Otis Moss III Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Books, Podcast, Sermons, Salary, and Net Worth

Otis Moss III Bio | Wiki

Otis Moss III is an American Pastor of Chicago’s Trinity United Church of Christ. He espouses black theology and also speaks about reaching inner-city black youth. Moss is also a new generation of ministers who are committed to preaching a prophetic message of love and justice, which he strongly believes are inseparable companions that form the foundation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Otis Moss III Age

He was born in 1970 in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States. Moss is 53 years old. However, details regarding his date and month of birth are currently unavailable.

Otis Moss III Height

He is a man of above-average stature. Moss stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in (Approx 1.78 m).

Otis Moss III Family

He was born to his father, Otis Moss Jr., and his mother whose name has not been revealed. Moss’s father was an affiliate of Martin Luther King, Jr. working together in the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Also, Moss’s father served as a co-pastor with Martin Luther King, Jr.’s father named Martin Luther King, Sr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church in 1971. He had a sister named Daphne who had Schizophrenia. However, Moss has not shared any information with the public in regard to his mother.

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Otis Moss III Wife

He is married to his beloved wife named Monica Brown who happens to be his college sweetheart. Moss’s wife was born in Orlando, Florida, and was a Spelman College as well as a proud alumnus of Columbia University. The pair shares two amazing kids named Elijah Wynton and Makayla Elon. However, details concerning when the couple exchanged their wedding vows are currently unknown.

Otis Moss III Education

He attended Shaker Heights, in Cleveland, Ohio where he completed his high school education. Moss later enrolled at Morehouse College in Georgia where he majored in Political Science and Film with the intention of becoming a filmmaker. In addition, he was also a runner who was named by the NCAA as an All-American Track and Field Athlete.

After realizing his call to the ministry during track practice, Moss switched majors to religion and Philosophy graduating with honors in the year 1992. He later joined Yale University in Connecticut where he graduated in 1995 with a Master of Divine degree with a concentration in ethics and theology.

In the year 1995, Moss was ordained as a Baptist minister by his father. He then moved to Denver to attend the University of Denver and the Little Iliff School of Theology, a Methodist seminary where he obtained his Ph.D. in Religion and Social change

Otis Moss III Books

In addition to his duty as a pastor, Moss is also an author of a book titled Blue Note Preaching in a Post-Soul World. In this book, he questions whether preaching can recover a Blues sensibility and dare speak with authority in the middle of tragedy.

Otis Moss III Podcast

He has a podcast known as America’s Jam Session. In this podcast, he carries the torch for generations of the church and civil rights leaders as a senior pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago. But his late sister Daphne whose influence most impacts his ministry as well as social advocacy.

Moss’s sister was a brilliant young woman who struggled with Schizophrenia and introduced a young Otis to what he referred to as “the continuum” – a spiritual born of poetry, literature, and also jazz that has woven its way through our history. In addition, he shares a timely, extensive personal story regarding the American jazz narrative, how disparate and diverse people who are not supposed to do music together do, and do so beautifully.

Otis Moss III Sermons

He was ordained by his father in the year 1995 as a Baptist minister. Moss moved to Augusta, Georgia in the year 1997 to take up the pastorate at Tabernacle Baptist Church which was founded in 1885 as Beulah Baptist Church. Throughout the Civil Rights Movement, the church served as a local base for the movement. When he took over the church it had only 125 members and had grown to 2,100 members by the time he left in the year 2006. In addition, while Moss was serving at the church, it undertook a major renovation of its historic building.

Moreover, he published a sermon collection in the year 2000 entitled Redemption in a Red Light District – Messages of Hope, Healing, and Empowerment, which consisted of sermons from his first year of ministry. Besides that, Moss periodically exchanged with the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Augusta, where the Southern Baptist Convention was initially organized in support of Slavery. Additionally, he was the first recipient of a prize carrying a $25,000 stipend in 2002 for exemplary community service, preaching, as well as evangelism.

Moss had been nominated by the historian of the Chautauqua Institution who considered him as one of them to have preached in New York. Throughout this period, he was part of the Progressive National Baptist Convention and also state and local Baptist organizations. Politically, Moss was also a member of the NAACP as well as the Georgia branch of the Rainbow/Push Coalition that was founded by Jesse Jackson. In addition, he also served on the boards of the local United Way chapter as well as Augusta’s black history museum, which is named after Lucy Craft Laney.

Otis Moss III Salary

He receives quite a generous amount from working as a pastor. Moss’s average salary isĀ $150,000 annually.

Otis Moss III Net Worth

He has been serving as a pastor for quite some time and has managed to secure a decent fortune. Moss’s estimated net worth is $1.5 million.

How Old Is Otis Moss III

Moss is 53 years old. He was born in 1970 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.

Is Otis Moss III Married

He is married to his college sweetheart named Monica Brown. The couple shares two beautiful kids named Elijah Wynton and Makayla Elon.

How Tall Is Otis Moss III

He is a man of above-average stature. Moss’s height is 5 ft 10 in (Approx 1.78 m).

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