Meet Our Pastor

Reverend Greg Moore

I was born on November 11, 1960 to Leland S. Moore, Jr. & Margaret Holmes Moore in Valdosta, Georgia.  I am the oldest of four children.  I have two sisters, one brother, three nieces and two nephews.  My father is still living but my mother passed away while I was in college.  From 1962 to 1967 we lived in Gainesville, Georgia where my father was a controller for a construction company and my mother stayed at home with my sister and myself.  My family moved back to Valdosta in 1967 and my father still lives in the same house where we all grew up.

I am 1979 graduate of Valdosta High School and a 1983 graduate of Valdosta State University where I received a BBA in accounting.   I moved to Atlanta in October of 1983 and have remained here ever since with the exception of a few years in South Florida and West Virginia.  In 1985 I became a CPA and I have practiced as a CPA in public accounting.

I began hearing God’s call in my life many years ago and was blessed to have worked with many organizations inside and outside the church in a “ministerial” capacity.  I have worked with Head Start, The American Red Cross, The American Diabetes Association, The American Cancer Society, The American Heart Association, Youth Work Camps, Senior Citizen Boards, some Humane Societies and other non-profit groups including serving on several boards of directors as chairs.  I was elected as a “Community Hero” and was a torchbearer in the 1996 Summer Olympics.  

My growth in “ministry” continued and in 1999 I entered seminary at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA.  I worked during seminary as a CPA and graduated from Columbia Theological Seminary in May 2004.  During seminary I remained active in my home church serving on several committees.  At Columbia Theological Seminary I was a member of student government and served as the Off-Campus Representative and Inter-Seminary Relations Chair.  

 I was ordained as a Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church, USA on March 28, 2004 at Decatur Presbyterian Church in Decatur, Georgia on behalf of the West Virginia Presbytery.  I was a solo pastor at Marlinton Presbyterian Church in Marlinton, West Virginia from April 2004 to August 2006.  I left West Virginia in August 2006 to move back home in Atlanta.  After moving back to Atlanta, I began practicing as a full-time CPA again and continued my ministry on a part-time basis. I am a self-employed CPA and Minister of Word and Sacrament with the Presbyterian Church, USA.

At Trinity Presbyterian Church, our members are excited about our future. We are excited about our call and our mission. The Holy Spirit is at work among us. Come join us in God’s work!

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