Min. Michael H. Lee Jr.


Rev. Michael H Lee Jr. is a member and an Associate Pastor of Antioch Baptist Church. He has been married for 25 plus years to Deaconess Dr. Tosha Lee. They had the blessed opportunity to parent and raise four children. Rev. Lee was licensed to preach on September 19, 2009 and ordained on December 8, 2013. At Antioch, Rev. Lee has served as God’s Deacon, on the finance ministry, and the Men’s choir. He is currently a youth Sunday school teacher, participates with Chosen 300 ministries and leads Antioch’s Men’s Ministry. Rev. Lee also functions as the Men’s Auxiliary leader for the Suburban Baptist Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

He has obtained his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Lincoln University and a Master’s in Social Work from Widener University. He has three certifications to include Trauma therapy, Biblical Counseling, and Business Design and Management. Currently, Rev. Lee is a PA State licensed Social Worker and functions as a Clinical Director with WES’ (Dr. Warren E Smith) Healthcare System.

Rev. Lee considers it a great joy and privileged opportunity to serve the Lord. He blesses the Lord for the wisdom, knowledge, understanding, and insight he can obtain! He loves and thanks Jesus Christ with his whole heart, mind, soul, and strength! He remains determined to serve on the battlefield for His Lord. He is committed to continue in the service of kingdom building and edifying the body of Christ.

PULPIT Program Testimonial

“Journeying thru this life can be overwhelming as one seeks to accomplish the ongoing tasks of meeting deadlines after deadlines. The feeling of, “I am obligated to do this and/or to do that” equally can weigh upon an individual’s wellness. This includes the mental, emotional, physical, and yes, the spiritual health. Since becoming a student of Missio’s PULPIT program these elements of my life became more apparent and revealing to me. I will admit, it was tough to see that part of myself in itself, but the programs leadership cohorts and retreats have been institutional in bringing it to light!

I recently attended the Spring semester retreat, “Spiritual Formation & Self Care” in June 2021 which was rewarding and enriching for the soul. From the preached word from Dr. Pointer to our last session on Self-care by Dr. Michael Heath the retreat opened me up where I became self-transparent. It allowed me to see the areas where I am hard on myself, and what I lack in self-care. Each presenter was able to illuminate God’s word, which helped me gain an in-depth outlook of Jesus’ intention, especially when it came to rest. Studying out of the Gospels, we witnessed Jesus taking the time to rest prior to going forward to engage in ministry. Jesus is okay with us resting also! When we are able to take a break and rest, then Jesus can and will get the best out of us! He will get the joy out of our lives!  I am grateful for this privileged opportunity to be part of Missio’s PULPIT program, in Jesus Name!”

-Rev. Michael H Lee Jr.