Rev. Wallace R. Henry, III
Rev. Wallace currently serves as the Assistant Pastor of Inner Light Ministries as well as the Chair of the Board of Trustees. He initially joined the ministry in January of 2000 after transferring from the Unity Fellowship Church of Atlanta. Reverend Wallace has served in several capacities beginning as a Deacon in the ministry. He was ordained as Reverend in September, 2002 and later installed as Assistant Pastor in July 2007.
His ministry is rooted in a desire to fulfill a divine purpose through the education of the individual as well as the community. He is and engaging teacher and dynamic preacher who believes in giving his all and walking a transparent journey.
Rev. Darryl! L.C. Moch
Rev. Darryl! L.C. Moch, serves as the assistant to the Bishop and on the ministerial staff of Inner Light Ministries in Washington, DC. He was called into ministry at a young age and served informally as youth minister, peer counselor, and teacher since pre-teen years. He continued ministry across the country, through college, and into adulthood. He was ordained as Reverend by the late Bishop Martin Nunn and a board of presbyters in 2000. Prior to that he earned a BA in Performing Arts (Theatre and Dance) and Psychology, a Masters of Education in Counseling, and a Masters of Fine Arts in Theatre: Directing.
He currently serves as the President/CEO of Inner Light, Incorporated, co-founded with Bishop Cheeks to provide resources and services to the community; and also provides consulting services to communities and non-profit organizations. He is the Director of the Charm City Labor Chorus. He serves as the co-chair of the Places of Worship Advisory Board (POWAB) for the Department of Health (DOH) in DC and on the DOH advisory board for African American MSM called Project healthy Living which produces The ManDate discussion group and conference. His passion is creating opportunities that will empower, expose, and enlighten individuals and our collective communities. His activist and advocacy work has been rooted in social justice, equality, and quality of life issues for African-American/People of Color and minority communities, children, youth, families, sexual minority constituencies, people living with mental and physical challenges, the homeless, as well as people living with, and/or affected by, HIV/AIDS. He has used the literary and performing arts to educate, inspire, and inform creative change in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.
Darryl!'s motto: "Remember to live in Love and let LOVE live in you, around you, through you, and… AS you."
Sacred Arts Ministry