Rev. Quincy D. Fielding, Jr. was born January 22 in East St. Louis, Illinois.

He completed his lower-level education and graduated in 1975 from Horton Watkins High School in Ladue, Missouri.  Rev. Fielding attended Anderson University in, Anderson, Indiana and Fuller Theological Seminary of Pasadena, CA.  Dr. Fielding received his BA, MA, and PhD in Theology from Abundant Faith Catholic Theological Seminary in El Paso, Texas.  He continues to educate himself through life experiences. 

            In November of 1976, Rev. Quincy D. Fielding Jr., accepted his call to the ministry.  He preached his first sermon entitled, “There Is Somebody in Prison”, on the third Sunday of February at the Market Avenue Church of God, pastored by the Rev.  Timothy McNeese in 1977.  He was licensed to preach in the National Association of the Church of God by the State Board of Illinois.  In 1981, he moved from St. Louis, MO to the great city of Los Angeles, CA.  He was licensed in the Gospel Ministry by the Rev. Dr. Melvin Von Wade Sr, of the Mt Moriah Baptist Church of Los Angeles, CA.  and ordained to preach the gospel in 1983.

Rev. Melvin Wade, Sr

Rev. Quincy D. Fielding Jr. is a renowned songwriter, producer, choral director, teacher and an accomplished musician. 

He has written for many recording artists such as The Rev. James Cleveland (his God Father, ), Rev. Daryl Coley, Tramaine Hawkins, Walter Hawkins, Melba Moore, Dr. Charles Fold, Dr. Charles Hayes and the Cosmopolitan House of Prayer Church Choir, Minister Ricky Dillard and the New Generation Singers, The Los Angeles Gospel Messengers, Southern California Community Choir, Minister Donald Taylor, the L.A. Mass Choir and many others.

He has received many awards for his accomplishments from the National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses, Gospel Music Workshop of America and SESAC Publication.  Rev. Fielding has won a GRAMMY Music Award for the song “What Shall I Do” with Tramaine Hawkins and Rev. James Cleveland, DOVE Award Nominee from the Gospel Music Association, Stellar Awards, The Southern Christian Leadership Conference, The N.A.A.C.P. and many others.

Rev. Fielding was the former pastor of the Cornerstone Institutional Baptist Church of Los Angeles, CA founded by the late Rev. James Cleveland.  He organized the Shiloh Full Gospel Baptist Church of Los Angeles, CA in September 1997, and later became the Pastor of the Right Way Missionary Baptist Church of Washington, D.C.  In October of 2009, he returned back to Los Angeles, CA to continue the work of the Kingdom of God.  He was on staff as the Associate Pastor and Minister at New Revelation Missionary Baptist Church of Pasadena, CA. under the leadership of Rev. Dr. William Turner, Jr. and now presently Pastor at Shiloh Full Gospel Baptist Church of Los Angeles, CA.

As a son of a minister and musician and active in church most of his life, Rev. Quincy D. Fielding Jr., understands the duties of full-time ministry and has found it to be a rewarding experience.  His vision encompasses winning souls to Christ and outreach programs to the community at large.

Rev. Fielding has conducted numerous revivals, workshops, and preached at conferences and conventions all over the country, in Europe and South America, but his first love is the prosperity and strengthening of the local church.

Grace is a new LA community choir under the direction and vision of Rev. Quincy Fielding Jr., formed in September 2021with singers from Los Angeles, California, and the surrounding areas.  The choir presented its inaugural mini concert on December 26, 2021 at Greater Bethel Cathedral under the leadership of Bishop Arron Martin, former recording artist with Savoy Records.

Bishop Arron Martin and Lady Andrea Martin

Grace is under the umbrella of the Shiloh Full Gospel Church to reach out to the community to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ and evangelize for souls.   

Lady Wanda J. Wilson-Fielding and Rev. Quincy D. Fielding, Jr.

Rev. Quincy Fielding Jr. is married to Wanda J. Wilson Fielding, and they are the proud parents of two adult sons.