Howard Cassidy-Moffatt

Job Title


The Theology and Practice of Christian Ministry.

Started at Bethel



  • Denver Seminary - Master of Divinity, 1995
  • Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary - Doctor of Ministry, 1998
  • Harvard Divinity School - Master of Theology, 2004


Dr. Howard Cassidy-Moffatt is adjunct professor of pastoral ministry at Bethel Seminary.  He currently serves as Senior Pastor for the First Congregational Church (CCCC) in Emporia, Kansas.  He holds degrees from Denver Seminary (M.Div.), Golden Gate Baptist (now Gateway) Theological Seminary (D.Min.), and Harvard Divinity School (Th.M.). He teaches courses in the theology and practice of Christian Ministry-including pastoral care and counseling, homiletics, and transformational leadership.  Previously he directed the Christian Ministries Program for Tabor College, Kansas and has served as an adjunct faculty member for Emerson College, Lasell College, Grand Canyon University, and South University.  He has also pastored churches in Texas, Colorado, and Massachusetts.  He is a certified Intentional Interim Minister.  An Air Force veteran, Dr. Cassidy-Moffatt concluded his military service as a lieutenant colonel. 

Courses Taught


Pastoral Care at the End of Life

Introduction to Pastoral Care and Counseling

Transformational Leadership

Ethics for Business and Ministry


Nelson's New Christian Dictionary, 2000.

Teaching specialty

The Theology and Practice of Christian Ministry.