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Ida Moore

Ida Moore

Ida Moore, known affectionately as "Aunt Stida" was born in 1897 to the Rev. E.W. Williams, a Baptist minister and the former Marial Brough on a rural farm in Russell County, Alabama. In 1933 Ida received the pentecostal experience and joined the First Church of God In Christ, Beaver County, PA.

In 1951 she as appointed District Missionary and later State Chairman to Mother Ida B. Martin. Mother Moore traveled extensively throughout the continental United States, preaching the pentecostal experience. On October 16, 1996, after serving her generation well, she slipped away to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Submitted by Elder Leslie Jerome Dallas, Historian for The Church of God In Christ - Western Penna

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