In the process of expanding and advancing its ministry, the mission statement and a new set of objectives were adopted by the Executive and Advisory Committee in 2011. The objectives are:
- TO PROMOTE AND ENCOURAGE regional and continental alliances amongst Spirit-filled networks.
- TO PROMOTE AND CONNECT Spirit-filled leaders - shapers of communities and nations.
- TO SPEAK to governments and nations when and where social justice and religious rights are compromised and/or violated for the sake of the gospel.
- TO FOSTER WORLD MISSIONS AND TO SUPPORT humanitarian efforts and where possible to provide relief aid.
- TO SERVE as a cooperative fellowship for Pentecostal Theological institutions to promote the development of education and leadership training.
- TO CHANGE the global contour of Christianity by emphasizing coordinated worldwide prayer.
- TO ORGANIZE a triennial celebration (Pentecostal World Conference) that will gather the global Spirit-filled family to advance the mission and purposes of the Pentecostal World Fellowship.
Any national council, fraternal or independent organization, or church that subscribes to the Statement of Faith and can substantiate such agreement through organizational statements of faith, which desires to cooperate in the work of the Pentecostal World Fellowship, is eligible to apply for membership by completing an application sent to the office of the chairperson along with the organization's statement of faith, particulars of its official member representative, and a recommendation letter from an Advisory Committee member representing the continent/region of the applicant.
Regional or national fellowships (or groups) shall also be eligible to apply for membership in the Pentecostal World Fellowship. Constituent bodies of these regional or national fellowships (or groups) must join as stand-alone organizations in order to have membership in the Pentecostal World Fellowship. The requirements stipulated in paragraph (1) above shall also apply to this group of applicants. Membership is subject to the approval of the Advisory Committee by a simple majority vote.