• Our History

    The North Bronx Seventh-day Adventist Church originated as a Branch Sabbath School of the Yonkers Seventh-day Adventist Church on May 20, 1967. The shade of a large tree on property owned by the Church at East 219th Street, served as the Sanctuary for eleven (11) individuals, led under the divine guidance by Elder Louis Wisdom on that day. One week later, May 27, 1967, as a result of the efforts of Elder Wisdom and Elder Michele Cicale, the small group began to worship in rented space at the Emanuel Baptist Church, 216th Street & White Plains Road.

    The group experienced such rapid growth that by October 1967, they were organized by the Greater New York Conference of Seventh-day Adventists as the North Bronx Seventh-day Adventist Company. A year later, in September 1968, they were organized into a church with 56 foundation members. 

    • Our Community

      Our church family is a diverse group of people, nations, cultures and heritages. We strive to make North Bronx a place where everyone has a seat at God’s table.

      Whether you are from the West Indies, the deep south, an eastern land or right here in New York City, North Bronx is known as the caring church where everybody is somebody.

      Located in the Williamsbridge area of the Bronx, our community is full of different friendly faces and stories.

  • What we Believe

    As a Christian church, Seventh-day Adventists are a faith community rooted in the beliefs described by the Holy Scriptures. Adventists describe these beliefs in the following ways:

    God’s greatest desire is for you to see a clear picture of His character. When you see Him clearly, you will find His love irresistible.

    For many, “seeing God clearly” requires that they see God’s face. However, how He looks is not the issue. Seeing and understanding His character is what’s most important. The more clearly we understand Him, the more we will find His love irresistible. As we begin to experience His love, our own lives will begin to make more sense.