The Pentecostals is a diversified ministering body founded upon the Word of God. As such we believe, teach, and apply the Apostles’ doctrine; share the Gospel of Jesus with genuine love, mercy and compassion within the community; minister help and healing to the hurting in the Church Body and the community provide a climate of worship for fellowship and spiritual growth that teaches and maintains traditional family values.

What is Pentecost?

The day of Pentecost was observed in Jerusalem fifty days after the celebration of the Passover, which commemorated Israel’s deliverance out of Egypt. It is significant that this day was chosen by the Lord to begin the fulfillment of Joel 2:28: “I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh….” The Spirit came upon the waiting, praying disciples in an overwhelming manner. (Acts 2:1) Their complete commitment to Christ and His commission evoked a mighty baptism of God’s power. The Spirit-filled early church witnessed many outstanding miraculous happenings (Acts 3:1-7; 4:31). They were able to lead victorious lives as a result of their Pentecostal experience.

No, Pentecost is not a denomination. It is a new birth experience. It is primitive Christianity made relevant to today’s world. The people referred to as Pentecostal simply believe, teach, and receive all that transpired on that birthday of the church…Pentecost, 33 A.D.

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Expectation is the birthplace of the miraculous.

Bishop Jeffrey Arnold

God does not restore anything He does not intend to re-use.

Pastor Jimmy Toney

The best way to deal with weeds is to pull them out when they’re small.

Michael Haney, Youth Pastor