Rev. Dr. Moses Woodruff

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Rev. Dr. Moses Woodruff

Rev. Dr. Moses Woodruff, Jr. is an ordained elder of the North Georgia Annual Conference, United Methodist Church. He was born in Detroit, MI and was reared in Wellington, Alabama (near Anniston, Alabama). He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Alabama, and the Masters of Divinity from Gammon Theological Seminary of the Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta, GA.

He originally entered Tuskegee Institute in order to become a veterinarian.  After living in Tuskegee and working for the USDA, at the age of 30 years old, Dr. Woodruff answered the call of God to ministry and prepared for the ordained ministry. Instead of becoming a Doctor of Animals, he became a shepherd to souls.  After 32 years of ministry still have the passion to ministry as when he first began his pastoral journey.  Dr. Woodruff used his Doctor of Ministry concentration in multicultural work to engage congregations in relationship building among different cultures and peoples. He is committed to reaching out to the marginalized and the oppressed.

His hobbies are many. Dr. Woodruff has travelled to 47 US states; four republics in the former USSR, London, UK; Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; twice to Cuba, Canada and Mexico; and most of the Caribbean.  He also has interest in golfing and fishing. As age increases, a he has a decreasing interest in gardening/landscaping.

Dr. Woodruff has one son, Wyatt Andrew Woodruff; as well four grandchildren-Wyatt III, Jeremiah, Kyla, and Riley.