Biography 
                                                                                 of 
                                                              Pastor Nicholas Nicholls 


Nicholas Nicholls was born in Canada but grew up in Trinidad after his parents moved back to Trinidad when he was at the age of 5. He was born to Tyrone Nicholls and Devika Raghoo.

Currently He is a assistant pastor, who began his ministry in 2013 and has worked predominantly in the North West Zone. First serving at Stanmore SDA under Ps. Roderick Thomas and then at the Diego Martin district under Ps Peter Morris. Currently looks forward to be given his first district.

While serving as a fairly new Pastor in the conference he was privileged to go on mission to different countries, as he believe that this sort of evangelism is instrumental and vital in carrying the gospel to all the world. He also considers Youth ministry to be the backbone of his ministry, citing that “he will be unable to function effectively as a pastor if he were to forsake Youth ministry.” He has serve at every level possible in the SCC Youth structure, from local Pathfinder director and Ay leader to North Regional Uniform Coordination securing him a position in the Nation Club Operation Council. He also is a firm believer in succession planning and developmental training for the churches youth. He has lead out in training sessions such as Youth Evangelistic Preachers Institute (YEPI) – A program designed to teacher the Pathfinders and Master Guides to preach and then engaging them in a evangelistic crusade.

As Education goes he, finished the University of the Southern Caribbean with a BA in Theology and is currently pursuing MSc in Counseling Psychology from the aforementioned institute. Seeing USC as his only option for his education because he has a strong belief in Christian Education.

Currently he is unmarried with plans to be in the near future as the good Lord leads him.

He is a lover of sports, particularly football and swimming. He also enjoys reading, teaching and developing strategic plans for community based projects.  As such, he is a proud supporter of youth mission trips and the “Making A Difference” (MAD) service camp - ministry designed primarily for youth to positively impact the community for Jesus by doing humanitarian activities.

He believes that wherever the Lord sends him he will endeavor best to serve to the best of his ability in any part of the vineyard.