Regina Moore

Having travelled over 20 countries preaching, teaching, and serving on the
mission field, Rev. Dr. Regina Henderson Moore has served in the local
church, Duke University Chapel, and The United Methodist Church’s
global ministries headquarters in New York City. Currently, she is the
Executive Minister and CEO of the South Carolina Christian Action Council
based in Columbia.


Dr. Moore resides in Camden, South Carolina with her husband, Nick, where she also leads churches and other faith-based organizations in social impact strategies
as owner and principal consultant of Riverside Consulting Group. She is an active member of the Columbia (SC) Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, the Forest Acres Club of Rotary, International, and serves on the Richland School District Two Education Foundation with grants, fundraising, and scholarships. She is also a published writer contributing to the book These Women Can Say It, Too! Volume 2 edited by Martha Simmons. Dr. Moore is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, DC where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in management.

She also earned her master’s and doctorate degrees from Duke Divinity School. She lives by the holy words: To whom much is given, much is required. She enjoys reading autobiographies and preparing holiday meals for her family, neighbors, and friends.

White PPL in the bible?

This was a great read and rediscovery. This article tackles a great debate that has sparked a conversation among Quakers and Christian based religions. How did this image of European decent make its way to the forefront in a land dominated by people of color? Well lets go over to Friends Journal and learn some more.

Exert from article:

“White Christianity has often depicted characters in biblical scenes as pale-skinned. Given the people’s origins and location, this is unlikely. Christianity in its origins was a movement consisting principally of colonized people who suffered under military occupation in the Middle East and Africa. The opening lines of Matthew even give us a family tree that shows Joseph, a many-times grandchild of Abraham and Sarah, as the descendent of migrants from what is now Iraq.”

Link below:

LORI DONATH SPIRITUAL JOURNEY

Please join Columbia Friends for a Second Hour Program on December 27th at 11:30 to hear the spiritual journey of Lori Donath from Columbia Friends Meeting.

Lori Donath participates in various groups within Columbia Friends
Meeting; the rest of the time she mothers two young children, wrangles a wild yarden, and teaches about/studies language, culture, and social
life at the University of South Carolina.

Join us Sunday:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2934909472

Plowshare 7 1st Verdict

After a year of waiting since being convicted after trial in October 2019, two of the seven KBP defendants begin their sentences on Monday, December 14. Carmen Trotta and Martha Hennessy will be reporting to two different Federal Correctional Institutions on December 14 by 2 pm. There is a great risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus in prisons which have four times the rate of the general community.


Carmen, 58, who has provided three decades of hospitality and food at St. Joseph House Catholic Worker in NYC and been a key organizer to shut down Guantanamo and led protests to end the bombing and blockade of Yemen will report to FCI Otisville, NY. Community members will drive him an hour and a half north of NYC to begin his 14 month sentence. He has completed 7 1/2 weeks in pretrial confinement. Combined with good time, he may be released by November or December 2021.

Martha, 65, the granddaughter of Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement, splits her time in Vermont living with her family and grandkids with serving at Maryhouse Catholic Worker
in NYC. She’ll be reporting to FCI Danbury, CT to begin a 10 month sentence. She has also served 7 1/2 weeks pretrial and may be released after 7 or 8 months. Danbury Federal prison gained notoriety from the TV mini-series, Orange is the New Black. Recently deceased plowshares activist Sr. Ardeth Platte was the model for one of the characters from her time there.

For more information down below of who to contact will be listed on the document.

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