Noah grew up in a Christian home and attended New Beginnings Christian Fellowship. His family continues to faithfully serve at New Beginnings, where his father is a deacon. Growing up in a Christian home, Noah always practiced the religious aspect of Christianity. He told his friends about Jesus and tried to obey the “rules” in Christianity because he says, “I was scared of what might happen if I didn’t.” When he was 13, Noah’s family went through a rough patch, and he and his sister transferred from a city school to a school in the suburbs. God used this time in his life to help Noah realize that he didn’t have a real relationship with Him. Noah knew about God’s love but hadn’t let it change his heart. He obeyed God’s law because he was afraid of Him, not because he loved Him. After school one day, when he was home alone, Noah decided that he wanted to love and follow Jesus. He gave his life to Christ in his bedroom and was born again.
Noah’s ministry experience began in high school at New Beginnings Christian Fellowship in Brockport, NY. Noah often served with the youth band and was able to lead some Bible studies with the younger youth. After he turned 18, Noah left his family’s church because he felt the Lord’s calling to attend somewhere else. Noah then began attending Northridge Church in Irondequoit, NY, where he served as a small group leader for 6th grade boys. He is also completed a summer internship with the youth ministry.
Noah was appointed with Campus One80 in 2018 to serve as an intern at Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York. His goal as a Campus One80 intern was to reach students at MCC with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, connect students with local churches, and act as an instrument of the Lord to help others grow their faith and spiritual walk with Him.
In the fall of 2019 Noah relocated to Worcester, MA to complete his training as a new director. He is working at both Nichols College and Quinsigamond Community College. Noah feels blessed to be a part of the Lord’s Church and to be used in His good work in Worcester with Campus One80.