The Baptism class, led by Fr. John Symonds, concentrated on the liturgy of the rite, a brief history of church architecture and the overall role of the Church in one’s Christian life, and the great importance of community upbringing in the lives of the infants who are to be baptized. Eastertide is a perennial favorite time of many families for baptism. However, traditionally The Episcopal Church highlighted four specific feast days for baptism: Easter, Pentecost, All Saints’ Day, and The Baptism of Our Lord Jesus Christ. These four dates are still advocated, but our denomination has become more responsive to offering Holy Baptism throughout the Church Year but not during penitential seasons.