T. Wes. Moore graduated with a Music Education degree from Tennessee Tech University in 2009. In 2011, he earned a Master of Sacred Music degree from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX and began working full-time as a church musician. After four years of music ministry, he entered Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, VA.
T. Wes (Thomas Wesley Moore) has been a welcome arrival to Union Presbyterian Seminary and to the seminary’s library staff. He just completed his first of three years.
According to T. Wes. he enjoys Star Trek, congregational singing, and Waffle House. While we’ve worked on the same library staff for several months, we don’t work in the same department. So T. Wes. had managed to inadvertently keep his Star Trek fandom from me. I am not sure which I like more, congregational singing or Star Trek (The Next Generation). That will need to be my next question for T. Wes.
Lastly, I’ll take this opportunity to make T. Wes. blush. (No, I doubt the Star Trek thing would make him blush.) I recently stumbled into something romantic which I spied strolling back to the library from our seminary’s weekly community lunch. It appeared to me at a distance, on the sidewalk ahead of me … it seemed to be T. Wes. holding hands with one of my favorite library-attending seminarians (not all seminarians are library-attending seminarians). Truth I had spied, creepy as this may sound, I did nothing stalker-esque, apart from crossing the seminary’s gorgeous quad one sunny afternoon. Each are a “fine catch” and I’m happy to celebrate their togetherness.
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A Copious Fountain: A History of Union Presbyterian Seminary, 1812-2012 by William B. Sweetser, Jr. (2016)