Welcome to our Church



Greetings! The Pastor, Officers and members of the Bronx Seventh-day Adventist Church, welcome you to its web presence.

We are pleased that you've been led to visit our site. We trust that your visit with us will be informative, spirit-filled; and perhaps help make you stronger to face the rest of your day. We encourage you to worship with us, in person whenever you're in our area - you are guaranteed a blessing. However, thanks for visiting our site. May the sweet spirit of our Lord direct your will and your ways.

As a member of the Bronx SDA Church for over 27 years, let me introduce you to our senior pastor click here.

Popular Features...

  • Health Ministries
  • Young Adult Ministry

Wholeness and health have been an emphasis of the Seventh-day Adventist church since the 1860s when the church began. The Bible reminds us that

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This is a site for young adults - singles, newly connected, and young parents to visit from time to time. It will endeavor to present ideas, encouragement, social and economic information and thoughts to pique your interest, as well as a venue to exchange ideas.

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Pastor's Study

Pastor Kendal Guy

Dr. J. Kendall Guy was born in Chicago, Ill, his early childhood was spent in New York city where his late father, John F. Guy pastored for many years. Dr. Guy received a B.A in Theology from Oakwood University, Huntsville AL.

Thought of the Day

bible-open150Colossians 3:16“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.”

Tip of the Week

Happy Family 101

Kids who have dinner with their families do better across pretty much every conceivable metric. A recent wave of research shows that children who eat dinner with their families are less likely to drink, smoke, do drugs, get pregnant, commit suicide, and develop eating disorders. Additional research found that children who enjoy family meals have larger vocabularies, better manners, healthier diets, and higher self-esteem.  

Point of View

  • Living a Healthful Life

    Part of the process includes taking care of our health—we believe God calls us to care for our bodies, treating them with the respect a divine creation deserves. Gluttony and excess, even of something good, can be detrimental to…