Rev. Kyle Woodrow is an ordained minister in the Methodist Church, who previously worked in Southern Africa in Cape Town. He has been active teaching and preaching ministry in Africa for nearly 10 years where he coordinated international mission teams, convened the district school of vocation and worked on community development projects. Prior to that, he served as an associate minister at Paradise Valley United Methodist Church in Arizona, where he created alternative multi-media style worship services and developed young adult ministries, activities, and connections.
Kyle earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas in 1999, and a master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey in 2003 and was an Engle Institute Preaching Fellow in 2006.
“Everything for me begins and ends with relationships," Kyle says, “As university chaplain, I see my role as being one who helps to nurture and shape the spiritual life of the University and the community in which we live. Sometimes that is with the faith we have and, at other times, it is with the faith we can only discover along the way.”