For The City: 2016 Recap

Wow! For The City (FTC)was a tremendous success! We had over 75 people in five different locations over five days demonstrating the love of Jesus to the city of Wake Forest. This is tremendous news and something we celebrate together as believers! Jesus prayed in Matthew...

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For the City: Save the Date

Here at Restoration Church we love the Town of Wake Forest and our desire is to see Wake Forest transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ. As a church that is committed to loving God, loving people, and loving our city and world, we strive...

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Rogers Road Bridge Detour

As many of you may be aware, the bridge between the Sheetz and the Lutheran church on Rogers Road will undergo upgrades and repair starting June 27th, 2016 and will result in Rogers Road being closed between Heritage Lake Road and South Franklin Street while...

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Two Years and Counting

It’s hard to believe we are approaching our two-year anniversary as a church. On Sunday, May 1,Restoration Church will gather together to celebrate what God is doing....

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Week of Prayer and Fasting

Here at Restoration Church, we are setting aside the week leading up to Easter (March 21st through March 26th) to pray, fast, and refocus as a church body. John Piper says, "fasting is voluntarily going without food — or any other regularly enjoyed good gift from God —...

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Easter Extravaganza!

Restoration Church family, please join us Saturday, March 26th, from 3pm-6pm, as we host our first ever Easter outreach! We are very excited to offer the families of Wake Forest a FREE family friendly place to come celebrate Easter and hear the gospel message. So get the...

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For The City – Spring Update

While we were still sinners God sent His son to pay for our sins. In the greatest act of love, in the history of the world, Jesus “Emptied Himself, by taking the form of a servant.” (Philippians 2:7) He gave up all so that we...

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GeneroCity 2016 Update

We serve a good, good Father. This past December our church body participated in an initiative that we call GeneroCity. Andy Stanley once said, "Generosity sounds like generous-city. That is a place everyone wants to live." This is the kind of church we desire to...

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