In demand because of his leadership skills, Rev. Moffitt also serves on the advisory board of Albany's Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business, as president of the Brentwood Homeowners Association and as a Boy Scout Troop Leader. His previous community service in Albany has included American Red Cross Southwest Georgia Chapter Board of Directors, Habitat for Humanity's MacArthur Street Project in Albany, God's House of Human Services Board Chairman, and as a United Way and a school volunteer. He also co-founded the Albany AAU Basketball Program. Service outside the Albany, Georgia community has included the CSX Railroad Action Council in Fitzgerald, Georgia.
Rev. Moffitt's hard work has not gone unnoticed. Prior to the opening of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, he carried the Olympic Torch on its last leg through Albany, and lit the cauldron in Thronateeska Heritage Plaza. Other recognitions include United Way Volunteer of the Year. His awards include the 2002 Martin Luther King Celebration Dream Award, YMCA State Basketball Championship and YMCA Youth Service Award.
Rev. Moffitt is a retired railroad train operator with an Associate Degree in Electronic Technology. A Florida native, he served in the United States Army for three years.
He began preaching and was ordained at Pentecost Tabernacle of Christ in Albany, under the pastorate of the late Ella Street Davis. There he served as Chairman of the Board of Stewards, after having served as the Church Treasurer.
Rev. Moffitt is the Pastor of Lenox Faith Vision Ministies. Heresides in Albany, and is a proud husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather.