You do not need to be a member of our church to have your child dedicated in a group or public ceremony. We do encourage parents to make sure they are calling True North their home church. Why? In dedicating your child to God, you are stating that you are willing to partner with God and the church to raise your child in cooperation with God’s intentions. To partner with any church, a parent would be wise to decide if he or she agrees with its beliefs and vision, so they can be all-in in their partnership with the church.
When you choose to become a member at True North, you are stating that you agree with our beliefs and values and that you want this to be your home church. For more information on membership, visit the membership page.
To have your child dedicated at True North Church:
- We ask parents to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
- We ask parents to be sure their beliefs lineup with our church’s statement of beliefs.
- We ask parents to be regular attenders of our weekend services.
- We ask parents who are living together and who are not married to take steps to acknowledge and surrender to God’s plan for their relationship before participating in a child dedication service.