Rev. Christy Clore (she/her)
The Reverend Christy Clore, M Div is an ordained minister whose vocation lives at the intersection of religious formation and congregational/community development. With certifications in transitional ministry and religious education, she has served two historic Moravian congregations in Winston-Salem, Home and New Philadelphia. She has also worked as a partner with Anthony’s Plot, an intentional community serving homeless and transitional neighbors, and as Chaplain of Salem Academy and College.
Rev. Clore became part of the Institute for Dismantling Racism network in 2006 and has served in varying roles. Her experiences as an undergraduate at Oberlin College, as a Student Chaplain at Metro State Prison, in the work of Anthony’s Plot, and as an educator prove daily how important intentional dialogue about race and gender are to developing a more self aware and compassionate society.
She holds a B.A. from Oberlin College with majors in Religion and Biology and a Masters in Divinity from Candler School of Theology at Emory University. In 2005, she was ordained to the Ministry of Word and Sacrament in the Moravian Church, Southern Province. She and her husband, David Clore have been married for 13 years and have a son, Miles.