Learn about the findings from the initial comparative analyses below

The aim of the baptism pilot project is to contribute to reflection and learning processes in the churches regarding the role of baptism in the churches’ self-understanding and practices. It connects academia, church leadership, and congregations across national borders, contributing to theological reflection, congregational development and best practices related to the area of baptismal theology and practice. The first step in this is a number of comparative analyses in the areas of statistics, practice, liturgy, education, communication, theological studies, and social science and empirical theology. Click to read more: