Dr. Greg Woodward
Dr. Greg WoodwardAssistant Professor of Conducting
Chairperson, Church Music Ministries

Office: Sellers
Office Phone: 504.282.4455, ext. 3229
Home Phone:
E-Mail: gwoodward@nobts.edu


  • Florida State University, PhD, Music Education
  • University of Southern Mississippi, Masters of Music Education
  • University of Southern Mississippi, Bachelor of Music Education

Teaching Experience

  • Truett-McConnell College (2002-2009)
  • Florida State University, Introduction to MIDI instructor (1999-2002)
  • Pascagoula High School (1995-1999)

Teaching Specializations

  • Conducting and Music Technology
  • Teaching Experience: Director of choral activities; Choral literature; Music history; Creative arts for elementary teachers; Exploration of the Arts; Music appreciation; Theory fundamentals; Secondary voice; Introduction to MIDI; Introduction to music technology; Introduction to conducting; Advanced conducting; Private conducting

Ministry Experience

  • Helen First Baptist Church, Helen, Georgia (worship leader)
  • Friendship Baptist Church, Cleveland, GA (interim worship leader)
  • Oak Grove Baptist Church, Gainesville, GA (interim worship leader)
  • First Baptist Church, Havana, FL (associate pastor of worship and youth)
  • Calvary Baptist Church, Pascagoula, MS (worship leader)
  • Martin Bluff Baptist Church, Gautier, MS (worship leader and youth pastor)

Works Performed, Presentations, and Worship Leadership/Conducting Appearances

  • 2009 Mountain Praise, event coordinator
  • GMEA state convention new research presenter, 2009
  • Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass, conductor, 2009
  • 2008 Bartow County Middle School Boys Honor Choir Director
  • North Metro Baptist Church, Substitute Worship Leader, 2008 and 2006
  • 2008 Songs of the South (Georgia church music event), conductor
  • Brahms Requiem, conductor, 2008
  • Bach Cantata 106 and Haydn Te Deum, conductor, 2007
  • Vaughn Williams' Dona Pacem (Selected movements), conductor, 2006
  • Haydn's Pauken Mass, conductor, 2005
  • Bach's Christmas Oratorio (Selected movements), conductor, 2003
  • Georgia State BCM spring leadership conference, worship leader and theme interpreter, 2002
  • Georgia Baptist Youth Music Camp, high school choir director, 2002
  • Music Technology Conference, Auburn University, presenter (Art of Inaccuracy), 2001


The mission of New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary is to equip leaders to fulfill the Great
Commission and the Great Commandments through
the local church and its ministries.


Biblical Studies
Christian Education
Church and Community Ministries
Church Music Ministries
Pastoral Ministries
Theological and Historical Studies
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