MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH


Our Pastor

Reverend Dr. Frankie L. Coleman, Sr. is a native of Thibodaux, Louisiana and currently resides in Port Orchard, Washington. He is married to Eileen (Bonds) Coleman and they have two children, Grace (Atlanta, GA) and Frankie Jr. (Port Orchard, WA). He enlisted in the United States Army in 1981 as an Aviation Unit Supply Specialist and in 1985, upon completing his military assignment, he relocated to Bremerton, Washington.



Reverend Coleman received his calling to the ministry under the leadership of Reverend Sam Rachal Jr. of Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church of Bremerton, Washington. While at Mt Zion, he served as Youth Pastor. In 1990, Reverend Coleman founded the Word of Life Fellowship Church of Bremerton, Washington. His continuing spiritual growth and passion for outreach led him to establish the Word of Life Fellowship Church Prison Ministry at the Washington Corrections Center for Women in Gig Harbor, Washington and the Mission to Haiti. He served faithfully as Pastor for 14 years.


In 2005, the Lord called Reverend Coleman to serve as Pastor of Sinclair Missionary Baptist Church. Under his leadership, the Prison Ministry and Mission to Haiti continues and the following ministries began: New Members Class, Sinclair Saints Soup and Sandwich Feeding Ministry, support of Coffee Oasis Feeding of Homeless Teens, Drug and Alcohol Support Group, Health Ministry, and Sinclair’s Annual Church Community Give Away. His passions for outreach led to Mission trips to Haiti in 2012, 2014, and 2015.


In 2002, Reverend Coleman received a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology from Halo Christian University (Tacoma, WA); 2006, a Master’s in Theology, Faith Evangelical College and Seminary (Tacoma, WA); 2014 Doctorate in Humane Letters from Faith Evangelical College and Seminary (Tacoma, WA). Reverend Coleman is the Vice Moderator of the Ebenezer Baptist District Association of Pierce and Kitsap Counties, currently serves as Chairman of the Foreign Mission Board of the North Pacific Baptist Convention, 
and is retired from Kitsap Transit.


Reverend Coleman is a firm believer and teacher of “It’s not about us; it’s about the Kingdom” and "Raising the standard--by our walk, in our witness, and by the Word”. Reverend Coleman loves the Lord and has a strong passion, commitment, and love for the Ministry.