Southern Oaks

 Pentecostal Church

The memorial service for Bro. Clarence ("Junior") Bishop will be Thursday, February 21 at Southern Oaks UPC beginning at 2 P.M.  Visitation will be Wednesday, February 20 at Vondel Smith Mortuary at South Lakes from 4 to 8 PM.

Sunday School

Worship & Word (Sunday)

Prayer, Praise & Preaching(Sunday)

MIDWEEK (Wednesday)


WEEKLY PRAYER SERVICES ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY at 7 PM.  Locations to be announced at church.

Sunday, March 10th


The Worship and Word Service will begin at 11 AM CDST and will be one hour of Children's Ministry focus.

Don't Miss It!


Youth Week Guest Evangelist:  
Benjamin and Iscah Ikerd
March 20-24

Christian Intervention Program
Director, Mike Hyde

Alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, pornography, fear, anger and hopelessness is just a few of the MANY lies and chains straining to bind us to the culture of this world. We use the Bible’s full plan of salvation as outlined in Acts 2 to break free from all fetters of man. We are IN the world but not OF the world. YOU CAN OVERCOME!

Our Volunteer Professional Staff & Board is dedicated to bringing you hope!  If you would like us to help you reach YOUR world or change YOUR life call email or text.  We are here to bring you freedom and hope!

The Southern Oaks United Pentecostal Church partners with missionaries on every continent of the earth to assist in carrying out the great commission of Jesus, to go "into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature" (Mark 16:15).  Our commitment to Global Missions extends beyond sending finance,  we have full time missionaries under appointment with the United Pentecostal Church International from this congregation. In addition, our pastor is heavily involved in this process as a Global Missions Board member of the UPCI and also serves as coordinator and developer for Strategic Advanced Leadership Training in the Africa region.


The Jonathan Parker family is currently UPCI missionaries residing in Zambia.  For information or to make a donation click "Parker." 


The Gerald McLean family is currently serving as UPCI missionaries to Nigeria.  For more information or to make a donation click "McLean."