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									                   Barbara A. Moore, RSM, D.MIN.
                       110 Greystone Lane # 10
                     Rochester, New York 14618
                           (585) 244-6758

2011              Dean of Women and Gender Studies Program, CRCDS

2010              Interim Dean of the Women and Gender Studies
                  Program at Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School
2005 to present   Faculty Associate: Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity
                  Practical Theology
1972 to present   Interfaith Ministry of Preaching and Retreat Work
                  Experience in 13 denominations, in US and Canada
7/98 to 1/99      Acting Dean: Women and Gender Studies Program
                  Colgate Rochester Crozier Divinity School
1997 to 2002      Manager: Highland’s Center for Women
                  Highland Hospital in Rochester
1994 to 1997      Community Services Coordinator
                  Highland Hospital in Rochester
1991 to 1993      Congressional Staff: Congresswoman Louise Slaughter
                  Women’s Health, Children, Criminal Justice, ADA issues
1991              Sabbatical: Washington Theological Union
                  Six month program. Classes at Howard Divinity,
                  Wesley United Methodist, and Washington Theological
1980 to 1990      Executive Director: Rochester Interfaith Jail Ministry

1972 to 1980      Pastoral Associate: St. Monica’s Parish, Rochester, NY

1955 to 1972      Secondary School Educator: Public and Private Schools


Doctor of Ministry, Concentration in Preaching,
                    McCormick Theological Seminary, 2004
Sabbatical,         Washington Theological Consortium, 1/91 to 5/91

Master of Divinity, Colgate Rochester Crozier Divinity School, 1989

Master of Arts,     University of Rochester, American History, 1962

Bachelor of Arts, Nazareth College, Rochester, American History, 1955

CHAMP Award, Cancer Action/Gilda’s Club, 2002
YWCA, Women First Award, 2001
Italian American Woman of Distinction in Science, 2001
Urban League of Rochester, Community Service Award, 2001
Friend of the Junior League of Rochester, 1998-1999
Outstanding Catholic Woman, St. Bernard’s Institute, 1993
Urban league of Rochester, Community Service Award, 1990
Jan Carey, Full Scholarship, Senior Year, the Divinity School, 1989
Rochester Regional Bill of Rights Award, ACLU, 1988
Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award, Black Student Caucus,
       The Divinity School, 1984
NY State Woman of Distinction in the field of Religion, 1984
Outstanding Alumna, Nazareth College of Rochester, 1977

D. Min. Thesis, Lay Preaching: An Outsider in an Inside Place, 2005
Publication of sermon on Network Web site 2004
Sermons published in MAST, 9/03 Scripture and Theology Journal of the
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Extraordinary Preaching: 20 Homilies by Roman Catholic Women
ed. by Karaban and Mack, 1996

PREACHING: Sermons written and delivered in ecumenical settings in the
United States and Canada. Examples include, John Knox Presbyterian
Church in Stratford, Trinity Lutheran women in Midland Michigan, Chicago
Divinity School Chapel, regional gathering of 4 Sisters of Mercy
Communities, Rochester Chapter of D/I

Presently preaching from 2 to 4 sermons per month in both Roman Catholic
and other Christian Churches,

Workshop and preaching for lay preaching candidates from Utica Presbytery
Retreat on the Parables for Farmington Friends Community
Presentation on the parables for a Rush NY Catholic Community
Two part presentation on Holy Week from Mark’s Gospel for St Catherine’s
Catholic Community in Mendon NY
Stewardship evening for St. Catherine’s Catholic Community
Women in Scripture presentation to women of Transfiguration Parish in
(Coming) Key note speaker for the 90th anniversary of Church Women
United, Rochester Chapter, September

Member of Board of Our Lady of Mercy High School
Member of Board of Ruth’s Place…2 bed Comfort Care Residence in Brighton

I am a member of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas


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