Ceremonyedit]. The exact details of the baptismal ceremony vary among
Christian denominations. Many follow a prepared ceremony ...
The christening ceremony includes giving the baby his/her “Christian” name,
sprinkling water on the head of the child, and welcoming him/her into the ...
Can my child have a Christian cremation/burial if he/she is not christened? ...
Christening - the act or ceremony of baptizing and giving a name to an infant.
Ideas for Christenings and naming ceremonies ... If you're believers of the
Christian faith and want your child to be raised according to Christian principles,
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 ...
... 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 21, 2007 ... Baby-blessings, or baby-welcoming ceremonies, are gaining popularity among
those who may not have ties to a church or formal religion. ... take the place of a
more traditional baptism or christening and can take many forms.
Rather than holding Christian-style baptisms or christenings, most Unitarian
Universalist congregations have child dedication ceremonies for infants and ...
The practice of “infant dedication” is clearly perceived in the larger religious
community as a kindred spirit to the human tradition of “infant baptism.” Those
A baby's christening used to be the naming ceremony (the bestowal of a
Christian name) that accompanied the act of baptism. Nowadays, when people
talk for a ...