Triumph Baptist Church founded on March 5, 2000 by the Rev. Pastor Delivest Docilait and his family.


The Triumph Baptist Church is committed to the cause of Jesus Christ in the proclamation of salvation, the edification of the believers, and the service of the neighbor.It fulfills this task, in submission to the word of God, according to the power of the Holy Spirit, to the glory of God.


The Triumph Baptist Church is striving to reunite the scattered children of God (John 11:52) the convetates who have received in their lives the salvation of God to make disciples of them, baptize them and teach them to observe all that I (Matt. 28: 19-20) In order to accomplish this sacrosanct task, she encourages her faithful and her members to persevere in the teaching of apostles, in fraternal communion, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers (Acts 2:42).

The church has the responsibility to accompany them so that they can grow in the knowledge of our Savior (2 Peter 1: 8), and may Christ be firm in them (Gal 4: 19).

We will do everything to prepare the people of God to fulfill the task of Christian service, according to the diversity of gifts received, to advance the body of Christ (Eph 4: 12).



We believe that the Bible is the complete word of God; that the sixty-six (66) books, as originally written, including the Old and New Testaments, were verbally inspired by the Spirit of God and are entirely free from error; that the Bible is the ultimate authority in all matters of faith and practice and the true basis of Christian unity.

2 Samuel 23; Proverbs 30: 5,6; Psalms 199.11; Luke 16.29-32; John 10.35; 12.47,48; Acts 1.16; 3.21; Romans 3.1,2; 2 Timothy 3.16 17; 2 Peter 1:21; Revelation 22.18.

We believe in a God, creator of all things, holy, sovereign, Eternal, existing in three equal persons: the Father, the son and the Holy Spirit.

Exodus 15:11; Psalm 83:18; 147. 5; Esaie 41.4; Matt 28:19; Mark 12.30; 2 Corinthians 13.14; 1 John 4.24; Revelation 4.11.

We believe in the absolute divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ in his very being; to his eternal existence with the father in glory before his incarnation; at his miraculous birth of a virgin; to his life without sin; his ascension; to his ministry of Mediator and his personal return. John 1: 1-5; 17.5; Romans 9.5; Ephesians 1:30, 33; Philippians 2.5-11; Revelation 5: 9-14; 19.11-16.

we believe that the Holy Spirit is an absolutely divine person in his very being, and that he convicts of sin, justice and judgment; that he regenerate, sanctify, illuminate and comfort those who believe in Jesus Christ.

John 15:26; 16.7-14; Acts 2: 1-4; Romans 8.9, 15, 26,27; 1 Corinthians 13: 3-11; 2 Corinthians 3 .17; Ephesians 2.18.

We believe that Satan exists as a bad personality; that he is the origin of the sin; that he is the supreme enemy of God and of man.

Genesis 3.1-6; Mark 1.13; 1 Peter 5.8; Revelation 20: 1-3, 7-10.

We certify that Satan and his demons are the perpetrators of the current mormal degradation of the world at risk. It is he and his demons who carry all the state governments of the world to accept the marriage between man with man, woman with woman, father with his mother daughter with his son, between a person and a beast.

We believe that man was divinely created in the image of God; that he has sinned, thus becoming guilty before God, hence his tatal depravation by which he incurs physical and spiritual death. Genesis 1.27; 3. 6-24; Isaiah 53.6; Romans 1.32; 2.1-16; 5.12.19; Galatians 3.10; Ephesians 2: 1-3.

We believe that salvation comes from the grace of God; that by the decree of the Father, Christ voluntarily suffered a bloody, atoning and propitiatory death in our place; that justification is for all who believe in all the sufficient sacrtice and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ; that all who are born of the Spirit of God will be divinely guarded and finally perfected in the image of the Lord.

Isaiah 53.4,5; 55.1; Mark 1:15; John 3.16, 8.31; Acts 13.39; Romans 5.1,9; 9,10; 2 Corinthians 5:17; Ephesians 2 8; Philippians 1.6; 2.12; Thessalonians 4.3-7; Hebrews 7.25.

We believe in the life of sanctification, the separation from the world and the practice of good work, not to obtain salvation, but as a consequence and fruit of salvation already received by faith in Jesus Christ (II Corinthians 7.1 6. 17, I Thessalonians 4: 3-7, Ephesians 2: 10).

We believe in the personal, corporal and glorious return of the Lord Jesus Christ; in the resurrection of the just and the unjust; in the eternal felicity of the redeemed, in judgment and in the conscious and eternal punishment of the wicked.

Matthew 13:49; 25.31 -46; Acts 1.11; 3.21, 24.25; 1 Thessalonians 4: 13-18; 5.11; Heubrex 9.28; 1 Peter 4.7; Revelation 1,7; 22.11.

We also testify that Satan and his demons with all the unconverted will be judged and thrown into the lake of fire and of suffering for the time and the tarnished.Apocalypse 20: 10; Revelation 20: 11-15, Daniel 12: 2.

We believe that the local church is the assembly of immersed believers, called out of the world, apart from the Lord Jesus, voluntarily associated with the ministry of the word, the mutual edification of its members, the propagation of faith and the celebration of symbols. We believe that it is a sovereign body, indepandant, emphasizing the own gifts, precepts and privileges that have been divinely accorded to it, according to the word of God, under the Lordship of Christ, the great head of the Church.

We believe that his responsible servants are Pastors and Deacons.

Matt 18.15-20; 28.20; Acts 2: 41; 42.47; 5.11; 8.1. 1 Corinthians 1.1-13; 4.17; 5.12,13.

We believe that there are only two symbols for the church regularly observed in the New Testament in the following order:

1): The Baptism

Who is the believer’s immersion in water, by which he obeys the command of Christ and demonstrates his identification with Christ in his death, burial, and resurrection.

2): The Lord’s Supper, which is the commemoration by which the believer has his share in the two elements, the bread and the vain, which symbolize the body and the shed blood of the Lord, proclaiming his death until he comes .

Matthew 26.26-29; 28.19; Mark 14: 2-25; Luke 12.14-20; Acts 2.41, 42. Romans 6.4; 1 Corinthians 11:26; Galatians 3.27,28. Colossians 2,12; 1 Peter 3.20.

We believe that God instituted marriage in the Garden of Eden with a man (Adam) and a woman (Eve). We declare that all other contrary tendencies to the Holy Scriptures are anathematized, We commit ourselves to denounce any ideology tending toward “Marriage for all.” Genesis 2: 21-24, Mattieu19: 5, Mark 10: 7-8, 1 Corinth 6: 16, Ephe 5:31 Song of Songs 6: 1.9.