The Death of the Very Rev. Dr. Peter Moore
A Message from the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina:
Please keep the family and loved ones of the Very Rev. Dr. Peter Moore, Director of the Anglican Leadership Institute, in your prayers. Peter died on the Eve of Pentecost, May 30, following a battle with cancer. Details for a service have not yet been announced.
The following is a message from the Rev. Al Zadig, Rector of St. Michael's Church Charleston, where Peter served as Scholar-in-Residence.
Saying Goodbye to a Hero
Just minutes after our Annual Meeting/Festival of Faith on Zoom today, I received word that our Scholar in Residence and dear friend the Rev. Dr. Peter Moore had died. My brothers and sisters in Christ, we lost a hero of faith this weekend. A hero of the faith who always stood for the bedrock truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the foundation of Scripture against all odds, powers and principalities.
In addition to writing books, pastoring, and leading, Peter poured his life into the ancient art of mentoring the generations. Whether students at FOCUS (Fellowship of Christians in Universities and Schools), Trinity School for Ministry, St. Michael's Church, or the Bishops and clergy of the Anglican Leadership Institute, he loved coming alongside to make disciples!
I therefore marvel at the fact that Peter died on the eve of Pentecost. Why? He simply lived and breathed through the power of the Holy Spirit. I know we all have our Peter Stories, but I especially remember that when he first came to St. Michael's he would walk around with the pictorial directory of the parish just so he could memorize all your names and pictures! He had that kind of love for you!
While Peter's obituary is being prepared as I write this, I just wanted you to know now so you can be praying for Peter's wife Sandra as well. Funeral plans are being arranged and the service will take place at St. Michael's Church at a date and time to be announced. In the meantime dear brothers and sisters, please pray with me:
Into your hands, O merciful Savior, we commend your servant Peter. Acknowledge, we humbly beseech you, a sheep of your own fold, a lamb of your own flock, a sinner of your own redeeming. Receive Peter into the arms of your mercy, into the blessed rest of everlasting peace, and into the glorious company of the saints in light. Amen.
The Rev. Alfred T. K. Zadig, Jr.
St Michael's Church
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