About Reverend Regina
As a former US-2 young adult missionary, Reverend Regina Henderson Moore seeks to a live of passion for social justice. She has served the church as an effective servant-leader for 20+ years as a pastor, founding director and general church executive.
Beyond the walls of the local church, Moore has served on numerous district, local community, conference, jurisdictional and general church ministries centered on social justice to include the design team for the national biannual Convocation for Pastors of Black Churches since 2008. She has also served on the Duke Divinity School Alumni Association, as a director for the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry based in Nashville, Tennessee, and
As the daughter of the late George W. Henderson and Amy P. Henderson—an enlisted 82nd Airborne Army soldier and an elementary school teacher, respectively—she was reared in a home of courageous servant-leaders. Moore’s call to mission and passion for teaching and preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ since her teen years has sent her to the rural and urban corners of Barbados, Cambodia, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Germany, Grenada, Guiana, Laos, Palestine, Peru, Puerto Rico, Senegal, South Africa, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe.
She earned her Bachelor in Business Administration with a concentration in management at Howard University in Washington, DC and completed her Master of Divinity degree from Duke Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina where she is also currently a doctoral student researching the history of Christian philanthropy.
Moore and her husband, Nick, currently reside near Columbia, South Carolina where she volunteers at Transitions Homeless Center. She is an active member Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and the National Council of Negro Women. She is a newly-published writer contributing to the book These Women Can Say It, Too! Volume 2 edited by Martha Simmons. She enjoys Spinning® classes, international and fusion cuisine and travelling.
Many consider Reverend Moore a trailblazer who uses her creative gifts as a teacher, preacher, certified coach, evangelist, strategic leader and administrator to share the good news of Jesus Christ. Simply put, Moore believes to whom much is given much is required.
Global Ministry Leader
Religious Conference Management & Coordination
Church Leadership Development
Workshops & Seminars
Women's & Children's Ministry
Master of Divinity
Duke University School of Divinity
Durham, North Carolina
Bachelor of Business Administration
Awards & Honors
2012 Woman of the Year
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, Omicron Zeta Chapter, Raleigh, North Carolina
2004 Race, Sex, and God Sunday Guest Preacher
Crusade Scholar of The United Methodist Church