Southern Oaks United Pentecostal Church

 Pentecostal Church

All Nations Sunday Celebration at Southern Oaks
October 25th
10 AM - NOON
The All Nation's Sunday commemorates the diversity of people groups in the USA (the melting pot) and how the church unifies all under the blood of Christ and the name of Jesus Christ.

El Domingo de Toda la Nación conmemora la diversidad de grupos étnicos en los Estados Unidos (el crisol de culturas) y cómo la iglesia unifica a todos bajo la sangre de Cristo y el nombre de Jesucristo.

Please join us for All Nations Sunday and a bilingual English / Spanish Sermon

Únase a nosotros para el Domingo de Todas las Naciones y un sermón bilingüe en inglés / español


Regular Service Schedule

Sunday School - 10 AM

Sunday Morning Worship and Word - 10:45 AM

Sunday Evening Prayer, Praise and Preaching - 6:30 PM

Wednesday Bible Study - 7:30 PM

Friday Youth Night - 7:30 PM

Out of consideration for one another and in respect for our civic leaders we observe the following when we meet.

1.  Every other pew is closed for the purpose of distancing.

2.  Youth Room and Fellowship Hall are being used for classrooms on Sunday Morning at 10 AM.  Other classrooms are not open to the public.

3.  It is recommended Immediate families sit together.  Others should keep a minimum of 6 feet between yourself and your neighbor on the pew.

4.  The offering plates will not be passed for a collection.  For your convenience drop boxes have been installed on the rear wall of the sanctuary.

5.  Outside sections in the sanctuary will exit through the side doors into the hall to keep down congestion at the main sanctuary doors.

6.  Public Restrooms are restricted to a maximum of 3 persons at a time.



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 some who commit their services to missions in cooperation with the UPCI.

Our pastor, Mark Parker is presently the coordinator for Strategic Advanced Leadership Training (S.A.L.T.) in the Africa Region of the U.P.C.I.  He also served as a Global Missions Board Pastoral Member for the U.P.C.I. for 14 years.  He has ministered in 21 nations on the continent of Africa and in addition nations in the Pacific and Central America/ Caribbean.

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

Although the Brandon Borders Family is not from SOUPC they are closely connected in that his father is a pastor in the metropolitan area and has ministered for our congregation on numerous occasions.  The Border's are appointed to New Zealand.