You belong here.
The church is people - Normal, everyday people. Restore Church is no exception. We're from all walks and stages of life. We're not perfect and don't pretend to be. We're all different. But the one thing we have in common is that we believe that the greatest life, belonging and purpose you could ever want is to be found in Jesus. So, we are committed to working together to follow and represent him wherever we are in the hope of helping others find what we have found.
It's no accident you've found us. It doesn't matter how, just that you have and we hope that what you have found has made you feel that you belong here.
Welcome, we're glad you came.
Because we believe God is in the business of making all things new.
We are people who see the world in a certain way. We believe God created a good world that's broken right now, but He hasn't given up on it. He is very much committed to restoring it to the way He intended it to be.
We are driven by hope because we know that the story isn't over. It's broken, yes, but it can be repaired. Possibilities exist everywhere because God has come to RESTORE all creation through the work of Jesus.
To create communities that transform communities.
EQUIP EVERY PERSON
The church is at its best when the mission and ministry of the church is in the hands of the church. At Restore, we're all in.
IMPACT EVERY PLACE
We are here to be a blessing to our world, to be salt and light wherever we are and in whatever we are doing. Every place is our mission field.
We are committed to going far, not growing big in one place. We want to see local churches embedded in local communities - churches where you are known and needed.
Our call as a church is to make disciples.
A disciple is a learner, someone who is learning to live the Way of Jesus. For us that looks like growing in these three ways.
Learning to listen to, obey and follow Jesus.
Learning to connect and contribute as a part of a local church.
Learning to be a blessing in our world and invite others to discover the Way of Jesus.