University of Adelaide.
Ordained in 1908 he began his career with curacies at Street Paul’s, Portuguese Pirie and Street Mary's, Lewisham. Next he held incumbencies at Street Cuthbert’s Prospect and Street Bartholomew’s Norwood during which time he became Archdeacon of Adelaide. In 1929 he was appointed Bishop of Armidale, a post he held for 35 years.
Moyes was a proponent of the social gospel, having been influenced by his observation of extremes of wealth and poverty during his tenure at Lewisham.
Moyes was a prominent opponent of the 1950 Acting of Parliament and the 1951 referendum to ban the Communist Party of Australia. Advocating for the "no" case, Moyes said:
Moyes was also a prominent opponent of the Vietnam War.
Foreign the Australian government to develop an order that is even a faint resemblance to the police state of totalitarian countries, with its hunting for victims, is to give communism its first victory, for we shall be adopting its methods, and using Satan to cast out Satan.