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Welcome to First United Pentecostal Church of Rockwood

The perfect church for imperfect people.

 

Welcome...

Welcome to the First United Pentecostal Church of Rockwood. We are an exciting, growing church whose principle interest is to win souls to the Lord! We are also a church that is seeking to serve as the perfect church for imperfect people by providing you with ways to enrich your life and perfect your faith.

We are a friendly family of believers whose doctrine is true and worship is sincere. Regardless of where you are on your Christian journey, just starting out or seeking a deeper walk with God, we want you to feel at home! Our doors and our hearts are open! We invite you to visit us where you'll discover compassionate people, passionate worship, and life-changing anointed messages that are personal and practical.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions that you have. We invite you to join us at any of our scheduled services!

 

COVID-19 and Safety

The First United Pentecostal Church of Rockwood is currently observing regular service times with Sunday School on Sundays starting at 11:00AM, and Bible Study  on Wednesdays starting at 7:00PM.

The following guidelines are encouraged to ensure the safety of the congregation:

  1. Follow social distancing​

  2. No handshakes or hugs

  3. Masks are mandatory, per the current Roane County mask mandate 

  4. Only one adult and one child at a time may use the nursey

  5. Limit persons to a minimum when using the restroom facilities

  6. Stay at home if sick or have symptoms of sickness

These guidelines are put in place as a precaution to protect against coronavirus. Furthermore, the church is regularly cleaned and sanitized for everyone's safety. If you still do not feel comfortable attending service, we completely understand. All services will be live-streamed on the First United Pentecostal Church of Rockwood's Facebook page.

We will continue to monitor this ongoing situation, and will adhere to any state or federal guidelines put into place to protect the health and safety of the congregation.