: March 25, 1960, Mount Vernon, New YorkMarried
: Mrs. Devieta MooreChildren
: Three Children
Bishop Moore began his college education at Livingstone College in Psychology and ended as a graduate of Purchase College, State University of New York with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology. Theological studies at Yale University Divinity School. M.Div. United Theological Seminary. He received an honorary Doctorate from Livingstone College in Salisbury, North Carolina.
Pastoral assignments for Bishop Moore have included Clarksville and Morning Star AME Zion Churches, Monroe, NC, Mt. Olivet AME Zion Church, Greensboro, NC and Jones Tabernacle AME Zion Church, Indianapolis, IN. While in Greensboro, he served on the Commission for the Greensboro Coliseum and the County Commission on Children and Youth. In Indianapolis, Bishop Moore served two terms as President of the Board of Directors for the Greater Indianapolis Church Federation and was the Presiding Elder of the Indianapolis District for the AME Zion Church.
Bishop Moore was elevated to the episcopacy from Greater Centennial A.M.E. Zion Church as the 99th bishop in succession.
Bishop Moore's service to the A.M.E. Zion Church has included Vice Chairman of the Harriet Tubman Board, Treasurer of the New York Conference, Chairman of the New York Conference Board of Trustees, Presiding Elder of the Bahama Islands- Nassau District, Chairman of the Budget Committee during the 2008 General Conference, Member of the Executive Committee of the Connectional Budget Board, Founding Chairman of YACM. He’s a member of the Executive Committee of the World Methodist Council and is a member of the Board of Trustees for Livingstone College.
Bishop Moore served an unprecedented two consecutive terms as President of the Mount Vernon Board of Education. Currently he serves as President of the United Black Clergy of Westchester, the Founding Chairperson for Save Our Seed Ministries, and a former member of the Westchester County African American Advisory Board. He is also President of the Greater Centennial Community Development Corporation and Greater Centennial Homes where he led in the construction of the James Varick Homes for 1st time homebuyers and a $12 million substantial renovation of Greater Centennial Homes.