Aaron Peck

Aaron grew up in nearby Roanoke, Virginia. He went to Bluefield College where he studied Behavioral Science and Christian Studies. Aaron has been a member of Northstar since 2013 and has been actively involved in children's ministry for nearly as long. In 2014, he became the Children's Ministry Assistant. Currently, he also works as our Creative Content Director and Stephen Ministry Supervisor. He is excited to have this opportunity to serve God with an amazing church family and staff.

In his spare time, Aaron enjoys watching movies, reading, and spending time with friends. His favorite movie is Back to the Future and he probably owns one too many Superman t-shirts. He also loves to write and blogs regularly at The Confusing Middle.

Aaron is the Creative Content Director on the staff at Northstar. Visit our leadership page to get to know the rest of the team.

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Posts by Aaron Peck

An Update from the Mission Field

Be The Church, Blog, Missions

As we approach Missions Sunday, we are reminded of those with whom we have partnered in the mission field, both at home and around the world. Northstar’s own Stephanie Tripodi has provided us with an update on her life, work, and faith walk. Hi friends! I’m coming up on five months living here in Manila. I can’t believe how fast …

Baptism & Story: Katelin Petrusky

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On Sunday, October 16, we heard the faith story and celebrated the baptism of Katelin Petrusky. For more information about her story, please check out our latest issue of Northstar Magazine by following this link.

Meet Jeff Noble

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Throughout Pastor Appreciation Month, we’ve taken some time to get to know our church staff. Today we get to know Northstar’s lead pastor, Jeff Noble. I took a seat in Jeff’s office on the day of this fateful interview and was immediately greeted with a serenade from an out-of-tune guitar and a song that he was making up on the …

Meet Neal Nelson

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Throughout Pastor Appreciation Month, we’ve taken some time to get to know our church staff. Today we get to know Northstar’s associate pastor, Neal Nelson. Neal was born at a young age in Little Rock, Arkansas. He describes his childhood as one that was good, filled with bike riding, tree house building, woods exploring, and, of course, hunting and fishing. …

Meet the GAP Leadership: Stephanie Gamble

Blog, GAP

Each week, GAP will be introducing their leadership team in a collection of blogs! This week we introduce Stephanie Gamble! Hello, I’m Stephanie Gamble, and I am the Events Coordinator for Northstar GAP. I am from Marietta, Georgia, which is a little outside of Atlanta, where I lived until moving here to Virginia. I went to Georgia Tech for my …

Feed My Sheep

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“He said to him a third time, ‘Simon, son of John, do you love me?’ Peter was grieved because he said to him the third time, ‘Do you love me?’ and he said to him, ‘Lord, you know everything; you know that I love you.’ Jesus said to him, ‘Feed my sheep.’” – John 21:17 Last Sunday, Jeff continued our …

Teacher Appreciation

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In the near future, Northstar Church will be able to enjoy a new space in our new ministry center on our property located on Prices Fork Road. Knowing that this will make us close neighbors with Prices Fork Elementary School, we are always on the lookout for ways that we can reach out and be a blessing to our friends …

Welcome Week: More to Come!

Blog, College Ministry

Tuesday’s Bubble Soccer event on Dietrich Field was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who came out to play games and meet new folks! We’ve got more events coming up later this week. Watch the video below to find out what our College Minister, Erin Petersen has to say about them! If you have any questions about our upcoming …

Invest in Small Groups

Be The Church, Blog

As summer comes to an end and we gear up for another busy season, I’ve spent time reflecting on the impact small group has had on my life. My husband and I planned on “taking it easy” our first year of marriage. We were drained from being students and leaders and felt like a year away from any commitments would …