Outreach

At Restoration, we desire to connect you to God, to others, and to the needs of the world. 

When we connect – through worship, prayer, service, or fellowship – we are experiencing what it means to be loved, forgiven, healed, and empowered by Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit. This connection is for everyone, everywhere.

We want Restoration to be a community that is actively engaged in living out God’s call upon our lives. We know Jesus cared particularly for the poor and those on the margins of society, and so we want to too. Just as Jesus sent his disciples to “Jerusalem, and to Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth,” we want to connect with people here in Arlington and anywhere else God has called us. God has been kind to give us many opportunities to serve His people.

Outreach

At Restoration, we desire to connect you to God, to others, and to the needs of the world. 

When we connect – through worship, prayer, service, or community – we are experiencing what it means to be loved, forgiven, healed, and empowered by Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit. This connection is for everyone, everywhere.

We want Restoration to be a community that is actively engaged in living out God’s call on our lives. We know Jesus cared particularly for the poor and those on the margins of society, and so we want to too. Just as Jesus sent his disciples to “Jerusalem, and to Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth,” we want to connect with people here in Arlington and anywhere else and everyone God has called us. God has been kind to give us many opportunities to serve His people.

Locally, we partner with a number of organizations both financially and relationally including:
Locally, we partner with a number of organizations both financially and relationally including:
Internationally, we enjoy partnerships with friends in Cambodia, West Asia, and Bolivia:
Internationally, we enjoy partnerships with friends in Cambodia, West Asia, and Bolivia:
We also support the Anglican Relief and Development Fund as well as Matthew 25, a community of Anglicans in North America who companion and contend for the shalom among the vulnerable, the marginalized, and under-resourced communities.