Homelessness and Life on the Streets - Deb Richardson-Moore, Guest Speaker
October 6th, 6:30 pm EDT
We are quite honored to announce that our October speaker is the Rev. Deb Richardson-Moore.
Rev. Deb Richardson-Moore recently retired from her 15-year post as pastor and director of the non-denominational Triune Mercy Center in Greenville. Triune is a church that brings homeless, working poor, middle-class and wealthy parishioners into community.
Her work among the homeless was recognized by Greenville Business Magazine as one of Greenville’s “50 Most Influential People” in 2013; by Upstate Business Journal - Who’s Who in Greenville Leadership in 2015; by Leadership Greenville - Distinguished Alumni Award in 2017, and by Furman University - honorary Doctor of Divinity degree in 2021.
In addition to a memoir, The Weight of Mercy, Deb has written the Branigan Powers fiction series in which a homeless man helps a newspaper reporter solve murders. The Cantaloupe Thief, The Cover Story and Death of a Jester included many incidents pulled from Deb’s experiences with street dwellers. Her most recent novel is the freestanding Murder, Forgotten.
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