Pastoral Health and Wellness Roundtable
The purpose of the Pastoral Health and Wellness Roundtable is to create a community for like-minded Pastors working towards prioritizing health and wellness in the lives of our congregations and surrounding community. The Roundtable aims to be a hub for discussion and collaboration in the overall wellness of our community.
Our objective is to be a hub for discussion and collaboration in the overall wellness of our community.
Dr. Clarence C. Moore
We Exist to Evangelize the Lost, Edify the Saved, Minister to Those in Need and to be a Conscience in the Community!
Dr. Clarence C. Moore has been Lead Pastor for 31 years at Northside New Era Missionary Baptist Church, Incorporated also known as New Era Church. He is founder and president of the Northside New Era Community Outreach Corporation and the Co-Founder and Vice-President of the Ten Point Coalition. He is founder and chair of the Indy Can Clergy Caucus now known as Faith In Indiana and presently on the board of Stand for Children as well as the Mayor’s Charter School Board. Pastor Moore has been married to First Lady Hope Moore for 42 years and has three exceptional children in Dr. Curtiss Moore, Courtney Moore-Lile, and Cristen Leigh Moore, as well as four grandchildren.
Dr. Micheal French
Mission We exist to advance the kingdom of God by winning souls for the Lord Jesus Christ
Dr French has been the senior Pastor of New St.Mark Church of God in Christ for 30 years.
Bruce and Loretta Farr
Connecting People Back to God, through a wholistic approach that is spiritual, economical, relational, and physical.
Pastor Bruce, is community focused, value driven and the visionary of several programs that impact the community at large. Pastor Loretta uniquely combines her experience in banking, non-profits, and leadership coaching to equip and add support to the ministry.
Bishop Victor T. Woods
“Where We Are Unified And God Is Glorified”
With the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we shall enhance, support, and revitalize the local community, while nurturing the spiritual growth of believers in Christ. To empower the poor, strengthen the weak, embrace the outcast, look to the welfare of others, encourage one another, establish missions, seek the lost, and restore brethren in love.