Pastor’s Bio

Pastor Terry D. Streeter

Reverend Terry Daniel Streeter’s lifelong goal is to “Reach the World with the Gospel”.  He is sought after as a preacher, teacher, lecturer, revivalist and retreat leader, rightly dividing the Word of God.  He has preached and taught across the country and in Israel, the Philippines and the United Kingdom. Another goal of Pastor Streeter, as a leader of God’s people, is to lead as many people to Christ as he can and to see them mature as Christians and become productive servants for the Lord. 


He has faithfully pastored the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. since 1989.  Reverend Streeter has a special bond and love for all his members, especially seniors of his church and has a passion to see men take their rightful place as stronger leaders, in their homes, churches and communities.



Reverend Streeter is a Contributor to the book, “Say It!” (Moody Press), where he wrote an article on “The Ministry of Vision” an example of expository preaching from an Old Testament prophetic book.


Reverend Streeter is actively involved in many local religious and civic bodies including the Missionary Baptist Minister’s Conference and the former Chairman of Evangelism for the Baptist Convention of D.C. and Vicinity. Pastor Streeter currently serves as President of the Baptist Educational Congress of D.C. and Vicinity and was its former Dean. He was the former Moderator of the Mount Bethel Baptist Association and is the current President of the Rhode Island Avenue – North Capital Street Ecumenical Council.


On the national level, he is a member of the Progressive National Baptist Convention (PNBC) and has served as its Chairman of the Board of Christian Education and Publication, Vice-President at Large of the Congress of Christian Education, and is currently the Vice Chairman of the Evangelism Board. 


Reverend Streeter is greatly encouraged by the words of the Apostle Paul as recorded in Philippians 3:13, 14, “Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended; but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Jesus Christ.”



Rev. Streeter is married to the former Sherl L. Johnson.  They have four children.