School Songs

Or don't you know that all of us who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death?  We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life.                            Romans 6:3-4 (NIV)



Baptism Songs

New Baptism Song! "Welcome Without End"


Baptism Song  "Let the Little Children Come"


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The songs of True Vine Music are written from the perspective of a sacramental view of Baptism. That is, that Baptism is not just something that we do, but rather that it is a mystery in which God is at work through Water, Word and Spirit.   For a deeper presentation on sacramental theology, go to the the Sacraments page.

Baptism is a gift of Jesus to His church, by which he places His name upon us (Matthew 28:19), clothes us with himself (Galatians 3:27), forgives our sins (Acts 2:38), connects us to His death and resurrection (Romans 6:3-4), and incorporates us into His body, the church (1 Corinthians 12:13).   These gifts, as all of the gifts of God are received through faith.
   Jesus' ministry begins with His baptism, and concludes with His mandate to make disciples of the nations, baptizing them and teaching them to obey all that He has commanded.

Since the bulk of contemporary worship music is coming from traditions that do not hold a sacramental view of baptism, there is a distinct need for more worship songs to fill this void: Songs that celebrate the baptism of an individual, as well as songs that celebrate the baptism of the baptized and reflect on the gift that God has given in Christ by Water, Word and Spirit.



A contemporary setting of the baptismal hymn "All Who Believe And Are Baptized."

A blessing sung to someone who is being baptized

A song about the Lord's Supper, that also makes reference to baptism as a place where the Lord meets with us.

This song celebrates the purposes of the church, and alludes to baptism when speaking of the fellowship of the body.

A Baptism blessing from the perspective of God, spoken to a girl or woman as she is baptized

In this confession and absolution song, the forgiveness of sins is depicted as being brought back to the water of baptism

Jesus invites the children to come to him that they might receive the Kingdom of God.  We respond to this call as we bring children to Him in baptism

This setting of John 7:37-38 does not make explicit reference to baptism, but the living water image makes it appropriate for baptism


In Baptism, Jesus welcomes us to a new family, and to a love, mercy and peace without end.