Racial Healing Pt. 4 | Episode 114
Pastor Anthony Moore and Pastor Kendick Curry are back to continue discussing a path forward towards racial healing.
Pastor Anthony E. Moore is the Senior Pastor of Carolina Missionary Baptist Church. Pastor Moore has served Carolina Missionary Baptist Church since 1987 and has been proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ for over thirty years. He is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and his lovely wife, First Lady, Cynthia A. Moore a native of Dallas, Texas. Pastor and First Lady Moore are the proud parents of three children, Sharnessa, Jamal, Joshua and three beautiful grandchildren; Jaylin, Jeniya and Lyric.
Carolina Church is a Bible-Based and Purpose Driven Ministry. The Carolina Ministry seeks to meet the needs of ordinary people in a holistic way. Pastor Moore believes that people have to be met at their level of need.
Reverend Dr. Kendrick E. Curry has led the Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist Church (PABC) in Washington, DC as pastor for 16 years. He earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Prairie View A&M University and an M.S., and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan.
He also earned a Master of Divinity from Virginia Union University, and Certificate in Preaching and Worship from Northern Theological Seminary. Rev. Curry has a passion to transform the challenged Southeast Washington community through the love of Jesus Christ. As such, he has partnered with MBI Health Services to deliver a mental-health day treatment program at PABC.
Additionally, he serves on various boards and councils including the Board of Directors of the DC Water and Sewer Authority, AARP DC (President), Board of Education Forward DC (Chair), and the Howard University Community Advisory Board for Opioid Addiction. Furthermore, he is also a co-host of the upcoming “Just