A Norristown Pennsylvania native, Pastor William Lee Carter was born at Montgomery hospital on August 26th, 1959. Pastor Carter graduated High School at Norristown High in 1977 then went into the United States army immediately after. He served in the Army from 1977-1980, and after 3 years in the Army he was released with an Honorable Discharge and received several awards.
Pastor Carter accepted Jesus as his Savior in 1980 and was saved with assurance. He was Licensed and Ordained in 1989 through Goodwill Baptist Church, under Pastor John Henry Thompson, and Minister Ronald Thompson.
He acquired an Associate Degree in Biblical Studies through Anderson Baptist Seminary in May 2003.
Pastor Carter served in several capacities. From 1982-1989 he was an Usher, Treasurer, Deacon, Sunday School Teacher, and Assistant Pastor at Goodwill Baptist Church. He then moved on to First Baptist Church and became an Usher, Treasurer, Deacon and Sunday School teacher from 1989-1990. In 1990 Pastor Carter became involved in Central Baptist Church and became an Usher, Treasurer, Deacon, Sunday School teacher, and Youth director/Pastor until 1994. Moving forward Pastor Carter became a part of Landmark Baptist Church working as an Usher, Treasurer, Youth director/ Pastor, and Bus driver from 1994-1996. In 1996 Pastor Carter decided to start a church of his own which was EastEnd Baptist Church (EastEnd Baptist Ministries incorporated) where he was the Pastor. Four years later in year 2000 EastEnd Baptist Church merged with Norristown Baptist Church where Pastor Carter is now the Treasurer, Assistant Pastor, and a Sunday School Teacher.
Pastor Carter is married to Darlene (Griffin) Carter, formerly of Blackhorse Pa. and they have 5 Children, and 12 grandchildren.
In Pastor Carter's spare time he has been very involved with the community. He has been a PIAA Referee in basketball from 1990-1991, and has also been a football referee since 2005. He's been a PAL Board member and volunteer for several years.
Pastor Carter's hobbies includes watching cartoons, bike riding, exercising, playing cards and board games and shooting pool with friends and brethren.
Pastor Carter's aspirations include not only seeing the Great Commission in Norristown and all over, but to have a Christian recreational facility and or a Christian business in town to benefit Christians and honor the Lord.
His life verses: Matthew 6:33, Galatians 1:10, 4:16, 5:16-17, Hebrews 2:1 & Revelations 4:11