It begins with fellowship. It is very important that believers come together to build relationships. There are Sunday school classes for every age, even the infants!
After classes you will go to the sanctuary to take part in dynamic, life-changing praise and worship followed by a powerful word from our pastor, Ron Carner. Come join us this coming Sunday!
Pastor Ron Carner was given the name “Restoration Church” by God to be the philosophy of ministry for every person who enters the door. Meetings were held in the Carner home, then we moved to the Church of God 7th Day building. On December 3rd, 1998 we purchased 10 acres of land with a house and a barn and began immediately the work of building a physical building. On April 1st, 2001 we dedicated our new Church building as we dedicated ourselves to our Father.
Our purpose is to restore individuals to God’s intended purpose for them and with Him. This includes any individual who has fallen into sin by his own neglect or by the neglect of others. We focus on restoring the total person: body, soul, and spirit.
We believe that complete restoration includes: salvation, healing, deliverance, and the renewing of the mind. It is not a one time event, but a process of a lifetime.
We believe the Old and New Testaments are inspired and sufficient guides for salvation, Christian worship and service.
God the Father; God the Son; and God the Holy Ghost
We believe you are saved by grace through faith, apart from works.
Restoration Church has supported mission work in the Philippines for over 20 years. We are involved with several churches, feeding programs, and evangelism programs in the Philippines. Pastor Ron and others travel to the Philippines periodically to teach and minister and help establish the local churches.
We value the unborn and pray for pregnant women every Sunday. Each expecting mother, regardless of circumstance, gets two prayer partners that pray with her each week. We cover all the developmental stages of the baby and any concerns that Mommy may have.
A ministry of prayer that is Christ centered and God reliant for its direction and outcome. It is not about advice giving, diagnosing problems, or sharing opinions or insight. It is about allowing a person to have a personal encounter with the Lord Jesus.