Craig Moore was introduced to the Nazarene church at the age of fourteen when his parents moved from Western PA to sunny Hartsville, SC. After three months of being part of a great church, Craig accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior. A year later, he was called ino ministry at a Senior High Camp in Batesburg, SC.
God led Craig to Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN where he would graduate with a degree in Church Music in 2002. God reminded Craig of that call to preach right after he graduated. Craig pursued ordination in the church by taking classes through the West Virginia North District and Mount Vernon Nazarene University. He was ordanined as an elder in 2006. Craig served on staff in four Nazarene churches in West Virginia, Michigan, and North Carolina working with Youth and Worship Ministries.
He met his wife, Annie, while in Michigan and was married in 2010. They have two beautiful children, Cassle and Roek. Pastor Craig was given the opportunity to serve as Senior Pastor of Fairmont Central Church of the Nazarene in October of 2014. After much prayer and consideration, the family agreed it was God's will.
Pastor Craig has many hobbies, but enjoys hunting, golfing, racquetball, and Pittsburgh Steelers Football.
Worship Arts Pastor
Craig Ewing was born and raised in Titusville, PA. He grew up in the Free Methodist Church in Pleasantville and Titusville, PA. He gave his heart to the Lord at the age of 13. Craig received a call to ministry at the age of 24 at the Pittsburgh District Church of the Nazarene Camp Meeting.
Craig and his wife, Cinda, were married in 1981. He graduated from the Nazarene Bible College in 1987. Craig pastored Nazarene Churches in Lisbon Falls, Maine (1987-1991) and Gardiner, Maine (1991-1995). He was called to Fairmont First Church of the Nazarene as the Minister of Youth and Worship in 1995. He is the Minister of Worship at Central Church of the Nazarene in Fairmont (1996-present).
During his pastorates, God gave him a desire to enrich the worship experience in the church. He's attended various conferences focused on worship. He continues to carry a desire to enable God's people to experience the presence of the Spirit of Worship.
Craig and Cinda have two children, Kristine and Tyler, and a granddaughter, Alexia.