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Written by GreekBoston. Parents choose to have their children baptized from a young age because they want to set their children on the right path in the church early on. Here are some guidelines of what to expect for an adult baptism in the Greek Orthodox Church:. Reasons for Getting Baptized as an Adult So, why would an adult need to get baptized? Sometimes, parents choose not to baptize their child.
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Adult Baptism – All Saints Greek Orthodox Church
What happens during an adult Orthodox baptism? How does an adult baptism differ than a child baptism? An adult baptism is done in a manner very similar to a child baptism. All steps of the baptism are done the same. The biggest difference will be in the step of the font immersion. Where usually only the Godparent s will answer the priest as the baby can not speak, the adult may answer questions as well with the Godparents. The priest will specify if he wishes the adult to join in on the answers.
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Preparing for an Adult Greek Orthodox Baptism
Please be sure that you and the Sponsor s arrive at the church at least fifteen minutes prior to the service. Keep in mind that a spirit of reverence and respect is required at all times in the Church. These items should all be new. They are traditionally provided by the Godparent s , but that is left completely to your discretion.
Although infant baptism has been common within the Church since its earliest days, the reception of adult converts has always been regarded as a normative practice. Adults who wish to convert to the Orthodox Church undergo a process of preparation and religious instruction, and are then received either through Baptism and Chrismation or by Chrismation alone, depending on their circumstances. The first step in preparation for baptism is enrollment in the order of the catechumens. From the earliest days of the Church, a catechumen was a person who was undergoing religious instruction and spiritual formation in preparation to receive the Sacrament of Baptism.