SENIOR PASTOR BRANDON BOUTIN
Brandon M. Boutin serves as the Senior Pastor of United Fellowship Full Gospel Baptist Church in New Orleans, LA. He is a young man after God’s own heart who is deeply loved by the people and appointed for such a time as this! Pastor Boutin’s life exemplifies his tireless and strong commitment to the work and service of the Lord; daily reaching all people at every level of society.
Although humble, Pastor Boutin is wise beyond his years. His powerful preaching and expository teaching style has proven to be life-changing, and without a doubt, unapologetic! Additionally, He was a lifelong member of Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church in New Orleans, Louisiana. He began public speaking at the age of 4, received his Ministerial License at 18, and became an Ordained Minister at the age of 26. He has served under the leadership of Bishop Paul S Morton Sr. & Pastor Debra B. Morton for 38 years. Pastor Boutin received his B.A. In Christian Ministry from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in 2005.
Pastor Boutin is also committed to marketplace ministry. Subsequently; his reach extends beyond the four walls of the church. He is a graduate of the Loyola Institute of Politics. He is actively involved in the community and sits on several ministerial and community Boards and committees. He has served as an Organizer/Strategist for the MICAH Project, a spokesperson/community liaison for CrimeStoppers New Orleans, and as a member of the New Orleans Ethics Review Board. Pastor Boutin also actively involved with the Urban League of Greater New Orleans, NOLA For Life Project, AIPAC (American Israeli Public Affairs Committee), NAACP, DEA, GVRSP (Group Violence Reduction Strategy Program), and a host of other projects centered around criminal justice reform. He currently serves as the Faith-Based Coordinator for the City of New Orleans under the direction of Mayor LaToya Cantrell.
Pastor Boutin is married to the love of his life Mrs. Ta’Leitheia K. Boutin and the proud Father of Taliyah & Brandon M. Boutin II.