Vallejo Bible Church for the Deaf is a place where the Deaf can hear God’s Word in their own language. Romans 10:14 says, “How shall they hear without a preacher?” We believe the best way to communicate God’s truth to the Deaf is in a church where God’s word is taught in American Sign Language (ASL).
We believe the Bible is God’s Word. God wants deaf people to know what the Word of God teaches, what God says about going to heaven, and how to live right.
We are a missionary church plant sponsored by Vallejo Bible Church. It is our goal to establish this church by evangelism, discipleship, and leadership training. We desire to have a Deaf church led by Deaf leaders and teachers.
We are a friendly group, and would love to have you come and visit us. All church services are in ASL, and voice interpreting is provided for hearing people. Be sure to check out our Calendar of Events!
Will You Go To Heaven?
The Bible says there is only one way to get to Heaven. We cannot get to Heaven by trying to live the best we can. We cannot get to Heaven by doing good things. There is only one way to get to Heaven – Jesus is the way to Heaven. (John 14:6)
Here are a few things you must know:
All people are sinners – The Bible says there is no person who is righteous (Romans 3:10). Everyone has done bad things!
All sin must be punished – Romans 6:23 says “the wages of sin is death.” This death is punishment in the Lake of Fire forever.
Eternal life is a free gift – God loved us (John 3:16) and sent Jesus to die on the cross for our sins. Jesus paid for our sins. Salvation is a free gift (Romans 6:23).
We must believe that what God has said is true – If we believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, we will be saved (Acts 16:31).
Penny has participated in Deaf church planting with Biblical Ministries Worldwide for over 35 years. After graduating from Bible college and joining the mission, she served briefly in New Zealand, then was in Deaf church planting ministries in Denver and Sacramento before moving to Vallejo in 1999 with the goal of starting a Deaf Church.
The first ASL service was held at Vallejo Bible Church the following year. She is very involved in the Deaf women's ministry, evangelizing, mentoring, teaching, interpreting and doing a variety of helps ministries.
Jim & Joan Hansen
The Hansen’s have been involved in Deaf church planting with Biblical Ministries Worldwide for more than 30 years. They have been serving in Los Angeles at Commission on Compassion, an apartment complex for deaf-blind people. Currently Jim preaches to us through Zoom.
448 Carolina Street
Vallejo, CA 94591
(323) 833-6679 – Text