BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF
REVEREND DR. DEWAYNE MOORE
Pastor DeWayne Moore is a native of Denver, Colorado having been educated in the Denver Public School System. He graduated from George Washington High School, class of 89. He is a product of the Macedonia Baptist Church, where he was baptized by the Late Pastor John B. Morris. While growing up in Macedonia he served on the Youth Usher Board, Junior Laymen, Youth Choir and personal assistant to Pastor Morris.
On July 9, 1989, Pastor Moore was licensed into the Gospel Ministry and on June 22, 1997 was ordained into the Gospel Ministry by the authority of the Macedonia Baptist Church.
Pastor Moore has served as youth minister at Ragsdale Baptist Church in Knoxville, Tennessee, and Youth Minister and Senior Associate Minister at Shiloh Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia while attending Virginia Union University. He served as Interim Pastor of the Greater Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Denver for 2 years. He also served as Youth Pastor, Assistant to the Pastor, and Senior Associate Minister of Macedonia Baptist Church of Denver from March 2001 until June of 2012.
In October of 2012, the Lord blessed Pastor Moore to become the founding pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church “where everybody is somebody and Jesus is the main attraction.”
Pastor Moore holds a Masters Degree in Christian Counseling as well as a Doctor of Ministry Degree in Urban Ministry from Aspen Christian College and Seminary of Denver, Colorado. While studying at Aspen, Dr. Moore was honored as the ACCS Class of 2012 Summa Cum Laude. At the 2013 ACCS Aspen Journey Commencement the Reverend Dr. DeWayne Moore, 1st Lady Wynedra Moore and the Ebenezer Baptist Church were honored with the Inaugural ACCS New Ministry Salute Award.
Pastor Moore is the past President of the Baptist Ministers Conference of Metro Denver, Instructor for the Northern District Congress of Christian Education Board, and former President of The New Aspen Christian College and Seminary.
Dr. Moore is dedicated to encouraging others to expand their horizon's in life by furthering their education and is such an inspiration to his congregation and the greater Denver Metro Community as a leader of integrity in such a time as this.
One of Dr. Moore's favorite scriptures is recorded in I Samuel 7:12, Then Samuel took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen, and called its name Ebenezer, saying, "Thus far the Lord has helped us."
He is married to the former Wynedra L. Guidry, and they have three daughters, DeJanae, Desirae, and Destiny.