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    Baptism and Baby Naming/Welcoming

    Baptist is a fundamental part as Unitarian Baptist and it is in our Canon Law 007.0.7 Sacraments & Rituals

    020.2.4 Canon The Greater Services
    In common with all Chaplaincies possessing Apostolic Succession, the Unitarian Baptist Chaplaincy or
    Fellowship, holds the Greater Spiritual Services to be five in number, namely: Baptism, the Holy Eucharist,
    Marriage, Holy Orders and Holy Anointing. The essential elements necessary for the validity of each  
    Services are enumerated in Canons 020.24 through 020.27.

    This is a list of our sacrament and Spiritual Services:
  1. The Sacrament of Baptism or the Spiritual Service of Baby Naming/Welcoming
  2. The Sacrament of Marriage or the Sacrament Holy Matrimony (Under Local Laws), or the Spiritual
    Service of Commitment ceremony or the affirmation of love ceremony
  3. The Sacrament of Worship or the Sacrament of Holy Communion, a meal or a banquet with a ritual to
    bless the meal and people and also during normal Worship under the Species of non-alcoholic wine and host.
  4. The Sacrament of Last Rites and the Spiritual Service of Funerals
  5. The Sacrament of Ordering or the Sacrament of Holy Orders new member to the clergy
  6. The Spiritual Service of  Preaching
  7. The Spiritual Service Benedictions
  8. The Spiritual Service Consecration of the water ceremony
  9. The Spiritual Service Candlelight Tribute ceremony
  10. The Spiritual Service  of Prayers reciting
  11. The Spiritual Service Solstice and Equinox ceremonies
  12. Other Special Service  Celebrations

    Eric Michel Ministries International is using the form of baptism among the earliest Christians was
    the candidate to be immersed, either totally or partially we prefer this last one because an archaeological
    evidence of Christian baptism from the 3rd century onward indicates that a normal form was to have the
    candidate stand in water while water was poured over the upper body.