Rev. Steven L. Martin

Rev. Rosa M. Clark

M. Div.

Rev. Monica A. Teal

M. Div.

Rev. Wilbur Willis III

M. Div.

Min. David Crawford

The Jerusalem Baptist Church is blessed to have five called, gifted and anointed ministers of the Gospel, 
who eagerly assist pastor and people in carrying out the Work of the Kingdom - both in-reach and out-reach.

Rev. Rosa M. Clark is the longest-tenured member of our ministerial staff, having served in ministry here since 1997. Rev. Clark is a graduate of the Howard University School of Divinity. She has distinguished herself as both preacher and teacher in the Jerusalem family and beyond. Hers is an open heart always ready to pray and to praise.

Rev. Steven L. Martin is our newest staff member.  He brings a wealth of ecclesiastical and public sector experience to the Jerusalem Family.   A U.S. Army veteran and a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon University, having earned a Masters Degree in Public Policy & Management, he has also pursued post-graduate theological studies at the Howard University School of Divinity and is currently a D. Min.  candidate at the Ashland Theological Seminary (Cleveland, OH). Rev. Martin enjoys and excels at preaching and teaching the Gospel.

Rev. Monica Teal is a member of the ministerial staff, having come aboard when her husband, Rev. Rodney Teal, became pastor of our Church.  She is a gifted preacher, teacher and counselor.  Rev. Teal is graduate of the Samuel  DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University.  She is the Comptroller of the Baptist World Alliance and is the leader of our Women's Ministry.

Rev. Wilbur Willis III is a member of our ministerial staff.  He is currently serving as Youth Pastor at the Canaan Baptist Church of Washington, DC.  Rev. Willis is a graduate of the Candler School of Theology of Emory University and is pursuing a D. Min. at United Theological Seminary (Dayton, OH).

Min. David Crawford is a life-long member of the Jerusalem Baptist Church.  He is the son of Deacon & Deaconess Frank (Jermaine) Crawford.  Min. Crawford preached his initial sermon in November 1999.