History On January, 22, 1986, fourteen people met in the home of Rev. Raymond and Katie Boykin for the purpose of beginning an Assembly of God Church in Noble. They chose the name Noble Assembly of God and the next Sunday began to hold services in a small rented house on North Eighth Street. After a careful and prayerful search for a permanent location, 2.78 acres of land was secured to build a church at 100 W. Post Oak Road. From those humble beginnings God has grown that congregation, with the help of many dedicated people, to a church family of over 400 and a beautiful facility on 42 acres. More than anything is the people that God has brought together to do His work and follow His will. From the youngest to the oldest, you will not find a more friendlier congregation to be a part of.