Deep in the heart of West Virginia, a quiet piece of Heaven awaits!

Heaven’s Grace Tranquility Gardens and Worship Center  


The Official Worship Site for Pastor Pam Powers Moore and Sweet Song Ministries  



About Us: 

Pastor Pam Powers Moore of Sweet Song Ministries is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of Heaven's Grace Tranquility Gardens and Worship Center.  What started as a dream turned into a beautiful vision, and with God's blessing, it has become an inspiring reality that far surpasses anything that could have ever been imagined. 

But that's just the way God is !!!

In His awesome goodness God inspired the creation of a place where people can come to relax, meditate, worship, receive guidance, and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature at it's finest. Come see for yourself what God has done in making our home a place of welcome for others to share. You will be blessed as you walk the grounds, listen to the melodic sound of birds and enjoy the peaceful tranquility of His marvelous creation. Whether you spend an hour, a day or whatever your schedule permits, you are sure to want to return again and again. 

We invite you to hold your next meeting, conference or quiet get-a-way at Heaven's Grace.  It's a place like none other and of one thing we're certain.... You'll be glad you did !!!  



 ** Heaven's Grace Tranquility Gardens and Worship Center is an entity of Pam Powers Moore and Sweet Song Ministries, LLC.
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  • To foster an awareness of God's presence and to share His heart with others.
  • To spread the love of Jesus and His gift of salvation.
  • To share hope and healing for the hurting. 
  • To be a light shining in the darkness so that searching souls may find it.
  • To let the Holy Spirit have His way in whatever direction it may take us.
  • To take pleasure in the little things because in reality they are the big things.
  • To always be appreciative of God's abundant blessings.


Garden Sanctuary

You who walk,
Maybe with troubled thoughts,
Come, enter here and rest;
And may the sweet serenity of growing things,
And the heavenly peace
Be mirrored in thy soul.
-Doxis M. Palmer