By submitting to the ordinance of Water Baptism, and by regular observation of the Lord's Supper, the Christian proclaims to the world that he has renounced his former life of living for sin and self, and now belongs - body, soul, and spirit - to Christ as the Lord of His life.

Water Baptism
Water Baptism is intended only for those who have professed faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. It is a God-given illustration of each Christian's identification with Christ in His death, burial, and resurrection. Obedience to this ordinance demonstrates the believer's public confession of this fact to others.

Baptism shall be administered according to the divine command of our blessed Lord, "In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost (Spirit). (Matthew 28: 19)

Holy Communion
Holy Communion commemorates our redemption by Christ's death. It points to Calvary and to the return of Jesus, whose blood cleanses us from all sin and prepares us for His blessed return. (Matthew 26:17-30, 1st Corinthians 11:23-30)

The bread and the wine should be administered to all Christians. (Only unfermented wine should be used.) The Lord's Table should be open to all who love Him, and all of the Lord's children should be invited to His Table to commemorate together the death of their common Lord.

This shall be administered at least once each quarter.

Foot Washing
While Spirit Quest International does not consider "foot washing" an Ordinance, certainly it is an act of humility practiced by our Lord Jesus Christ, (John 13:14) "IF I THEN, YOUR LORD AND MASTER, HAVE WASHED YOUR FEET: YE ALSO OUGHT TO WASH ONE ANOTHER'S FEET." Nothing in our beliefs stands in the way of such practice, and we allow our members liberty of conscience in the observance.