Restoration Church is a church without a building, at least a building of our own. We meet in a middle school. We’ve used this to our advantage, seeking other ways we can take advantage of our lack of a building, appropriate considering that the church isn’t a building but rather a people and a movement. In fact, because we don’t have overhead costs for property and a building, we’ve been able to focus more of our budget on missions and spreading the message of Jesus Christ in the world.
Our building-less faith community finds ways to take the church into our community, meeting in schools, coffeehouses, restaurants, and other places throughout the week. This has allowed us to get a glimpse of our God-given vision of being a missional community, seeking to meet people in the natural intersections of their lives. On any given morning you can find one of our groups of students, men, or women meeting in the community at Chick-fil-A, Panera, and other locations.
We believe that God calls us to deepen our relationships with one another and with Christ. We are seeking ways to intentionally engage our community and the people with whom we work, go to school, play and do life together with.
Restoration Church was formed in February 2013. On February 24, 2013, a group gathered at Oak Knoll Middle School to seek God’s will and direction forward with over 600 people in attendance with the name Church In Restoration. We were accepted into the EPC (Evangelical Presbyterian Church) as a mission church. One year later, we became a local church within the EPC, adopting the name Restoration Church and calling Jeff Lee as the lead pastor and Billy Craig and Jon Gibson as the associate pastors.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
We believe in the God of restoration – a gracious God who loves us and calls us to share His life-restoring love and grace with others. With love, we embrace life together as we multiply deeper relationships in Christ.
Join us Sunday mornings for coffee and fellowship at 10:00. Worship at 10:30.
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