• Mission Statement

Mission Statement:

We are the Voice, Hands and Feet God uses to encourage people to change their lives with hope, comfort and peace.  We  experience God and embrace people.


"For the Lord shall comfort Zion: He will comfort all of her waste places; and He will make her wilderness like Eden, and her desert like the garden of the Lord; joy and gladness shall be therein, thanksgiving and the voice of melody."         Isaiah 51:3


  • Church History


God has richly blessed Brockville Tabernacle. His Spirit is easily felt each and every service. If you have never experienced the awesome power of God, we invite you to worship with us and feel His awesome presence. We provide many different ministries to enrich our faith. We welcome you to read our history.

In the summer of 1926, Rev. and Mrs. Ray Watson started tent meetings on Andrew Street. Later, when it became cold, they used the upper part of a hall. Next, they moved to Downey’s Shoe Store on Main Street. Attendance increased that winter and special services were held with Rev. Chambers, Rev. Adams, and Sister Cunningham. Many of those attending participated in the first prayer service and began seeking the Holy Ghost. Mary Reynolds was the first to receive the baptism of the Holy Ghost.

From 1927 to 1928, the Brockville church, also know as the Pentecostal Tabernacle, was organized under the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. That same year Pastor and Mrs. Watson resigned and Rev. and Mrs. Davidson succeeded them. In 1928, Brockville Tabernacle was built on the corner of James and Buell in downtown Brockville, with much of the work being done by the congregation.
When Rev. Davidson left in 1937, Rev. and Mrs. Howard A. Goss took over the pastorate. Thirty years earlier, Bro. Goss started holding tent meetings in Benton, Arkansas where Pastor Jason and Dana Roach previously lived.

Rev. C.L. Cross became the pastor of Brockville Tabernacle in 1939. He was a firm believer in water baptism in Jesus Name and in the Oneness of the Godhead. In the fall of 1940, the church established an independent work. For many years the church functioned as an independent Pentecostal Church. But in 1948, the church became associated with the United Pentecostal Organization whose headquarters are in St. Louis, Missouri.
Pastor R.J. Roach along with his wife and son Joe`l moved to Brockville in the spring of 1996. Bro. Roach felt that Brockville was headed for greater things, and the current building would not be large enough for the outpouring of God’s spirit. With a burden for the lost and a new location a spiritual fire was started within the congregation. In August of 2003, the vision was finally a reality and Brockville Tabernacle moved to its present location at 2811 Parkdale Avenue, East

In December of 2005, after the death of his father, Rev. Jason Roach was voted in as Pastor. The following is a list of the ministers whom have been Pastor of “New Hope” Brockville Tabernacle throughout the years.

1926 - Rev. Raymond Watson       
1927 - Rev. William Davidson        
1937 - Rev. Howard A. Goss         
1939 - Rev. Clarence L. Cross       
1959 - Rev. J.L. Abbott                 
1963 - Rev. Ralph V. Reynolds

1967 - Rev. Harold Jaco

1971 - Rev. C. Rutter

1980 - Rev. R.K. White

1984 - Rev. W.V. Cooling

1988 - Rev. Arden J. Bustard

1996 - Rev. Raymond J. Roach

2005 - Rev. Jason R. Roach


If you have any questions about what we believe, where we are located or if this church is right for you, please feel free to contact us.


  • Our Doctrine

Apostolic Doctrine:

Are you curious as to what we believe? Feel free to read the articles below. You will see that our beliefs are based entirely upon Scripture. Our worship and faith are taken from the precious Word of God. If you have any questions or curiosity about Pentecost, feel free to contact us. We offer free in home Bible Studies:

We believe the Bible to be the inspired infallible Word of God. The fundamental doctrine of this church is the Bible standard of full salvation, which is repentance, baptism in water by immersion in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and the baptism of the Holy Ghost with the initial sign of speaking with other tongues as the Spirit gives the utterance.


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