Baptism Permission Letter: 2 Templates

As you might know, baptism refers to that process that frees you from all your sins and grants you forgiveness as you put all your faith in Jesus. It makes you one step closer to Him. It also grants you a special place in the community of believers.

But in order to achieve baptism, you must take permission from the concerned religious authorities. In order to write the best permission letter with all the correct phrases, make sure you have a look at this sample letter written by me.

Template: 1

Baptism Permission Letter


(Mention name of the sender)

(Designation of the respective person)

(Mention name of the addressee)

Subject- letter of permission for the baptism

Respected madam/sir,

This letter is to request for permission of baptism. I would like to start with the process of baptism as I feel I am very much divine to god. Putting God first takes a lot of courage and strength.

I am so happy that at this young age, I have decided to take this baptism. I hope this baptism will help me to feel love and joy.

I would like to request you please accept my letter for baptism. I am very much excited about this. 

Lastly, I would like to say, please accept my request letter for baptism and grant me permission. I believe this process will help me to grow more in life and will help me to achieve what I want.

This is a great opportunity for me and I don’t want to lose this chance. This is my request to please grant me permission for baptism. I will be highly obliged to you.

For any further information or queries, you can reach me at (mention phone number) or through an email (mention email address).

Thanking you


(Mention name of the sender)

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Template: 2

Baptism Permission Letter

[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State, ZIP]
[Email Address]
[Phone Number]

[Recipient’s Name]
[Recipient’s Position/Title]
[Church Name]
[Church Address]
[City, State, ZIP]

Subject: Permission for Baptism Ceremony

Dear [Recipient’s Name],

I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to request permission for the baptism of my [Child’s Full Name]. As devout members of the [Church Name] community, it is our earnest desire to have our child receive the sacrament of baptism within the loving embrace of our church family.

We have attended [Church Name] for [duration] and have actively participated in various church activities and services. We have witnessed the deep sense of community, spiritual guidance, and nurturing environment that [Church Name] provides, and we believe it to be the ideal setting for our child’s baptism.

It is our sincere belief that baptism is a sacred sacrament that marks the initiation of our child into the Christian faith and the loving embrace of the church community. We understand the significance of this commitment and are fully dedicated to raising our child with love, faith, and a strong moral foundation.

With this in mind, we kindly request permission to have our child, [Child’s Full Name], baptized during a convenient and suitable time in accordance with the church’s schedule. We understand that there may be certain requirements and guidelines that need to be followed, and we are more than willing to fulfill them to ensure a meaningful and memorable baptism ceremony.

Please let us know of any specific information or preparations that are necessary for the baptism ceremony. We will gladly meet with the designated church representative to discuss any further details, complete any required paperwork, and address any questions or concerns you may have.

We deeply appreciate your consideration of our request and the opportunity for our child to be embraced by the grace of baptism within the [Church Name] community. We understand the importance of this sacrament and pledge to actively participate in the spiritual upbringing of our child as members of the church.

Thank you for your attention to this matter. We eagerly await your response and look forward to discussing the baptism ceremony further.

Yours faithfully,

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