one thing you will learn is that as soon as you think you have them figured out, the baby will change it up on you.
they go through a major sleep change at around 3 months. formal sleep training is not recommended by experts until at least 4 months, and I think they say a baby shouldn't really be sleeping through the night (our night) until they weigh at least 15 pounds.
it probably isn't a growth spurt if he is only eating an ounce when he does wake up. I would say wait it out and be patient. if giving him the pacifier doesn't help, it's okay to rock him, just don't offer him any food (unless you think he's truly hungry).
Getting the bottle every time he wakes up will be habit forming and then he will keep waking up, even if only for 1 ounce - it's a comfort thing. If he seems really hungry it could be a growth spurt, then feed him. Otherwise, rock him but don't feed him and in a couple weeks he will probably start sleeping better.
my plan of attack would be to keep trying the pacifier first or rubbing his back (that's what I do now, even with my 15 month old). try to get him to go to sleep without picking him up, rock him if you have to and feed him only if you NEED to. My son has never been a great sleeper so I've been through all of the trial and error and have read a LOT of books about sleep issues.
My son still wakes up sometimes at night, but goes back down very easily when he does wake. they go through all kinds of phases so just be patient and get ready for the next change, just go with the flow. It's a constant adjustment as they grow and develop.
Best of Luck!