I’ve answered a similar question in a previous post. I’ll remind you of a few things about communion:
- Communion is primarily relational in nature; we don’t partake in communion because it is our duty. Rather we participate because it is our delight. It is born out of a genuine relationship with God. It’s critical to understand this point.
- Have you talked to your mother about why she doesn’t want you to be baptized? Biblically, there is no appropriate AGE when one can be baptized. When you become a Christian, and understand the importance and significance of baptism, you should get baptized.
- Remember, the church is not trying to be legalistic in this matter. We ask (but not force) people to refrain from communion until they profess their faith publicly in baptism.
Thanks for your thoughtful question. May God give you wisdom and courage to make the right decision.
[Answered by Pastor HM]