Rev. Dr. Marvin L. Morgan
Dr. Marvin L. Morgan, a Certified Intentional Interim Minister (IIM), a Professional Transition Specialist (PTS) and Church Consultant, has earned three academic degrees in Philosophy and Religion at Elon, Duke and Drew Universities and completed post graduate studies at Auburn Seminary and Harvard University’s School of Education. He has served as a United Church of Christ pastor and interim pastor for more than 50 years, in NC, NY, GA, TN, IL, and VA. While a pastor, he also served as Director of Chaplaincy Services, Atlanta Police Dept.; Associate Chaplain, Fulton County Government; Adjunct Faculty and Administrator, Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta, GA and as a Community Organizer with the UFCW Union’s Justice@Smithfield Labor Campaign in Tar Hill, NC. He began service as Interim Pastor at the Church of the Red Rocks, United Church of Christ, on February 15, 2022.
Dr. Morgan has served in several Association, Conference and National UCC positions, including several years at the national level of the denomination [the Executive Council for six years; the Common Global Ministries Board for four years; followed by two years as National Moderator for the UCC’s 27th General Synod.
Marvin is married to Mae T. Morgan, MD. They are the proud parents of 4 adult children and have 6 grandchildren.