Michael D. Moore

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Michael D. Moore is the founder of the Faith Chapel Christian Center in Wylam and author of several books. He served as senior pastor of the church until December 2, 2022, when he ordained his son Michael Kenneth Moore as the church's new lead pastor.

Moore was a student at Samford University's Cumberland School of Law when he was introduced to Christ by a classmate. A little over a year later he was called into the ministry. He preached his first sermon in January 1979 and became pastor of Grace Chapel Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1980. He later pastored Earnest Chapel Cumberland Presbyterian Church before leaving to found his own congregation with meetings at his home in April 1981. That church grew to become Faith Chapel Christian Center which now claims more than 7,000 members.


  • Moore, Michael D. God's Heavenly Banking System. ISBN 0967843901
  • Moore, Michael D. Tithing: What a Difference a Dime Makes. Birmingham: Faith Chapel Christian Center
  • Moore, Michael D. (2005) Rich is Not a Bad Word. Tulsa, Oklahoma: Victory Graphics & Media. ISBN 0967843928
  • Moore, Michael D. and Kennetha Moore (2009) Weep Not: Overcoming Grief, Disappointment and Loss.


  • Garrison, Greg (August 8, 2009) "Turning grief into renewal: Faith Chapel pastor pens book on struggle." Birmingham News
  • Garrison, Greg (December 1, 2022) "Faith Chapel founder, who built domed church in Wylam, hands off lead pastor role to his son." The Birmingham News

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