Delhi Bible Fellowship began as a house church in 1968. TEAM missionary Murray Carter desired to plant a Bible believing church in South Delhi which could be a potential home church for the people living in the area and also be a unifying influence for a number of evangelical organisations operating without strong local church support. DBF's first English service was held in Pastor Carter's living room in Nizamuddin, on the second Sunday of December, 1968. Under God's grace and direction, Delhi Bible Fellowship grew and planted other churches so that there are currently 17 DBF congregations/worship services across Delhi and NCR.
The South Delhi Congregation began in 1972, meeting at Vikram Hotel for over 20 years before moving to Sat Paul Mittal Auditorium in 2003. Under God's grace and through the preaching of His gospel, the church outgrew its meeting space and in August 2012, SDC started a second service to make room for its growing numbers. SDC continues to meet for its two English services at Sat Paul Mittal Auditorium every Sunday at 9 am and 11 am.