Portable baptistries are a great alternative for churches or congregations where a permanent or built-in baptismal pool isn’t an option. We are proud of our design and believe it is better than the others you may see. Here’s why… Cleaner Water Clean, healthy water is of utmost importance. With our continuously circulating pump and a Read more about Portable Baptistries »
Designed and manufactured by Royal Spa, our baptistries focus on thoughtful engineering and manufacturing excellence to meet the needs voiced by many pastors across the country.
Improper tubs, troughs and ceramic bowls cannot provide the safety, cleanliness, efficiency or convenience needed for baptismal use. Royal Spa baptisteries answer every need—tasteful, durable, safe, and easy to use and maintain. Our baptistries use very low electricity to heat in preparation for use. A hybrid pump runs quietly and efficiently, keeping your water clean and safe with a purification system you won’t ever need to think about.
Whether your congregation requires built-in, portable or completely custom to your specifications, Royal Spa will bring your baptistry needs to fruition. Our skilled craftsmen make all of our fine fiberglass products here in Indianapolis, Indiana, and we ship anywhere in the continental US, serving thousands of churches nationwide.
Features Designed to be installed as a Built-In or Semi-Built-In Unit Completely Self Contained Incorporates a Dry-Well design so only the candidate gets wet Standard Built as a 30 Amp 220 Volt system (can be built to operate on 110 Volt/20 Amp Circuit) Underwater White Light. Light button can be mounted in multiple locations Open Read more about Built-In Baptistries »
Royal Spa has always welcomed custom production products. Whether you are looking for a “One-Off” or a full production item, we are happy to accommodate your needs. We have our own mold making department and the ability to make nearly any size and shape baptistry or other product. Please contact us to price your custom Read more about Custom Baptistries »