I grew up in Decatur — not far from University Heights UMC. I earned a Master of Divinity from Duke Divinity School in 2018. I am an Ordained Elder in The United Methodist Church. Prior to coming to University Heights, I served for over three years as Associate Pastor in Carrollton, GA.
I am married to Wes Caple. Wes is an avid golfer. Together, we enjoy working out, cooking, live music, and traveling.
"He has told you, human one, what is good and what the Lord requires from you:
to do justice, embrace faithful love, and walk humbly with your God." - Micah 6:8
This verse guides me in my personal walk with the Lord. I believe we are ALL called to be disciples of Jesus Christ who live justly, embrace one another with faithful love, and walk humbly with God. This is a life fulfilling journey that we are meant to share together. I am blessed to be your Pastor and to share this journey with you.
To God be the glory!
I grew up in the Decatur Area. I attended Glenn Memorial Pre-School, Fernbank Elementary, and Druid Hills High School. I attended Oxford College in Oxford, GA for two years and then transferred to Georgia State University where I studied Early Childhood Education. I am married to Scott Sinkler and have three children, Conrad, Eric, and Kaitlin. We have lived in the neighborhood for since 2004 and love the community and friends we have made here.
David was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. He has worked for UHUMC for 6 years. He is married to Pam and they have two children, Honour and Richard (Brooks). He enjoys working on challenging projects.
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