It’s not often that the Upstate SC Chapter of SinC gets to welcome an author, pastor, and newspaper writer. Deb Richardson-Moore fits this bill. As an author, Deb wrote the novel, The Cantaloupe Thief, released in June and a 2013 memoir, The Weight of Mercy. As a pastor, Deb serves the non- denominational Triune Mercy Center in Greenville, where she works to make homeless parishioners feel respected, loved – and deserving of a pastor who dresses up for them, even in high heels. As a writer for The Greenville News for 27 years, Deb covered art, theater, general features and religion.
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Sisters in Crime meetings are open to readers and writers of all genders and genres. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 1, at The Runway Café, 21 Airport Rd, Greenville, S.C. Be there at 6:15 p.m. to meet Deb and enjoy the chapter fellowship. Supper should be served at 6:30. Ms. Richardson-Moore’s presentation will begin at 7 p.m.
In order for the Runway Café to speed service, dinner orders must be emailed to Ellis Vidler, email@example.com . Please email Ellis before noon on the day of the meeting so she can call in our order. If you do not receive a confirmation from Ellis, try again. Even if you can’t dine with us, we would still like to know you plan to attend so we can be sure you have a seat. To see the special menu for our group, please visit our website— www.sincupstatesc.blogspot.com — and click on the Advance Order Menu tab at right. If you place an order and do not attend or fail to cancel by noon, you will be charged for the meal. Please order something good because like always, we'll enjoy it.
Deb Richardson-Moore is a Greenville native and a graduate of Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, NC) and Erskine Theological Seminary (Due West, SC). After obtaining her Master of Divinity degree in 2005 and being ordained by First Baptist Church of Greenville, she accepted the position as pastor of Triune. Triune is a church that brings homeless, working poor, middle-class and wealthy parishioners into community. Since the publication of her memoir about her first three years as Triune’s pastor, Deb has spoken at Memorial Church at Harvard University, Syracuse UMC in New York, Union Presbyterian Seminary in Charlotte, NC, Duke Divinity Pastors’ Conference in Durham, NC, and has taught at churches and ministries across the Carolinas and Georgia.