One other point on axis with the baptistery is the reconciliation room, located on the western side of the church and directly across from the ambry. When we fail to live up to our baptismal promises, we are separated from God through sin, and so the reconciliation room is in close proximity to the baptismal font as a reminder that though we are redeemed by baptism, we are in need of ongoing conversion and reconciliation.

The serpent door handles on the reconciliation room represent the roots of sin (Gen 3). The serpent is broken apart as we enter the place of reconciliation with God.