Unity Missionary Baptist Church
Pastor Michael Fullard was born in Lee County where he attended the public school and is a graduate of Mt. Pleasant High School. Pastor Fullard received his pastoral education at Morris College in Sumter, South Carolina, an Associates of Theology Degree from Beacon University/Christian Life School of Theology, and was ordained by the Wateree Baptist Association Lower Division.
Pastor Fullard accepted his call into ministry December 1993. After accepting his call, he served as the Associate Minister of Church of God by Faith in Florence and Lynchburg, South Carolina; Pastor of Mt. Tema Holiness Church in Darlington, South Carolina; and Pastor of King Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church in Lynchburg, South Carolina. He was the founder of Faith Missionary Baptist Church, Mayesville, South Carolina where he also served as Pastor.
On January 8, 2012, the Lord blessed Pastor Fullard for his hard work and dedication to His calling. He accepted the charge as Pastor of the Unity Missionary Baptist Church of Hopkins, South Carolina. The Lord has blessed and touched many lives as he uses Pastor Fullard to minister to His people.
Pastor Fullard is a retired Master Sergeant of the 108th Army Reserve Unit at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He currently serves a Notary Public; he is a member of the Wateree Upper Division Executive Board; and a member of the Correctional Peace Officer Foundation. Pastor Fullard is a Captain with the S.C. Department of Corrections; a member of the River Rock Masonic Lodge #60; and a former member of the Wateree Baptist Association Lower Division Executive Board.
Pastor Fullard is married to Gloria Fullard of Columbia, South Carolina. They have one son, Sean Michael; two daughters, Melonnie Catrice and Alaina Michelle; and one granddaughter, Tikerriah.
Pastor Michael Fullard is a man of God called by God, a firm believer of God's word to include his faith scripture: Philippians 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ Jesus which strengthens me."