Springfield, MO—Moses Berry is one of five inductees who was selected into the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame 2023. The inductees are citizens with a connection to the state of Missouri who serve as examples of global citizens. They define the essence of public affairs and have acted consistently for the benefit of others.
Father Moses Berry is a priest of the Eastern Orthodox Church in America practicing in Missouri. He’s spent much of his life on a spiritual quest. It led him to found the Ozarks Afro-American Heritage Museum on his family’s legacy farm in Ash Grove. Berry lectures locally and nationally on African-American history and on issues in African-American spirituality and Orthodox Christian mission.
Dr. Kimberly Berry selected to serve as a cultural coach for the Missouri Conf. of the United Methodist Church
Springfield, MO—The Missouri Annual Conference recently trained 12 clergy and laity as culture coaches who will be deployed in 2024 to walk alongside local churches