United Pentecostal Church Noblesville Leadership
United Pentecostal Church Noblesville is blessed to have a leadership team who are truly dedicated to Christ and accomplishing His will.
The United Pentecostal Church Noblesville was founded by William and Pamela Chapman on October 18, 2015. Prior to that, they served 18 years as Senior Pastor of Full Gospel Apostolic in Paw Paw, MI.
The attributes that best describe Pastor Chapman are strong preaching, leadership development and counseling. He has expressed a burning desire to lead a church like United Pentecostal Church Noblesville where biblical views are embraced and encouraged, with members who care about the needs of those around them and who want to connect others to the body of Christ. Pastor also takes worship and preaching very seriously, spending the first hours of his day focused on Bible study.
He graduated from The Apostolic Bible Institute in 1987 and Serves on the Board of Directors as well as an Adjunct Instructor.
Pastor Chapman also serves on the Board of Directors of The Tupelo Children's Mansion in Tupelo, MS.
Pastor William and First Lady Pamela has been happily married for 40 years.
Brent Jenkins was appointed to serve as United Pentecostal Church Noblesville's CONNECT Pastor in the Spring of 2018. His passion and experience in leading small groups uniquely qualifies him to train and direct our CONNECT Leaders as well as the groups they lead.
Brent is the Campus President of a Nationally known technical college in Indianapolis and brings his expertise, in leadership, to our ministry team.
Brent and his wife Jennifer has been happily married for 21 years with 3 children who are all active with the church.
Chris & Lisa Henderson
Chris and Lisa are the UPCN Youth Pastors. They have been serving the youth since 2016.
Their passion is for today's youth to have their own personal relationship and walk with Jesus Christ.
Chris and Lisa have been married since 2015 and together they have three children. Their family enjoys hiking, playing games and traveling.