Yesterday being the first Sunday of Epiphany, the Gospel reading was of the baptism of Jesus. In the Episcopal Church (and perhaps in other liturgical churches) we take the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord as an opportunity to renew our baptismal vows (something we also do whenever there is a baptism.)
Growing up in the Churches of Christ, baptism was always a big, big deal. It should be. Now, this is not to say that I agree with the tradional CoC understanding of baptism; I do not. But I still agree that baptisms are, and should be marked as, major events in the life of an individual and a congregation. So, I would humbly suggest to my brethren in the Churches of Christ (if there are any still reading this apostate blog :) ) that you find a way to incorporate the renewing of baptismal vows whenever your congregation baptizes someone. For me, the corporate act of renewing these vows not only serves as a poiniant reminder of my baptism, it also reenforces the collectiveness of the Church – “We are all members of one body”, type of thing.