Bishop J.E. Moore
Pentecostal Churches of the Apostolic Faith
1939 ~ Present
Bishop J.E. Moore was born in Galena, Kansas, May 24, 1939. He attended the Galena Grade School and High School, graduating May 23, 1957. While in school he played the trumpet in the sc hool band, sand solos at many school and city functions. He was in track and field, lettering all four years in high and low hurdles, and long jumps. He also lettered in footbal and boxed in the Golden Gloves.
After high school Bishop Moore moved to Joliet, Illinois, enlisting in the United States Marine Corps February 1958. While in the Marines he played in the Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps, and served with the Military Police. He graduated from their Field Music School and he was honorable discharged February 26, 1961.
In April 1961 he became a member of the Apostolic Faith attending Church at 800 Princeton St. Lockport, Illinois. February 17, 1962 he was united in Holy Matrimony to Tecola Williams and to this union five children were born.
Bishop Moore has served the Christ Temple Church of 212 Richards Street, since its inception in November 1965. He has served on the Board of Big Brothers and is presently serving on the Central YMCA Board. He has served the Pentecostal Churches of the Apostolic Faith as Convention manager, managing the Annual and Biannual meetings of the P.C.A.F. He is a professor and Treasurer at Midwest Apostolic Bible College of the College in Chicago, Illinois. Bishop Moore is dedicated to serving people. Bishop Moore presently serves the P.C.A.F. as Assistant Presiding Prelate.