ABOUT US

Since 1924, Moore Community House has served the families of East Biloxi. Moore is a mission agency of United Methodist Women.

Our History

Moore Community House has been serving the families of east Biloxi since 1924.

Our History

Moore Community House has been a part of the fabric of East Biloxi since 1924. The organization originally served the children of the seafood workers in this area - as well as the many children who worked in the seafood factories themselves during this time, before the creation of  child labor laws.

Now, more than 90 years later, Moore continues to serve the families of the Mississippi Gulf Coast by providing early childhood education, and workforce training for women in the construction and advanced manufacturing fields. 

Our Leadership

Executive Director

Program Director,

Women in Construction

Program Director,

Early Head Start

Our Board of Directors

Linda Lightsey, President/UMW Representative

Kara Adams, Vice-President

Annie Johnston, Secretary

Denise Antoine, Treasurer

Rev. Dr. Larry Hilliard, Seashore District Superintendent (Ex-officio)

Clarissa Harris, Policy Council Liaison

Mary Ann O'Gorman

Ann Smith

Kiara Taite
Bob Tucei

MCH Executive Director: Rev. Carol Burnett

Early Head Start

Moore's Early Head Start program offers early education and support services to low-income families.

Women in Construction

The Moore Women in Construction program trains women in trade and advanced manufacturing skills.

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