We're happy that you're thinking of attending one of our services. The following information will give you an idea of what to expect when you visit our church. Our hope is that when you visit you will encounter God in a way you never have before. God can be so real to all of us, so please open your heart and allow the Lord to bless your life with joy and peace. We are a friendly assembly with an evangelistic heart!

Services & Ministries

The UPCC holds regular worship services at 10:30 am on Sunday as well as a Bible study and prayer service at 7 pm on Tuesday evenings. We offer Sunday school classes for all ages which start at approximately 10:45 am on Sundays. The UPCC also offers free Home Bible studies to shut-ins or anyone who would prefer to be taught in the comfort of their home. Sunday service runs about ninety minutes while Tuesday Bible study is about an hour.



The United Pentecostal Community Chapel is located at 6115 Commercial Road in Lower Montague, PEI. After crossing the Montague Bridge while heading south you will notice an Esso Gas station on your right. Turn right at the station and go up the hill and you will come to a traffic circle. Keep going straight and you will find our assembly on the left just a few hundred feet past the roundabout. There is ample parking next to the building and a wheelchair ramp is available for those who need one.


When You Arrive

When you first arrive please find a seat and make yourself at home! You’ll soon be greeted by Pastor Sorrey.  If it’s your first time to visit, he may ask you to fill out a visitor’s card so that we can have a record of your attendance. We really are glad when someone takes the time to visit, and our pastor would like to send you a letter thanking you for attending our assembly.

Our services are filled with vibrant worship. We clap our hands, sing aloud, and offer heartfelt expressions of worship and praise. Please feel free to worship God in ways in which you are most comfortable. At prayer time we usually unite our voices together with the prayer leader. At the end of each service, we shake hands with one another as a sign of friendship and fellowship in the body of Christ.


Frequently Asked Questions

There is a washroom on each floor of our chapel for your convenience.  The main level washroom is wheelchair accessible.  There is also ample room downstairs for those with small children who may need changing or some quiet time.

Many people aren’t sure what to wear when they visit. We want you to be comfortable when you visit, so wear what you’re comfortable wearing. When you’re at one of our services, you’ll see a range of styles from jeans to suits. Casual or “Sunday best” . . . it doesn’t matter.

There is also a variety of tracts and literature in our foyer that help visitors to understand why we believe what we do. These are free so please help yourself.

The UPCC is a registered charity with the Government of Canada. Income tax receipts are issued in January to all those who gave during the previous year. Just be sure to put your name and address on the donation envelopes that are found at the front of the sanctuary. An offering is received during the Sunday service but no one is obligated to give unless they wish to do so.


Bible Expressions of Worship

  • We pray together aloud because in the Bible we read, “They lifted up their voice to God with one accord” (Acts 4:24).
  • We lift our hands in praise because in the Bible we read, “Lift up your hands in the sanctuary, and bless the Lord” (Psalm 134:2).
  • We sing with all our hearts because in the Bible we read, “Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all the earth:  make a loud noise, and rejoice, and sing praise” (Psalm 98:4).
  • We play musical instruments because in the Bible we read, “And all the house of Israel played before the LORD on all manner of instruments” (2 Samuel 6:5).
  • We clap and shout unto God because in the Bible we read, “O clap your hands, all ye people; shout unto God with the voice of triumph” (Psalm 47:1).
  • We dance before the LORD because in the Bible we read, “Praise Him with the timbrel and dance:  praise Him with stringed instruments and organs” (Psalm 150:4).
  • We testify publicly because in the Bible we read, “I will declare thy name unto my brethren; in the midst of the congregation will I praise thee” (Psalm 22:22).
  • We anoint with oil for divine healing because in the Bible we read, “Is any sick among you?  Let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord” (James 5:14).
  • We allow the operation of the spiritual gifts because in the Bible we read, “When ye come together, every one of you hath a psalm, hath a doctrine, hath a tongue, hath a revelation, hath an interpretation” (1 Corinthians 14:26).