Noah Young '17 speaks at student chapel team kickoff

Wesleyan alumni Noah Young ’17 recently spoke at the Wesleyan student chapel team kickoff and workshop. During the workshop, Matthew Means, assistant director of Christian life for worship and discipleship, also shared the chapel team’s vision and purpose, and student leaders facilitated group games and fellowship. The team began their planning and preparations for this year’s chapels.
Young joined the chapel team as a middle school student and also served as a team leader as a junior and senior. He recognizes the gift of serving on a worship team as a student, and he shared with the current team that "nowhere else in the country can you get an experience quite like this, and for that, I am forever grateful. The ability to use your gifts to lead others in worship all while at school makes Wesleyan such an amazing place."

Young graduated from Baylor University in May and is currently pursuing an M.B.A. from Georgia State University. Upon returning to Atlanta, Young reached out to Means about opportunities to continue to invest in the chapel community at Wesleyan. In addition to speaking at the chapel team kickoff and workshop, he also gives drum lessons and mentors several students on the chapel team.

To learn more about chapel at Wesleyan, please visit our chapel webpage.