About Us

The Church of Pentecost UK –Nottingham is a local branch of The Church of Pentecost- UK based in Nottingham. The Church of Pentecost itself is a worldwide church with headquarters in Ghana.

The vision of the Church is to bring the world to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. The Church focuses on evangelism, prayer and holiness. It provides leadership and discipleship to the believer to have a loving and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and people. It empowers the believer to be spiritually, emotionally and physically stable and matured and to have a deeper meaning to life here on earth and the life after death.

The key emphasis of the Church is that, God can use all those who believe in Jesus Christ to achieve great things in His Kingdom through power of the Holy Spirit. There is nobody useless in the Kingdom of God.The Church is expanding through members. As members travel over the world for education and works, they become the centre of new assemblies springing up and subsequently forming Districts and Areas. Assemblies are normally started in homes or places where two or three believers can meet as stated in Matth 18:20.

Overseer. Benjamin Arthur Elder Ebenezer Odoom
Overseer. Benjamin Arthur
(District Pastor)
Elder Ebenezer Odoom
(Presiding Elder of PIWC)

Mission Statement

The Church of Pentecost exists to evangelize, care for and lead people of all nations to maturity in Christ based on the apostolic doctrine.

Vision Statement

  1. Evangelizing and planting self-supporting churches throughout the world.

  2. Ensuring that the kingdom of God is established in men who portray Christ-like character, prepared for Christ’s second coming to receive eternal rewards, being with God, worshiping and serving Him eternally.

  3. Providing conducive environment for attracting and maintaining all categories of people.

  4. Sending and supporting missionaries on regular basis.

  5. Providing infrastructural facilities to accommodate growth in membership – i.e. building/purchasing chapels, mission houses, offices, conference centres and providing boarding school or hostel facilities.

  6. Developing a pragmatic, efficient Pastorate or lay leadership corps through appropriate training programmes from the grassroots.

  7. Providing local training facilities to the university level.

  8. Providing adequate training centres at strategic points within external branches of the church.

  9. Establishing medical mission centres and educational institutions to complement government efforts.

  10. Providing charity to needy individuals, communities and institutions.

  11. Cooperating with and supporting the Government with prayers.

  12. Strengthening bonds of fellowship with other sister churches and Para-church groups, both home and abroad.

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