Fredrick D. Culbreth

First Baptist Church - Moore Street

Reverend Fredrick D. Culbreth is a native of Twin City, Ga. He is the son of Rev. Isaac, Jr. and the late Mrs. Christine Culbreth. Reverend Culbreth accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior in 1978 and was baptized at Durden Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Twin City, Georgia, under the leadership of Pastor David Reese.

Rev. Culbreth was licensed and ordained to preach the Gospel from Lewis Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Fayetteville, North Carolina under the direction and guidance of his father in ministry, Pastor Dr. John D. Fuller, Sr.

He currently resides in Fayetteville, North Carolina and is married to the beautiful Tracie S. Culbreth. They are the proud parents of two adult children Meighan S. Bryant (Donovan), and Morghan E. Culbreth and one teenage daughter Madison C. Culbreth. They also have one darling granddaughter Jordan R. Bryant.
Pastor Culbreth received his elementary education through High school in the Emanuel County, Georgia public school system graduating from Emanuel County Institute. Following High school graduation, he enlisted in the U.S. Army. Serving in the U.S Army as a Senior Enlisted Soldier, Pastor Culbreth made the decision to enter the Warrant Officer Corps. He retired from the military in 2012 as a Senior Warrant Officer after 21 years and 9 months of honorable service to his country.

During his military service Rev Culbreth continued his formal education graduating from Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He is also a graduate of the Campbell University Divinity School Buies Creek, North Carolina with a Masters of Divinity Degree. Pastor Culbreth is currently pursuing the Doctorate of Ministry Degree at Campbell University Divinity School in Buies Creek, North Carolina.

Prior to his arrival at First Baptist Missionary Baptist Church in April 2019 Pastor Culbreth served as Pastor of the Second New Light Missionary Baptist Church, St Pauls, North Carolina, for six and a half years. In addition, to his pastoral duties Rev Culbreth serves as President of the Pastors and Ministers Conference of Union Missionary Baptist Association. He is also a 2019 recipient of the Rhythm of Gospel Pastors of Excellence Award.