The exact details of the baptismal ceremony vary among Christian
denominations. Many follow a prepared ceremony, called a rite or ...
During a christening ceremony, parents and godparents bring a child before a ...
Christening is considered a holy sacrament within the Catholic Church, since ...
Dec 21, 2007 ... Baby-blessings, or baby-welcoming ceremonies, are gaining ... a more traditional
baptism or christening and can take many forms. ... While they follow traditions of
both religions, neither regularly attend church or synagogue.
Traditionally parents held a christening for their new baby to mark the beginning
of their upbringing in the Christian faith. Come see your questions answered on ...
Jul 10, 2004 ... While some Christian ministers baptize babies, the following order 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 ...
The christening ceremony, usually done to small children and babies, and most
common in Catholic and Episcopal churches, is more than simply infant baptism.
... a christening, alternatives such as a church blessing, naming ceremony or
simple 'naming ... Your child, family and any godparents go to the front of the
church and are asked to ... Naming ceremonies are secular (non-religious)
Dec 27, 2004 ... We are not religious either, and we did a "baby blessing" ceremony ... Hi there,
we had a Glistening - like a Christening but no religion involved!
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.
Naming ceromonies and Christening ceremonies are back in fashion with new ...
the promises are committing the child to be brought up in the Christian faith.".