environment.