MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — As the worship leader at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of Miami Gardens, Sherry Moses is responsible for “leading people into the presence of God as a corporate worship experience.” As a gospel artist, her hope is that, “when people hear me sing or preach the Word of God, they will feel and know that they are in the presence of a holy God, and are led to respond to His presence rather than simply be entertained.”

Moses’ path as a gospel artist includes the Sept. 29 release of her gospel EP, Standing on Victory, which was produced by Dinavon Bythwood, and includes writing contributions from Tami Latrell, Clarence Coffee, Marcus Lomax, Roquois Clarke, Dinavon Bythwood and Rev. Trini Massie. Moses also wrote some of the material which is receiving rave reviews from listeners.

She said the inspiration for the project comes from her own life as well as experiences from family and friends. Through all of the challenges, storms, tragedies and triumphs, Moses said God has been her constant rock through it all.

Antioch’s senior pastor, Rev. Arthur Jackson III had this to say about Moses’ foray into the gospel music industry: “For over a decade, I’ve been blessed to be one of the thousands escorted into the presence of the Lord on a weekly basis by the anointed voice of Sherry Jones Moses. As a church family, we could not be more excited for the opportunity for the world to experience what we have been blessed by for years.”

Moses is a Jacksonville native and graduate of Florida Memorial University, South Florida’s only HBCU (Historically Black College and Universities). She is married to Minister Cecil Moses and the mother of three children. To learn more about Moses and her music, visit