Pentecostal Churches
in the Mena Arkansas Trade Area

Covering Polk, Montgomery, Pike, Howard, Sevier and Scott Counties in Arkansas

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Churches in Montgomery County Arkansas

First United Pentecostal Church - Mount Ida
? pm Sunday Evening
? pm Wednesday
 

Pastor
123 E Elm Street
Mount Ida, AR 71957

870-584-7122

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Churches in Pike County Arkansas

Apostolic Lighthouse United Pentecostal Church
10:00 am Sunday School
  6:00 pm Sunday Evening
  7:30 pm Wednesday
 
Bro. William Cowles
Pastor

Web Site:
Apostolic Lighthouse United Pentecostal Church

159 Hwy 70 E
Glenwood, AR 71943

870-356-4080

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Churches in Polk County Arkansas

Anointed Faith Tabernacle
  2:00 pm Sunday Evening
  7:00 pm Wednesday
Niles White
Pastor
Old Dallas School Building, 375 E and CR 44, 2 miles off Hwy 8 East
Mena, AR 71953
 
Covenant of Life Family Church
10:30 am Worship and Children's Church
  6:00 pm Worship and Children's Church
  7:00 pm Wed Service (Teens & Children)
  7:00 pm Friday Night Prayer
394-6763
Fred Adams
1101 Pine
Mena, AR 71953
 
Canaanland Church
Inter-Denominational Full Gospel Fellowship
  9:45 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship
  6:00 pm Evening Worship
  7:00 pm Wednesday Services
Rev Perry Hart
Minister
Box 1182
Mena, AR 71953
2307 Sutherland
Hwy 8 West
Mena, AR 71953
 
Light of Glory Full Gospel Church
and Outreach
(non-denominational)
  9:45 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship
  7:00 pm Thursday - Bible Study
Outreach Minister, Rose Allen - 394-1807
Jail and Prisons:  Neil & Cathy Dyer
Helps: Pat Meador 394-2330
394-7986
Dewayne & Soni Meador
Pastors
Rose Allen & Pat Meador
394-2225
Outreach Ministers
 
1109 Finks St.
Mena, AR 71953
     
Southside Church of God
10:00 am Sunday School
10:50 am Morning Worship
  6:00 pm Evening Service
  6:00 pm Wednesday Night Service
Everyone Welcome!
394-5804
Rev Kenny Posey
Pastor
101 Dallas Avenue
Mena, AR 71953
     
United Pentecostal
10:00 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship
  6:00 pm Evening Worship
  7:30 pm Wednesday Bible Study
394-7305
Rev Jack Smith
Pastor
2708 Hwy 71 S
Mena, AR 71953

479-394-7305

     
Union Mission Pentecostal
Church of God

  9:45 am Sunday School
10:30 am Morning Worship
  6:00 pm Sunday Evening Worship
  7:00 pm Wednesday Service
  7:00 pm Wednesday Fresh Fire Youth Service
  6:30 pm Wednesday Children's Ministry
Rev. Lewis Martin
Pastor
479-394-5647

Youth Pastor
 
405 Janssen
4 and Janssen
Mena, AR 71953
479-394-5647

Multi Purpose Building
479-394-4773
2008    
Gospel Lighthouse Pentecostal
Church of God

10:00 am Sunday School
10:45 am Morning Worship
  6:00 pm Evening Worship
394-4829
Rev Lewis Martin
Pastor
4th and Hornbeck
Mena, AR 71953
     
Mena Church of God
10:30 am Morning Worship
  5:00 pm Sunday Evening
  7:00 pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting
  7:00 pm Family Training Hour
394-1497
John Heard
Pastor
394-2220
Hwy 88 E
Mena, AR 71953
     
Midway Pentecostal Church
10:00 am Morning Worship
  6:00 pm Sunday Evening
  7:00 pm Wednesday Night
Bro. Jack Isham
Pastor
394-2220
3 Miles South of
Cove, AR on US 71 71937

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Churches in Scott County Arkansas

Friendship Pentecostal Church of God - Waldron
? am Sunday School
? am Worship
? pm Evening Worship
? pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting

Pastor

 

Hwy 250
Waldron, AR 72958

479-637-4267

 
Waldron Pentecostal Church of God - Waldron
? am Sunday School
? am Worship
? pm Evening Worship
? pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting

Pastor

 

511 E 6th St
Waldron, AR 72958

479-637-4452

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Waldron United Pentecostal - Waldron
? am Sunday School
? am Worship
? pm Evening Worship
? pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting

Pastor

 

1697 W 6th St
Waldron, AR 72958

479-637-2443

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Churches in Sevier County Arkansas

