Carl Morgan, PhD, Assoc. Prof. of Archaeology
1976, BA; Religion and History; Georgetown College.
1979, M.Div.; Theology, Biblical Studies; Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.
2010, Ph.D.; Archaeology and Biblical History; Trinity Southwest University.
Current Career Avenues:
Senior Pastor, Woodland United Fellowship, Woodland, CA., since 1986.
Director, Trinity Southwest University Seminar Center West, since 2006.
Director and Curator, Woodland Museum of Biblical Archaeology, since 2007.
Field Archaeologist, Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project, Jordan, since 2005.
Dr. Carl Morgan has been active in pastoral ministry since 1976 and has served as Senior Pastor at Woodland United Fellowship in Woodland, CA for over 25 years. He has traveled and researched extensively in Greece, Israel, Turkey, and Jordan since 1970, as well as leading biblical study tours and participating in archaeological excavations on over 30 occasions. He has served annually as a Field Archaeologist for the Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project in Jordan since 2005. Dr. Morgan began the Woodland Museum of Biblical Archaeology in 2007, and currently serves as its Director and Curator. He also serves as Director of the TSU Seminar Center West, providing academic oversight for several graduate and doctoral students studying both biblical studies and archaeology. His love for and understanding of the Bible, historical geography, and biblical archaeology is demonstrated in his teaching, weekly sermons at his church, and presentations in other churches and gatherings. Dr. Morgan continues to encourage church members to participate as volunteers on the Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project, and to emphasize the importance of archaeology in the study of the Bible.