Rev. Michael K. Mobley, Sr.
Rev. Mr. Michael K. Mobley Sr. was Ordained in the Archdiocese of Atlanta in 1995 as a Permanent Deacon. Michael has been married to his beautiful wife Mary for 48 years has two children and four grandchildren. He has served in many different ministries and capacities over the years such as Director of Social Justice Ministries and Outreach Ministries and as Life Teen Director and Director of the Hapeville Christian Samaritan Group, an Ecumenical Group of Churches in South Atlanta at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
He served as Pastoral Associate at Emory University in the Catholic Center and teaches at the Formation Program for Deacons where he still serves.
He has recently retired as the Director of Religious Education at St. Stephen the Martyr Parish in Lilburn Georgia where he served for the past seventeen years. Michael worked full time for the Church in the Archdiocese of Atlanta since 1997 and is certified in Spiritual Direction.
He also worked in the food and beverage industry for eighteen years at the retail level as a store manager and at the wholesale level as a district sales manager. Prior to that he worked in the construction industry and owned his own small business.
Michael went to the training session in the Archdiocese by PATH in 2003 and has worked in this ministry ever since on retreat weekends and bible study sessions where he has seen wonderful miracles and transformations take place.
Michael believes this ministry lives out what Jesus truly calls each of us to when he says; I have come to proclaim liberty to captives and to let the oppressed go free, (Luke 4:18) and we for our part must go and do the same.