Min. Stephanie Moss

Stephanie Moss

Stephanie Moss Bio


Stephanie Y Moss, SBC Associate Minister, is a believer in Christ and was baptized by the

Reverend Charles M. Morgan at Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church Kansas City, Kansas.

Her hunger, persistence and zeal for a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ become more

evident as she began to deploy and employ herself in the areas of Servant-Leadership in her

church and other faith communities for greater than 16 years. Stephanie’s passion and

compassion for the poor, disenfranchised and vulnerable populations consistently lead her to

serving in the area of grass roots advocacy.

“She opens her arms to the poor and extends her hands to the needy” Proverbs 31:20

Stephanie joined Second Baptist Church, KCMO September 11, 2011 the answer to her

911 call to Jesus to “Order Her Steps” and in act of obedience to unfamiliar territory.

Stephanie is a faithful servant. Shortly after establishing membership at Second under the

leadership of Rev Dr. Vernon P Howard, Jr, she began to explore and define her

“Spiritual Gifts” according to Romans 12 and 1 Corinthians 12 Gifts of Serving,

Leadership, Giving, Administration, Discernment and Healing. In 2012 Stephanie was

appointed Chair of the SBC Health Ministry. “A Divine Assignment.” The vision and

mission guided by the aid of the “Holy Spirit” enhanced efforts in the Health Ministry

with a “Wholistic” approach to a healthier congregation and community.

“May the God of peace himself make you completely Holy and may your spirit

and soul and body be kept entirely blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus

Christ “

Her Motto “Meeting People Where They Are”

1 Thessalonians


In May 2014 Stephanie accepted and announced her call to the Ministry. Shortly after she

began Ministers in Training (MIT) @ SBC. Stephanie continues to serve as a Disciple

Maker in the Discipleship Ministry, member of Evangelism and Outreach, Christian

Education, Intercessory Prayer Ministry and Thelma Chappelle Circle of American

Baptist Women.

Under her leadership 2014-2015 Second Baptist Church-led and participated in a

Community Based Participatory Research pilot grant through the KC Faith Initiative-

Project FIT (Faith Influencing Transformation) designed to implement strategies that

identified participants who were at risk for Cardiovascular Disease, Hypertension &

Diabetes in the African American Church.

The SBC Health Ministry received the Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. 2014 Global Leadership

through Public Service Award.

January 2016 Stephanie was appointed Co-Chair of the Health and Wellness Taskforce-

Concerned Clergy Coalition of Greater KC, she serves as Community Leader Volunteer-

Grassroots Advocacy & Multicultural Initiatives for the American Heart Association,

Health Ambassador-Black Health Care Coalition, Medical Reserve Corps of Greater

Kansas City and proud member of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. a professional nursing

organization for Registered Nurses -Motto “Service for Humanity”.

Most notable awards include the Black Health Care Coalition “Excellence in Preventative

Health Care” 2012, nominated among Community Leaders to attend the White House for

a “Cardiovascular Health-Community Leaders Briefing” 2012, Black Health Care

Coalition-Health Equity Hero 2013, and American Heart Association “Volunteer

Services Award” 2013.

A Registered Nurse by vocation with nearly 20 years of experience. Stephanie has

provided leadership, consultation, quality management/enhancement in acute, corporate

and community settings. She is considered a subject matter expert (SME) in

organizational development in acute & community health care settings, policy &

procedure writings, review, strategic implementation and regulatory compliance. Her

clinical experience is very diverse, however her specialties are Cardiac, Critical Care and

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner(SANE).

Stephanie currently serves as an independent Nurse Consultant for Community Health

Initiatives & Programs. Her most recent area of focus is special emphasis in structure,

design and implementation of a Hypertension Management Community program in

Kansas City, Kansas -Wyandotte County.

Stephanie plans to begin a Masters of Divinity (M.Div.) with an emphasis in Christian

Ethics @ Fuller Theological Seminary Pasadena, CA as well as continue her vocational

training in advanced practice with an emphasis in Family Nurse Practioner/Doctor of

Nursing Practice.