Dr. Willam C. Morgan
Dr. William C. Morgan was born in Manhattan, New York, in 1953. He was reared by his mother, Helen Jones Morgan, and his grandmother, Jettie Brown Jones, both of Valdosta, Georgia. His early childhood education was acquired at Lowndes County’s P. G. Williams Elementary and West Side High School. Upon returning to New York, he continued his education at Brooklyn’s New York’s Boy’s High School, graduating in 1971.Following high school, Dr. Morgan joined the Armed Forces and served 3 ½ years as a part of the United States Army’s Medical Corp. After an honorable discharge, he joined the U.S. Postal Service in September 1976. After 32 years of service, Dr. Morgan retired from the Postal Service on November 30, 2008. In 1980, Dr. Morgan enrolled at Valdosta State College, graduating in 1985 with a BFA Degree in Speech Communication and an M.A. in Public Administration in 1989. In September 1991, the Lord called Dr. Morgan into the Gospel Ministry. He was licensed and ordained under the late Pastor Otis C. Pitts, after serving the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church family for seven years as a deacon. In November 1993, he was called to the Pastorate at the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church, where he continues to serve. He completed a Doctorate of Theological Studies at Bethany Bible College and Seminary of Dothan, Alabama, in 2002.
Dr. Morgan has served as Chairman of the Eastern Division Union and Moderator of the South Georgia Missionary Baptist Association. He currently serves as Secretary of the General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia, Inc.Dr. Morgan is married to the lovely Altamese Hunter Morgan (34 years) of Bronx, New York. Together they have reared to adulthood eight children and are blessed with three sons-in-law and two grandsons. Dr. Morgan gives all “Glory to God!”