Following Jesus isn’t limited to Sunday worship, and neither is life at Restoration. From small groups to outreach activities to volunteer opportunities, on almost any given day you can find a way to connect with other people in our community and grow in your relationship with God. We hope that everyone who calls Restoration home will find opportunities to be known and to use their gifts to serve our community and the world around us.

Small Groups

Small groups are the heart of our community life together. These are groups of 12 to 15 people that meet weekly to study the weekly sermon or another topic and to pray. Our small groups run on a 10-12-week “trimester” system, with registration for all groups open to everyone at the beginning of each trimester.

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Living God’s Story at Restoration Dinner

We know it can be hard to be new to a church. We’d like to make it easier. Three times a year, we host a dinner designed specifically for folks who would like to pursue membership at Restoration or are thinking about pursuing membership. We call it the Living God’s Story at Restoration Dinner. We feed you good food, give you an opportunity to meet other new(ish) folks, tell you a bit about our story and vision, answer questions, and help you figure out how you can find your place at Restoration.



Restoration is committed to loving and serving the poor and vulnerable in our community and around the world. Members of our community do this in countless ways on their own, but we also offer regular, Restoration-organized opportunities to serve—which also just happen to provide a great way to get to know other Restoration people.

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Serving communion, running the soundboard, leading a kids’ small group, playing an instrument, and helping with setting up and cleaning up the sanctuary on Sundays are a few ways to help out. Sometimes you’ll be tapping into your talents; other times we just need help to get stuff done. But no matter what, it’s a great way to get to know the community.

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It’s not just a ritual, it’s biblical. And, like all biblical things, it’s enriching. For those who have decided to follow Jesus, being dedicated to a church community is a crucial part of discipleship. Members make commitments to each other and choose to belong to each other. Those commitments create an environment in which people can experience love, practice forgiveness, and be challenged to grow deeper in their dependence on God.

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We love welcoming people into the larger body of Christ. This is a great place to start.

Learn more about baptism


Congratulations! We are excited that you interested in getting married at Restoration. It is our hope that before you enter into marriage, you will each make a serious commitment to follow Jesus Christ and invite Him to be a part of your life together as husband and wife.

Learn more about weddings


Thank you for the opportunity to serve you and your family as we give thanks for the life of your loved one and worship our Lord and Maker. We are honored to be a part of this remembrance.

Learn more about funerals

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