Stepping into a new church for the first time can be intimidating and maybe even uncomfortable for some people.

You may be thinking, “Will they accept me?  Will they welcome me?  I don’t know much about God or the Bible.  I think God exists, but I’ve got some questions.”  We understand those questions.  When you visit The Pentecostals of Cooper City, you can expect to feel welcomed and accepted immediately– just as you are. POCC is a lively, friendly church that is filled with singles, families, children, teenagers, babies, and adults of every age.  You won’t find perfect people, but you will find people who believe that God loves us, has a purpose for us and desires for us to live in community together as we understand and fulfill that purpose.

On behalf of our family, we extend an invitation to you to join us for a Sunday or Wednesday worship experience. We believe that God’s Word has the ability to change lives. The transforming message of the Gospel is waiting to be experienced.  Just below you’ll find answers to some common questions to help plan your visit.  We hope you’ll join us soon!

From the moment you arrive, we want you to feel welcome!  Someone from our Guest Services Team will meet you at the door with a smile ready to answer any questions you might have.

We have three anchor services every single week that we would love for you to be a part of.

On Sunday mornings we have two opportunities to worship and serve. We have services at both 9:00 and 11:00 AM. These services include vibrant, powerful worship followed by the life changing, practical preaching of God’s Word. We truly believe that God meets and speaks to us. We hope you’ll feel a warm family environment and the life changing presence of God. These two services are identical in nature and we would love to have you visit at either time.

There are events for kids available at both services times. Each service lasts approximately one hour and fifteen minutes. Our goal on Sunday morning is to encourage and uplift both the first timer who may be wrestling with questions of faith and the long time Christian.

Our Sunday morning services also provide multiple opportunities to serve because we believe serving is a major component in each individual’s growth.

Our Sunday evening service is a time for the church family to gather and grow deeper together through worship and the Word.  During our Sunday evening services we dive a little deeper into the Word and seek to draw closer to God.  We believe God not only cares about the lost, but He also cares about those serving Him. We believe God has a purpose, plan and direction for every Christian and that calls us to be an integral part of something far bigger than what any one individual could accomplish alone. We strive to seek after and grow into this purpose on Sunday evenings.

On Wednesday evenings we provide classes for teaching and instruction. If Sundays are about finding inspiration and encouragement to live for God, Wednesday’s are about becoming equipped for walking out our faith in every aspect of our lives.

We provide classes for our kids, a worship service and classes for our students and young adults, as Life University classes for adults.  We cover topics as broad as marriage relationships, parenting, handling finances, prayer, specific men’s and women’s classes, and much, much more.

After entering the church campus from Flamingo Rd, you will see a drive through/drop off area just to your left.  You’re welcome to drop off passengers here or at the matching drive through on the other side of the building.  You can then proceed to the parking area just behind the building and make your way into the building where you’ll be greeted at the door and directed to the appropriate area for adults or kids.

At POCC, you’re likely to find a mix of clothing and all are welcome.  Many of our members choose to wear their Sunday best (whatever that may be) to our Sunday services as a sign of respect and reverance to God.  To be clear, while that may be the majority, all types of dress will be seen and welcomed.  We know that may be a little old fashioned to dress up for church, but we don’t discourage it because we never want to diminish the importance of the qualities of respect and honor.  Wednesday evenings find a more relaxed mix of all types of attire as some are coming from work, school and home.

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