Learn about Pleasant Street Seventh-day Adventist Church

We come together with grateful hearts to worship and glorify God. So expect to join us as we lift our voices through song and prayer in passionate worship to our Heavenly Father, Creator, Savior, and Friend.

We come together to be refreshed by God's presence, encouraged by His promises, and transformed by His truth. So expect to encounter God with us.

We come together to encourage one another. So expect to see people caring for each other through intercessory prayer, words of encouragement, and warm, friendly, and hospitable fellowship.

We are a community of people striving together to discover God's purpose and plan for our lives, and believing that He rewards those who seek Him. This is Pleasant Street Seventh-day Adventist Church!

     Our Pastor - Ernan A. Norman


Ernan Norman, D. Div., has been the pastor of the Pleasant Street Seventh-day Adventist Church since 2014. Pastor Norman and his wife, Velvia have been married for over 40 years and have three children as well as grandchildren.

He has served as a minister of the gospel for more than 30 years in both the Inter-American and North American divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church with a passion for evangelism, discipling, and nurturing those under his care. He served as a pastor within He received his masters and doctorate degrees from the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan,

Pastor Norman has also had the opportunity to publish several books on the topics of Evangelism and Christian Living. His books include: A Strategy For Reaching Secular People: The Intentional Church in a Post-Modern World; Jesus Only: Rediscovering the Passion for Primitive Godliness; and God's Magnificent Eight: 8 Essential Non-negotiable Pillars of the Faith Centered in Christ.








Our Vision

Pleasant Street Seventh-day Adventist Church will be a praying, spirit-filled church, where every member is motivated to:      

  • Love God and our fellow man,  
  • Train the members for excellence in ministry, and                                                                                                                                 
  • Use our spiritual gifts to serve.


Our Fundamental Beliefs