Welcome to SDBC. We are a church that loves God and loves our community. Jesus is at the centre of everything that we do as a church, and we strive to honour him as we follow his command to love one another as Jesus has loved us. We believe that Jesus is the only hope for this broken world, and therefore, we want to tell everyone in our community about Jesus by sharing the gospel and loving like Jesus. We'd love to have you join us on this mission!

We are excited to once again be holding in-person worship services. Click here for what to expect on a Sunday at SDBC. While masks are no longer required, they are recommended if you are not 14 days past your second COVID-19 vaccine dose. If you are not comfortable attending in-person, you can still join us Sundays at 10AM for our livestream service. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email us.

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South Delta Baptist Church
1988 56th Street, Delta, BC, V4L 2B1
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SDBC KIDS

Our Sunday Kids program is up and running during our 10AM service. Our Kids team will meet your children at the yellow bus just through the 56th Street entrance for check-in.
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What We Believe

It is our desire to create disciple making communities. We do this through reaching people, teaching them to love and serve Jesus, and sending them to reach, teach, and send others.
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The bible teaches us to pray for one another (Eph. 6:18; 1 Tim. 2:1; Jas. 5:16). Our prayer chain is dedicated to praying for those who send us prayer requests.

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Home Is Where Healing Happens

September 19, 2021 | by Paul Park

The bible shows us that Jesus healed many people in the context of homes. Our homes can be a place where the downtrodden and outcast are welcomed. Our homes...

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