The Rev. Pat Jobe is a 27-year veteran of pastoral ministry. he is the co-author of six books, and did commentary as a volunteer for WNCW for 17 years in a feature that was known as ‘Radio Free Bubba.’ Pat has a number of songs and sermons on YouTube.
Pat hosted The Connection Independent Television for 15 episodes, a program that was distributed nationally by Free Speech Television, and can be seen on YouTube.
He was arrested twice protesting South Carolina’s failure to provide Medicaid expanded coverage to poor people, and went eight days in 2014 without solid food protesting mountaintop removal in West Virginia.
Rev. Jobe is a foster parent to two young people, and has four other children, and two granddaughters.
Rev. Jobe’s partner of 12 years is Gabriele Rissmeyer; the two live with a dog and a cat. He is an award-winning journalist, has worked in industrial sales on the factory floor and as a delivery man.
For 40 years, primarily as a volunteer, Pat has been an ally of battered women, and their children. He currently serves as the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lake Norman, and All Souls Community in Rutherford County, N.C.
Rev. Pat Jobe can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Spiritual Director
Autumn Weathers is a self-professed personal-growth junkie and an eternal student of life. She has traveled, sailed, and lived worldwide and taught English to Spanish-speaking children in Panama while running a vacation rental business. For fun, she loves puzzles, reading, playing board games, and card games. Autumn lives and homeschools her two children in a tiny house that she built, along with a jungle cat and a scruffy little dog. She is a UU and has plans to become a Minister. She was the Assistant Religious Educator in her last congregation. Autumn moved to Mooresville in 2020 from Saint Augustine, Florida.
Board of Trustees
- Harvey Wigder, President
- Jim Price, Vice President
- Tracy Grimm, Treasurer
- Karen Miller, Secretary
- Sandra McFeeley, Trustee at Large