Restoration Fellowship is a community formed by the life, teachings, death and resurrection of Yeshua (Jesus). His resurrection changed our world forever, through Him we find the way to God’s love. The cross is not our end goal, but the starting point of our life’s journey.
His Spirit is the glue that binds our community together. Together we rediscover the ancient paths (Jer6:16), walking in Spirit and in Truth, balanced and in unity. In Restoration Fellowship, we respect and value one another. We come together to celebrate God’s Mercy, Grace and Goodness. In our fellowship we thrive to show forth His love in and out of our community. We endeavor to be ambassadors of the His Kingdom.
The community of Restoration Fellowship is as diverse as the Body of Messiah, however we all find a common identity in Him. We are a congregation created for believers of all backgrounds to gather and celebrate our common Biblical heritage in Messiah.
Walking in the footsteps of our Messiah, we humbly walk in the truth of the Word. We continue to study, observe and submit ourselves to the reign of our King through His Word and the relationship with His son, Yeshua. When Yeshua came, He reconstituted the Torah, presenting it as a constitution that is lived out from the heart and not simply a written checklist.
We see the whole Word of God as divinely inspired, profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness. (2 Ti 3:16)
Restoration fellowship is made up of many different ministries, we have a children’s ministry, a youth ministry, a young adult group, ladies Bible studies, other Bible studies, outreaches to the needy and a focus on shepherding and discipleship.
As families we get together as one big family on every Shabbat and all His other festivals to celebrate His goodness, grace and mercy, as instructed in His Word.
We are an independent fellowship functioning in the Garden Route, predominantly in George.
We see ourselves as an integral part of the wider Community of Believers and not an exclusive group.