Pastor Ed Moore was born and raised in the Uniontown Church of the Brethren, and we are very blessed to have him serve as our Senior Pastor. Called to the ministry in 1977, Pastor Ed enrolled in the three-year reading course and filled the pulpit as lay speaker. Licensed in 1983 and ordained in 1985, he served as Pastor in congregations in the Western PA and West Marva Districts of the Church of the Brethren. In 2015, Pastor Ed began to fill the pulpit here at Uniontown and currently serves as our Senior Pastor. He resides in Uniontown with his wife Jean. He has 5 children,10 grandchildren, and
6 great grandsons.
is here! We all have a lot of things on our agendas. Things we've
been looking forward to before Covid19 completely destroyed our way
of conducting ourselves. Everyone is looking forward to summer fun
- and that's great.
pandemic did great damage to our country and our way of life even in
our way of worship. Churches were closed and there are still
churches that are closed. We here at the Robinson Street Church of
the Brethren have been diligent in bringing our church back to
normalcy from the very beginning. We opened the sanctuary up as soon
as possible-- all be it with social distancing and masks. Believe me
when I tell you that we have worked hard to bring back this church as
pandemic era ushered in our first attempts at YouTube videos which we
have been doing since early last year. We have improved the product
to this present time. I'm not convinced that our members availed
themselves of the opportunity to view the services as they waited out
the duration of the pandemic. A lot of Christians have not found
their way back to church yet for various reasons, maybe they never
the saying goes “out of sight, out of mind”. But serving Christ
and being in His house of worship does not fall in that category. We
are the body of Christ. Each and everyone of us has a roll in the
have summer communion and the church picnic coming up in July. We
have kids church every Sunday. I am hopeful the choir will reform
itself and come back in the fall. I'm also looking forward to having
our ushers serving the congregation again.
asked you to bring someone to church, but you can't do that if your
not planning to come yourself. The devil never sleeps, never takes a
day off, never takes a vacation. He just sits back and waits for us
to become complacent and then he just walks in and takes over. Let's
hope that doesn't happen in this church.
to see you in Church