First Pentecostal Church of God - DeQueen
? pm Sunday Evening
? pm Wednesday
 

Pastor
 
1117 N Maple St
DeQueen, AR 71832
870-867-3938
 
The Pentecostals Of DeQueen
10:00 am Sunday School
10:00 am Worship
 6:00 pm Evening Worship
 7:00  pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting

 
Rev. Duane Alspaw
Pastor
Nancy Hobbs
Music Director: 
E-Mail:  Secretary@PentecostalsOfDeQueen.com
Web Site:  www.PentecostalsOfDeQueen.com
1515 W Coulter Drive
P O Box 1058
DeQueen, AR 71832
870-642-8228
870-642-6272 (Fax)
 

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Welcome to the Pentecostal Church of God web ministry.

The Pentecostal Church of God (PCG) proclaims Bible truth in Pentecostal power in order to exalt the Lord, edify the Church, and evangelize the world.

It is a pleasure to introduce you to the ministries of the Pentecostal Church of God (PCG). Along with other Churches, we share the task of presenting a high standard of morality and citizenship to our communities. We take our responsibilities as a Church seriously and pledge our continuing efforts toward teaching the Bible in its entirety throughout the world.

Our Church presents a balanced ministry which serves in every area of life, offering clear and inspired teaching for all ages. Our ministry includes outreach opportunities for youth, evangelism training for all ages and specialized programs for adults. We train youth for future leadership and involve homes in the task of building lives. We invite you to consider the ministries we offer and to find out if a local PCG church might offer you, your family and friends a place to serve God and grow spiritually.

Relationships:

Our international headquarters, located in Joplin, Missouri, is at the hub of worldwide ministries. In 2007 the Pentecostal Church of God reported 608,000 constituents, 4,823 churches and preaching stations, and 6,750 ministers in 58 nations. In the United States, the Church reported 88,627 constituents, 1,158 churches, and 2,796 ministers.

We believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God and is man's only safe and sure rule of conduct and faith. We believe every Christian has a responsibility to present the Bible to the world through a Christ-centered life, and our teaching ministries are founded on this principle. Our worship is evangelistic, Bible-centered and distinctly Pentecostal.

We present Jesus Christ as God's answer to the problem of sin. We know God's power is available to meet every need of mankind, and we preach and teach the entire Gospel with conviction and sincerity. You will find a rich variety in our services, for we consciously seek to follow Bible patterns in our worship. Jesus Christ is always presented as Lord and Master. The Holy Spirit is given freedom to order worship as He sees fit. We believe you will feel "at home" in our services.

Affiliations:

The Pentecostal Church of God is in full fellowship with the Pentecostal World Conference and the Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America. We support the American Bible Society and other interdenominational parachurch ministries.

What is a Pentecostal Church by Dale A Robbins:

A Pentecostal church takes its name from the Spirit's outpouring which occurred on the day of Pentecost in Acts 2:1-4. The primary distinction of a Pentecostal church is the belief that Christians can receive the same experience as the 120 did, of being baptized with the Holy Spirit, evidenced by speaking in other tongues. In this same vein, the Pentecostal believes in the present day operation of spiritual gifts such as miracles, healing, prophecy, and other supernatural manifestations described in 1 Corinthians 12. They generally follow a similar form of liturgy to that found in most evangelical churches, and they place high value on praise and worship.
 

A Pentecostal church generally identifies with the long standing history, traditions and theological views of the Pentecostal movement which began to emerge throughout the U.S. at the turn of the 20th century. The origins of the movement are usually associated with a band of believers led by minister, Charles F. Parham. In a Bible school in Topeka, Kansas, students and teachers, along with Parham, researched the book of Acts, searching for the source of the Apostle's great power and success. They all concluded that it was because of the events that began with the Day of Pentecost. After a thorough review of Acts 2,8,9,10, and 19, they concluded that the same experience was available to them. On New Year's eve 1900, the first student was filled with the spirit and spoke in tongues. Then on January 3rd, others including Parham received, igniting a rapid growing movement. The famed 1906 revival of the Azusa Street mission in Los Angeles was a derivative of the events in Topeka. From there, it spread through the U.S., Canada and abroad.
 

The Pentecostals have long been known and respected for their great emphasis on evangelism and foreign missions. Some of the more well known Pentecostal fellowships are: The Assemblies of God (of Springfield, MO) with 11,689 U.S. churches, The Church of God in Christ with 15,300, The Church of God (of Cleveland, TN) with 5,776, and The Foursquare Church with 1,558. In all, there are 43,727 U.S. churches affiliated with Pentecostal denominations, with hundreds more of independent status.


 

 

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