Young Street Community Baptist Church


Pastor Marques L. Fletcher  

Pastor  Marques L. Fletcher was born in Atlanta, Georgia, to Mr. & Mrs. Johnnie Fletcher Jr. on a blessed August day in the year of our Lord 1959.

Pastor Fletcher Graduated from Hoke Smith High School in Atlanta, Georgia. He continued his education at Saint Augustine’s College in Raleigh, North Carolina. 

There he received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and a minor in Accounting. He matriculated at Luther Rice Theological Bible College 

and Seminary, in Lithonia, Georgia, where he received his master’s degree in church ministry. He received his Master’s of Divinity degree on May 18, 2007.He is 

currently Moderator of the Atlanta Missionary Baptist Association.

Reverend Fletcher received his call into the Gospel Ministry in 1994 at Mount Zion Second Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. He served faithfully as the Minister 

of Evangelism and Outreach. Reverend Fletcher served as Pastor Leader of C.W.T. (Continuing Witness Training) which teaches people how to share their faith in 

Jesus Christ with others. He serves on the Inner City Evangelism Team. He is a certified teacher of S.A.F.E., (Setting Addicts Free Eternally) and a coordinator of 

W.I. N. School (Witness Involvement Now).

He is actively involved in the community in which he lives. He is a member of the Pendley Hills Association, a member of the Parents Teachers Association of the 

Rowland Elementary School, and member of the PNBC- Progressive National Baptist Convention.

God called  Pastor Fletcher in July of 1999 to the Eastland Heights Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia as a church planter. The Church later became the Young 

Street Community Baptist Church. As  Pastor, he strives to exhibit spiritual leadership and dedication to exalt Jesus Christ in his daily life.

Pastor  Fletcher is married to his college sweetheart, Stephanie Syvonne Fletcher, and the father of one son Elijah M. Fletcher, and guardian of two beautiful girls 

Brianna and April Chappell.

Reverend Fletcher believes that the church is an organism established by God for the purpose of reaching, teaching and equipping people for Christian living and 

service. He says” Giving God the Glory for all Things is my Passion.”