September 8, 2018: Q&A with Art Mosley

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Our new Administrative Assistant is Art Mosley!

Art MosleyMeet Art Mosley, Hamilton Park UMC’s newly hired Pastor’s Administrative Assistant. He begins working here on Monday, September 10, 2018.

Mr. Mosley has an extensive background in administration and spent many years in corporate finance. He entered the church arena and became the Administrative Assistant to Dr. Clara Reed when she was District Superintendent to the Metro District of the United Methodist Church North Texas Conference from June 2010 to August 2013. In that role, he managed and operated the district office for 82 local churches and 288 clergy members, coordinated meetings, correspondence, calendar, travel, and other duties as assigned by the District Superintendent. He also worked as the Payroll Clerk at St. Luke “Community” United Methodist Church from 2014 up to the present.

He is coming home! (Mr. Mosley grew up in Hamilton Park.)

This married father of four is also an accomplished drummer. For 36 years, he has been a percussionist. He is a valued member of the Sunday worship band at St. Luke “Community” UMC, and that is where you can find him on Sundays. The other days, he belongs to us!

Continue getting to know more about Mr. Mosley and welcome him to The Park!

What is it like to come home?

Growing up in HP was an exciting time in my childhood. It’s where I learned the meaning of community and friendship. My fondest memories are fence, hoping to retrieve various fruits from the trim fruit trees in my grandparents’ neighbors’ yards, having play time on the park, and venturing down to Deadman’s curb with my many cousins.

What experience prepared you for this job?

I would have never imagined that God would one day call me to be a servant in the church. My experience working with Dr. Clara Reed in the Metro District of the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church was one of the most exciting times of my work career, and I will be forever grateful for the opportunity and lessons learned.

What can HPUMC expect from you?

Hamilton Park UMC can expect hard work, creativity, humility, loyalty, and integrity from me. I am ready to serve and ready to help bring forth the mission and vision of the Senior Pastor and congregation.