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Our Roots

SERVE Noblesville has been increasing its impact since its early days as part of Faith, Hope, Love. In 2008, the Noblesville initiative had 57 volunteers and 11 partners/groups who worked on a total of 12 projects in the community. In 2018, it had 650 volunteers and 53 partners/groups who completed a total of 58 projects during the four-day blitz.

The growth coincides with a shift from neighborhood-focused projects to community-wide initiatives. Anyone can submit project ideas to SERVE Noblesville, and if volunteers can get it done, they will. Nothing is off-limits.

Since its formation in 2012, SERVE Noblesville has engaged more than 4,100 volunteers to help with nearly 265 community projects.



SERVE Noblesville uses community projects to create connections that wouldn't happen otherwise. Neighbors come together with a shared goal of making a difference. While the projects help improve the livability of Noblesville -- making it more healthy, active and beautiful -- the real power of SERVE Noblesville lies in its ability to connect the people who create that stronger community.

The fact that SERVE Noblesville has continued to grow, even as potential volunteers' lives become busier and more demanding, is a testament to its ability to make those meaningful connections.

Some volunteers make SERVE Noblesville an annual tradition, taking vacation to spend time with their SERVE Noblesville friends. Some make it a family affair, introducing the community-service mindset to multiple generations. Still others find themselves on the receiving end of a SERVE Noblesville project, then later volunteer to help someone else who needs a hand.



Committed to SERVE


Executive Planning Committee

Patrick has been the lead pastor since 2011 at Faith Community Church. Prior to that he served there for 7 years as the Pastor of Youth and Family. He and his wife Kami have been married since 2001 after meeting one another at Anderson University. They have three kids: Jada, Asher, and Hines. They rescued Brutus in the summer of 2016, Brutus is the Propsts’ Shar Pei and Boxer mix. Patrick’s passion is about building community, extending hospitality, and making the Gospel message beautiful and compelling to those who experience it. Patrick has been involved in SERVE Noblesville when it was in partnership as Faith, Hope, and Love in 2009. He loves the conversations and relationships that SERVE Noblesville brings to the community while also helping to make the community better. Patrick loves doing things with his family, watching movies, he has a PEZ collection, enjoys the outdoors, working with his hands, and riding his motorcycle.


Executive Planning Committee

Joe Rudy is the Youth Director and Property Manager at Bethel Lutheran Church on the corner of 206th and Cumberland Rd.  He has been on staff there for over 10 years.  Joe has been with SERVE Noblesville from the beginning and his family helped out before that when it was known as Faith, Hope and Love Week.  Joe has been married to his wife Tree for 20 years, they have 2 kids Max (19) recent NHS grad and Aubrey (17) NHS Junior.  They live just north of downtown Noblesville in a great old home.  Joe loves his community and believes SERVE Noblesville is the example of the greater church coming together as one and really loving on our neighbors.


Executive Planning Committee

Fred Knoll has been involved with Serve Noblesville leadership since 2008 when it was originally called Faith, Hope and Love. He is the Missional Living Pastor at White River Christian Church in Noblesville. His primary responsibilities are developing and discipling volunteer teams, coordinating events and overseeing the Pastoral Care Ministries. Before joining the White River team, Fred worked as a Project Engineer in the environmental engineering field. Fred received his BS in Physics/Environmental Science from Taylor University and his MS in Environmental Engineering from Michigan State University (Go Spartans!). He lives in Noblesville with his wife, Alisa, and 5 children, Lydia, Conner, Seth, Esther and Martha.
Hobbies: walking or running with his wife Alisa, hanging out with his kids, exercising.


Executive Planning Committee

Andrea Davis has been involved with SERVE Noblesville since 2017. She is Outreach and Fundraising Manager for HAND Inc., a nonprofit housing and neighborhood development organization based in Noblesville. Before joining HAND, she was a journalist, working as a reporter and editor for newspapers in Indiana and Florida. A native of Fort Wayne, Andrea has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ball State University. She also serves on the boards of the Hamilton County Leadership Academy and the Hamilton County Council on Aging. Andrea lives in Fishers with her high school sweetheart/husband, Bob, and two spoiled cats.


Executive Planning Committee

Lorna Steele graduated from Indiana University in 2013 with her Bachelor’s in Tourism, Hospitality and Event management from the School of Public Health. Upon graduation, she went to work for the city of Fishers where she planned recreational events for the community. In 2016, she accepted the position as the Assistant Recreation Director with the City of Noblesville and in 2018 she became the Executive Director of Noblesville Main Street. She is an Indiana University Executive Development Program graduate and has presented at various conference throughout her career.  In her free time Lorna volunteers for Noblesville Young Life, enjoys traveling and trying new things. Her favorite part of her job is connecting with the community and working on projects for the betterment of the City overall.


Executive Planning Committee

Lance Stockton has participated in Serve Noblesville the past four years as a volunteer and this year has volunteered to help with Serve's Teen Project. Lance oversees 6th through 12th grade ministry. Prior to joining the team at White River, Lance worked in student ministry in Memphis, TN, for six years and Mattoon, IL , for two years. He and his wife, Amanda - both Taylor University graduates - live in downtown Noblesville with their children, Taylor and Emma. 

Hobbies: running, anything with his kiddos, cleaning the kitchen after his wife bakes and working on his 116-year-old hom