MONROVIA: Reverend Sando T.D. Moore II is expected to get inducted as the prominent Senior Pastor of the Second Free Will Baptist Church in Providence Rhode Island in the USA. The Program is expected to take place on April 24, 2022.
Rev. Moore II was recently elected as the prominent senior pastor of the Second Free Will Baptist Church Providence, Rhode Island, in the United States of America (USA).
According to research conducted, Rev. Sando T.D. Moore II is the first native Liberian to serve in such position since the establishment of the church.
The Second Free Will Baptist Church was founded in 1819 and officially started operation in 1830.
Prominent citizens in the USA including some individuals from Africa are expected to grace the induction ceremony of Rev. Moore.
Before coming to the position, Rev. Moore served as interim pastor for three years of the Second Free Will Baptist Church. After serving for three years as interim pastor for the Second Free Will Baptist Church, he later became fulltime pastor for the church.
Because of his love for humanity, the weekly salary of Rev. Moore was giving back to the membership of the church as a way of identifying with his people.
The Church was in support of Rev. Moore decision of giving back to his members.
Because of the kindness of Rev. Moore to members of the church, officials of the Free Will Baptist Church saw him as their future pastor.
The election of Rev. Moore to the position as the prominent senior pastor of the Second Free Will Baptist Church was the results of the resignation of Rev. Johnson. The resignation of Rev. Johnson was best known to himself.
The leadership of the Second Free Will Baptist Church accepted the resignation of Rev. Johnson. Rev. Moore is very passionately working for God.
The Second Free Will Baptist Church broke away from the first Baptist Church in the USA which was founded by Roger Williams.
Rev. Moore holds BSc degree in Political Science from the Rhode Island College in the USA and a master in theology from the Providence College and born in Gbarpolu County, Liberia on December 18, 1962.
He is blessed with six children, two boys and four girls. Rev. Moore hails from Lofa County who from a Gbendi ethnic group.
The Second Free Will Baptist Church prominent senior pastor fled Liberia to Guinea to seek refugee during the 1990 civil war in Liberia.
He later left Guinea and drove to Freetown where he was until the Lord almighty God blessed him to travel to the USA in1993. Rev. Moore is happily married legally with his family.
The fast forward Rev. Moore sent in his letter of application in 2021 for the position of prominent senior pastor of the Free Will Baptist Church.
During the election for the vacant position of prominent senior pastor, Rev. Moore was overwhelmingly voted for by the membership of the church.