OUR PASTOR

Pastor Moses M. Rembert

Reverend Moses M. Rembert is the proud pastor of Heyward AME Church. He is an inspirational gospel preacher. His Bible-based, powerful sermons are directed toward reaching the lost and teaching the saved to Service God fully.

He has been ministering for over 20 years on the gospel field for Jesus Christ. He was ordained an Itinerant Deacon in September of 2002 and an Itinerant Elder in September of 2005. Since his ordination, he has been appointed to serve 5 congregations.

Pastor Rembert’s ministry passion is in the areas of teaching, encouraging, discipling, and reaching the lost. He enjoys bringing the best out in others and encouraging others to see God’s purpose in their lives.

He has done extensive research and facilitated numerous seminars and workshops in the areas of Evangelism and Discipleship. His deep knowledge and understanding of the Word coupled with his ability to make it plain has garnered him the reputation as an outstanding Bible teacher. He also excels in working in small groups and interacting one-on-one with others.

Pastor Rembert is the eighth child of Herman Rembert and the late Vermell Rembert. He is married to the former Lisa Metts for 32 years. Pastor and First Lady Rembert have one beautiful daughter, Heavenly. He was educated in the public schools of Sumter County. He furthered his education at Newberry College graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Computer Science. He also earned a Master of Divinity degree from Columbia International University.

He is a charter member of the Omicron Lambda Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated. He is actively engaged in the community to include serving on the Executive Committee of the Interfaith Community Services of Newberry County, Chairperson of the Transient Ministry for Newberry County, formal member of the Committee of Enhancement for Newberry County Special Needs Board, Honorary Member of Voices of Pride, Member of the Chapin Community Association and Bluff Road Ministerial Alliance.

Pastor Rembert was elected to the Town Council of Peak, SC in 2016. In 2020, the residents of Peak elected him as the mayor. With this election, he made history as the First African American elected as mayor in the County of Newberry SC.

His motto is to live so God can use him anywhere and at anytime.