As a member of a Baptist Church, I have friends of other denominations. Some friends of my wife and I are of the United Methodist Church. Now these friends of ours are no doubt saved and are very dedicated in their walk with Christ; they are involved in every aspect of the Church and community. Here’s my question. If they were to visit my church on communion Sunday, they would be denied the opportunity to partake in the Lords Supper, because they were not “scripturally” baptized by the Baptist interpretation of the scripture. Why would the Baptist want to deny them the opportunity to partake in the Lord’s Supper? They were sprinkled or baptized, in the name of the Father, the Son and of the Holy Spirit, but not immersed. I thought to be “scripturally” baptized was to be baptized in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. What I don’t understand is that the Baptist Church says that Baptism isn’t what saves, but denies a fellow Christian Communion? Will Christ deny my friends a place at the Lambs Supper, because they weren’t baptized per the Baptist interpretation? Isn't communion nothing more than a rememberance anyway? So why should it matter if A: Baptism doesn't save and B: Communion is nothing more than a rememberance As long as one is a professing Christian and has accepted the Lord as his or her Saviour, they shouldn't be denied communion. This is really bothering me and it makes me ashamed and embarrassed to be called a Baptist.