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Rev. Montreal D. Martin

Lead Pastor | [email protected]

Pastor Montreal D. Martin is a native of Racine, WI. The Challenges and hardships he faced as an adolescent causes his heart to break for the oppressed, those who are considered to be the “least” and to individuals who are “left out” and pushed to the margins of society. He is a firm believer that the community is his congregation.

Pastor Martin was given the opportunity to further his education by completing his undergraduate degree from the American Baptist College in Nashville, TN; where he earned a dual Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biblical Studies and Sociology with a minor in Christian Education.

He later matriculated at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. While there, he was elected as President of ABS (Association of Black Seminarians) and served two consecutive terms on Student Council. Through the partnership of a local non-profit, he organized on-campus hot meals to seminary students on Fridays due to the refectory being closed. Further, while attending seminary, Pastor Martin served as Associate Pastor of Community Outreach and Engagement at Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church of the Baltimore-Washington Conference. Reverend Montreal earned his Master of Arts Degree with a specialization in Pastoral Care and Counseling. Pastor Martin served as Pastor of Outreach at St. Luke "Community" United Methododist Church, Dallas, TX; 2018-2019.

Pastor Martin has completed a total of 7 CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education) Units; 1 Unit at UT Southwestern (Dallas, TX), 4 Units at Texas Health Resources, Harris Methodist (Fort Worth, TX), and 2 Units at Methodist Health System (Dallas, TX). He is a candidate for becoming a Board Certified Chaplain. He currently serves as a Level 1 Trauma Staff Chaplain at Charlton Methodist Medical Center and John Peter Smith Hospital (Fort Worth, TX).

Pastor Martin was appointed to Wheatland United Methodist Church, February 2019 as its first Black male Senior Pastor.

He is the proud father to a son, Brennan Martin. 

Minister Wallace E. Wyatt, III 

Preaching Intern (SMU)

Minister Wallace E. Wyatt, III is the first born to Wallace Wyatt Jr. and Palarcus Standley of Orlando, FL. 

His early childhood was spent living and growing up with his father’s family where he learned the importance of God, Family, and Education. 

After graduating with an honors diploma from Jones High School (Orange County, FL.), he started his collegiate career at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL. While there, he studied Business Education 6-12, and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, and minors in Business Administration and Public Administration. Upon which, he began his Graduate Studies at the Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. 

Since 2015, he has served under the leadership of Bishop Quan Miller and Dr. Patricia Miller at Christ Dominion Church Orlando. 

Through his speaking engagements, work with After-School AllStars, and being a published author, Wallace believes he has been called by God to provide a safe, loving, and encouraging environment that promotes positive change, and inspires people to live in their God given purpose!

Patsy Stephens

Administrative Assistant to Senior Pastor/Office Manager

Church Administration

WE LOVE TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY  WITH A SMILE AND A CHRIST LIKE HEART!

Mark Berry

Board Chair


Brenda LaGard

SPRC Chairwoman

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Beverly Martinez

Finance Chairwoman

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Kathy Priester

Treasurer

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Lauren Auntunez

Board Recording Secretary

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Brenden Moore

Alt. Lay Member to Annual Conference

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Cathie Green

Lay Leader

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Janet Cavender

Trustee Chairwoman

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Alberta Jackson

At-Large Member

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Chester McGee

At-Large Member

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At-Large Member

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