Bishop Emma Moore
Bishop Emma Moore is the Senior Pastor of House of Prayer for All Nations Ministries and International Presider. She was appointed as pastor by Bishop A.A. Wells in January 1998. She served as the Washington State Overseer and Vice President of the Full Gospel Pentecostal Association. On March 5, 2009, the Board of Pastors elected her as Bishop.
In April of 2010 Bishop AA Wells, President of the Full Gospel Pentecostal Association, confirmed Episcopal Consecration into the office of Bishop and bestow Apostolic Succession upon Bishop Moore. She is Called, Chosen, and Anointed by God.
Being a faithful and diligent woman of God, Bishop Moore is an International Prelate Presider overseeing ministries in Canada, Washington and Texas. She is the Vice President and first woman to serve on the Washington State United Ecumenical College of Bishops. She has worked in several committees and departments in the Lord’s church. Many individuals have been blessed as she worked in the Evangelistic Ministry throughout the United States and Canada conducting workshops, seminars, revivals, and ministering at retreats, conventions and conferences. Bishop Moore is the coordinator of the United Women’s Gospel Fellowship Annual Retreat. She loves and is committed to outreach ministry. She has participated in the prison ministry at McNeil Island Penitentiary and Washington State Correction Center at Purdy, Washington. She works with Department of Correction in various capacities. She has ministered at nursing homes, Family and Women Shelters, and Tacoma Rescue Mission. She serves on the board of Paradise Center of Newness.
Bishop Emma Moore is a native of Texas. Bishop Moore and First Gentlemen, Amos Moore, share 50 years of devoted marriage and have two children, three grandsons and two extended grandsons. God is the center of Bishop Moore’s life, and she has instilled that same teaching to her children and grandchildren.
She was employed for 31 years at Pacific Northwest Bell/US West Communications/ Qwest for 32 years. She was a manager in various job assignments. She retired in 2001 to work full time in the ministry. She attended A.L. Hardy Academy and Covenant Bible Seminary. Also, she has earned and received leadership certificates from secular and various Christian institutions.
Bishop Moore is a true servant of God who is not weary in well doing for she knows that in due season she will reap if she faints not. Bishop Moore is faithful to her calling, steadfast, unmovable, and always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing her labor is not in vain in the Lord. The Lord has called her to a deliverance ministry and her chief assignment is to “Set the Captives Free”!