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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naming_ceremony

A naming ceremony is the event at which an infant, a youth, or an adult is given a name or ... Naming a child is usually through the baptism ceremony in Christian culture. Though this is true for majority of the Christian population, the traditions ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infant_baptism

Many follow a prepared ceremony, called a rite or liturgy. In a typical ceremony, parents or godparents bring their child to their ...

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A christening ceremony is the formal welcoming of a new baby into the religious community in which the child is being christened. Since a christening ceremony ...

churchofenglandchristenings.org/service-step-step

What Happens at a christening? At a christening a child is baptized with water. This is the heart of a christening. There are several moments in the service.

www.huggies.com.au/baby-care/christening

Traditionally parents held a christening for their new baby to mark the beginning of ... Come see your questions answered on christening and naming ceremonies.

bible.org/article/baby-dedication

Jul 10, 2004 ... Introduction It's exciting whenever a new child enters a family. ... of service is for those who prefer what J. I. Packer describes as "dry baptism." ... Before the actual ceremony, it is crucial that pastors counsel parents about the ...

www.nbcnews.com/id/21476014/ns/health-childrens_health/t/parents-make-their-own-rituals-welcome-baby

Dec 21, 2007 ... Baby-blessings, or baby-welcoming ceremonies, are gaining popularity ... of a more traditional baptism or christening and can take many forms.

www.christeningessentials.com/what_is_christening_

Can my child have a Christian cremation/burial if he/she is not christened? ... Baptism - the ceremony or sacrament of admitting a person into Christianity.

www.gotquestions.org/christening.html

The christening ceremony, usually done to small children and babies, and most common in Catholic and Episcopal churches, is more than simply infant baptism.

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Christening ceremonies for babies are held in Catholic, Apostolic, Assyrian, Anglican, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Methodist and other churches. Christening is ...