Egypt Chapel Baptist Church
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Training To Touch The World And Impact Eternity

About Us



Little Egypt was at the intersection of the Northwest Highway and Abrams Road, near White Rock Lake within the city limits of Dallas in Dallas County. The community began after the Civil War, when the site was deeded to former slaves Jeff and Hanna Hill, when they were freed by their master in 1865. By 1880 they had built the Little Egypt Baptist Church, and the community became known as Little Egypt because the residents were delivered from bondage, as in the biblical story. Though Little Egypt was officially within the Dallas city limits, it remained a distinct community until 1962, when developers bought the thirty to thirty-five acre tract, which was across the street from Northlake Shopping Center, for retail development. This purchase followed a November 1961 rezoning of the area for retail use. At this time community residents were served by dirt streets and lacked running water, electricity, gas, and indoor plumbing. Of the twenty-eight families who owned land in the community, two-thirds wished to find new homes close to one another. Since the houses in Little Egypt were dilapidated and some residents feared the buildings would be condemned, they were in favor of selling the land. In May 1962 the 200 residents of Little Egypt moved to their new homes, led by community patriarch William Hill, who was eighty-nine at the time. The families were given enough money to buy new houses and most of them settled either in Oak Cliff or in Rockwall County. In the 1980s a controversy arose, in which the former residents of Little Egypt were portrayed as being taken advantage of for the commercial gains of white developers.

 As of  January 01, 2008 construction of the new building is complete.  Members are excited about what the Lord has done.  Hence, we will have a chance to do a greater work for the Lord. "To God be the Glory" for all of the good things He has done. Stay tuned; the fulfillment of an even greater vision is on it's way.



Our vision is to build under the leadership and authority of Christ a church sensitive to the needs of the community, accepting and positive in its attitude and relevant in its ministry, with the sole purpose of winning and  making disciples of the unchurched in Oakcliff and the surrounding areas.


" To touch the world and impact eternity"