Brentwood Baptist Deaf Church is a unique congregation specifically designed for the deaf and hard of hearing, along with their families. BBDC meets on campus in the Inman Deaf Chapel, a state of the art facility engineered specifically for the needs of the hearing impaired.
Selected recently by the 700 Club as a Church of the Week, the Brentwood Baptist Deaf Church continues to blaze new trails with its innovative programs, classes, camps, and conferences.
Watch these services, and learn more by visiting their website, BrentwoodDeaf.org.
About Inman Deaf Chapel
On December 7, 2003, we moved into our new Deaf Chapel. The Inman Deaf Chapel can seat 257 people. The building is the first of it kind to our knowledge that was built with the needs of the Deaf in mind. Each seat has a direct sight line to the stage. Each seat is spaced on 30-inch centers as opposed to the 18 inches allowed in the pews of a hearing church.
Each row is rise 13 inches to allow a clear sight line to the stage. The floors have speakers mounted in them so the Deaf can feel the music. The entire room is on a loop system. This allows a Deaf person with a hearing aid to tie into the sound system with the flip of a switch on their hearing aid.
9:00 AM - Coffee/Breakfast
9:30 AM - Bible Study
10:45 AM - Worship
2:30 PM - Discipleship
After School Program (Ages 6-18)
2:30 to 5:45 PM - Tutoring
5:45 to 6:30 PM - Supper
6:30 to 7:30 PM - Bible Study
6:00 PM - Women's Bible Study