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Serve the Lord by Engaging in Various Ministries

Bringing Forth Progress Through Various Ministries

Progressive Missionary Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas has many vocations to help the various members of our congregation. From the adults who are looking to hone their skills and talents to the youth who need guidance as they grow up, we have many programs that can help. 


Adult and Family Ministries

• Deacon or Deaconess Ministry • Usher Ministry • Music Ministry • Praise and Worship

• Men’s Ministry • Seniors With a Testimony (S.W.A.T.) Ministry • Golden Girl’s Ministry

• Women of Worship Ministry

Meet Our Staff

Youth Ministries

• Usher Ministry • Praise and Dance Ministry • Mime Ministry

Reverend William E. Wyatt, Sr., Pastor

Reverend William E. Wyatt, Sr. was born on April 25, 1959. He is the son of Mrs. Pearlie Wyatt and the late Sandy Wyatt Sr. The reverend was raised in a home where the Gospel was ministered and heeded. His father in Christ, the late Dr. W.E. Spears was a major influence in his life. Dr. Spears started William on his spiritual journey in 1968. Under the doctor’s tutelage, William accepted Christ as his personal Savior and heeded the call to the ministry at the age of nine. William followed that action as an ordained and anointed minister of the Gospel. He was called by God to deliver those that are held captive by circumstances. Aside from being the pastor of our church, William is a musician and vocalist. Being fully persuaded of his call in Christ Jesus, he delivers the word of God through preaching, teaching, and singing. Dr. Spears handed the torch to Reverend Wyatt in November 1999 with the approval of the entire congregation. Pastor Wyatt’s plight has been slow but sure. His vision for the Progressive Missionary Baptist Church is focused on the generations to come. “It will establish their ways, strengthen their resolve, and produce disciples of Jesus, the Christ.” Pastor Wyatt partnered with World Vision (TNN) and Voices of Hope to provide spiritual sustenance for the low-income and indigent West Dallas community, in which he faithfully serves. He stands firm and never waivers or compromises when declaring the word of God in these times. William is a graduate of W.T. White High School of Dallas, Texas. He attended the University of North Texas (formerly North Texas State University) before beginning his career at Vought Corporation. There, he worked for 35 years before retiring in 2013. Pastor Wyatt is married to his high school sweetheart, the former Antionette Mitchell, for 35 years. They are the proud parents of two adult children, William Jr. and Christina. They are the grandparents of an adorable grandson, Amari.

Sister Antionette “Annette” Wyatt, First Lady

Mrs. Ationette “Annette” Wyatt, a native of Dallas, Texas, was born to parents Walter and the late Willie Lee Mitchell. Mrs. Wyatt is married to her high school sweetheart, Reverend William E. Wyatt, Sr., the pastor of the Progressive Missionary Baptist Church since 1980. She is a woman of God. Furthermore, she is also an inspirational teacher and motivational speaker. Mrs. Wyatt expertly organizes, facilitates, and lectures at workshops, seminars, and conferences. She is often invited to speak on issues relating to marriage, parenting, and women in leadership. Her servitude and virtue blend well to exemplify the character of a Pastor’s wife. Mrs. Wyatt considers her life a wonderful blessing from God. She is one who accepts the precious privilege and awesome responsibility of seizing every opportunity to speak about the love of Jesus Christ and His awesome Word. Mrs. Wyatt accepted Christ into her life at the age of 15. She attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. In her personal life, she is the proud mother of two adult children, William Jr. and Christina. She has one grandson, Amari. Mrs. Wyatt is excited about Jesus Christ. She has learned through God’s Word how to receive His love, love herself in a balanced way, and let God’s love flow through her to others.

Reverend Steve Wyatt, Sr.

Reverend Steve L. Wyatt, Sr. is a native of Dallas, Texas. He was born to Sandy Wyatt, Sr. and Pearlie Wyatt. The second oldest of seven children, Steve was raised in the fear of the Lord at the Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. He accepted Christ and was baptized at an early age by the late Revered W.E. Spears. After attending the Dallas Independent School District as a young man, he enlisted in the United States Army. He served for 11 years, including tours on two foreign continents. Steve is the faithful husband of Mrs. Sharon Wyatt for more than 35 years. To this union, two sons and nine grandchildren were born. Reverend Steve began preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ in 2003. On July 28, 2013, his wife, family, church family, and friends rejoiced at his ordination ceremony. He currently serves as Associate Minister at the Progressive Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor William E. Wyatt, Sr.

Sis. Sharon Wyatt, Deaconess

Sister Sharon Wyatt is the eldest child and only daughter of Reverend John Rhodes and Ms. Vernell Attaway. She grew up in Dallas, Texas where she received her education in the Dallas Independent School District. Sharon is a 1975 graduate of South Oak Cliff High School. She accepted Christ at an early age while attending New Waverly Baptist Church. Sharon is the devoted wife of Reverend Steve Wyatt, Sr. To their union of more than 35 years, two sons and nine grandchildren were born. Sharon’s passions include cooking and singing. She can often be found singing in the choir at Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, where she has been a faithful member for more than 35 years. Sharon is friendly and compassionate, lending a helping hand whenever possible. She loves God with all her heart, soul, and mind.

Support Staff 


Standing: Charlene Blaylock, Sharon Guillory, Alisha Bortey, Antionette Wyatt, Cynthia Davis, Sharon Wyatt Seated: Mary Roberson, Henrietta Terrell, Ruth Witherspoon, Ida Cheatham



(in order left to right)

Michael Williams, Adrian McCoy, Joseph Guillory, James Cheatham, Kenneth Scott, Nosa Amadasun



Mark Clofer, Michael Williams

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