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Reverend Jackie Bailey-Moore is the wife of the late Albert Moore Jr., mother of Carvin (Cheeks) Bailey (Dawn), Nakhisha and Albert III, eldest of two children to Deaconess Christine Bailey and the late Charles E. Bailey Sr., and the very proud Mom-Mom to Ariyon, Isaiah, Taylor, Sean, Alize and Elijah.


Reverend Moore was born and raised in Camden, N.J. where she still resides. She is an active member of The St. John Baptist Church, located in Camden, New Jersey where she serves as Associate Minister of the Church under the Pastoral leadership of Dr. Silas M. Townsend.

Reverend Moore is the ministry leader of “The Potter’s House Ministry”, which meets every Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. It is a ministry where women are being ministered to through the working of the Holy Spirit and that through God’s Word are being restored, delivered, and set free. Allowing God to take their brokenness and put the broken pieces of their lives back together again.


She is a member of Women’s Fellowship; The Assistant Director of The Voices of Faith Choir; serves as Noonday Service Preacher (for the Seniors who meet on Wednesdays); Organizer/Coordinator of “Taking It To The Street Ministry; and is an Instructor with The St. John Baptist Church School of Discipleship Certificate Program.


She has been blessed to have been able to spread the gospel at many Breakfast, Conferences, Retreats, Women Day Services and Revivals in New Jersey; Pennsylvania, Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland.


She was employed with The Small Business Administration (SBA) for 33 years, but on September 30, 2005, the Lord showed her favor and retired her from the secular world to begin working for Him full time.


Reverend Moore was licensed as an Evangelist by The St. John Baptist Church, on March 29, 1998. In February 2013 she successfully completed her studies at The Bethany Baptist Association School of Biblical Studies. On May 26, 2013, she along with four other women made history not only at St. John Baptist Church by being the first women to ever be ordained in its 120-year history, but history was also made in The Bethany Baptist Association, by having 5 women ordained at one time. They are recognized as the “Favored 5”.


Reverend Moore has a burden on her heart for lost souls and there is no shame in her game when it comes to witnessing to them letting them know that the wages of sin is still death but that the gift of God is eternal life.

Reverend Moore truly loves the Lord and is not ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. And because of His faithfulness to her and out of her obedience to God, she’s vowed to “PREACH THIS GOSPEL” wherever she goes, no matter what the cost.


Her life’s scripture is Matthew: 5:16 – “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.


Favorite saying: “HE’S A KEEPER”!

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