British Conference of Seventh Day Baptist Churches
Seventh Day Baptists (SDB) are Christian Baptists who observe the Sabbath (Saturday), the seventh day of the week.
The first recorded SDB Church was the Millyard SDB Church, which was formed in London in 1617. Its original building is no longer standing, but its previous location is where the train yard is now situated near Whitechapel.
Seventh Day Baptist Conference UK started in 1966, this is the association of Seventh Day Baptist churches in United Kingdom. The churches agree to work together through the conference to further the work of the Kingdom of God through Seventh Day Baptist ministries. Our mission as a conference is ministering to our community as well as to each other. Therefore, we work together as part of the body of Christ ensuring that all our ministries and activities revolve around our central goal of knowing Christ and making him known.
Seventh Day Baptist Conference UK exits to be the glue that holds our families, churches, and denomination together in love; by building a strong community and transforming ministries committed to serving God and others.
Reaching the lost at any cost!
Spreading the gospel, by preaching and teaching God’s word, This is in accordance to The Great Commission outlined in the bible under Matthew 28:19-20:
"19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Executive Committee Members
Deaconess C. Wynter
Deacon D. Rutty
Sis A. Cummings
Deacon J. Johnson
Sis S. Rutty
Deaconess M. Reynalds
Chair, Evangelism Committee
Deaconess A. Scott
Chair, Constitution Committee