Rev. Andrew Fulton, Sr. Pastor
Rev. Fulton accepted the call to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ in 1981. In November of that same year, he preached his trial sermon at his home church, Mt. Hope Union American Methodist Episcopal Church, Camden, N.J. He was ordained a Deacon in May of 1983 and given his first assignment as Pastor of St. John U.A.M.E. Church, Riverside, N.J. In May 1985 he was elevated to an Elder in the U.A.M.E. Church. In addition to St. John he has also been the Pastor of: St. Paul UAME Church, Swedesboro, N.J., Mt. Olivet UAME Church, Pennsgrove, N.J. and Historical Chestnut Street UAME Church, Camden, N.J.
Rev. Fulton attended the public school system of Camden, N.J. and is a 1968 graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School. He served in the US Army (Germany) 1969-1971. Additional education: Rutgers University-Camden NJ, Camden Bible Institute-Camden NJ, Boulden Academy and Seminary Inc. -Wilmington DE (Bachelor in Theology) and Cumberland County Technical Education Center (CDL).
In June 2008, he retired from the State of New Jersey-Dept. of Corrections, after 25 years of service, as a Senior Corrections Officer at Riverfront State Prison, Camden, N.J. Rev. Fulton is a sports enthusiast, he loves all sports including: Baseball (Philadelphia Phillies) Basketball (Philadelphia 76ers), Football (Philadelphia Eagles), Hockey (Philadelphia Flyers), bowling & Track.
He is the second of three sons born to South Carolina natives, the late Benjamin and the late Maudess Fulton. He is married to Sis. Kim R. Fulton and is a loving father and grandfather.
At Annual Conference in May 2011, he was blessed with the assignment as Pastor of St. Mark and St. Luke UAME Churches.
His favorite scripture – Romans 12:1-3 His purpose in life – To Glorify Almighty God!!!!!