Restoration Church: Reston

Restoration Church: Reston

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Wow Sage. Great story!!
Outstanding midweek service. Thanks much!
Happy Palm Sunday! We miss you all!
Hosanna in the highest!
Thank you to all who joined us at Restoration Church: Reston this morning. If you missed worship, I hope that you will still do it some time today. Please let us know that you are here by filling out this form this morning: https://florisumc.wufoo.com/forms/r19j28zr1aocr1o
Great morning at Restoration . Enjoyed the festivities and meeting new people . Seeing the children with smiles as they wrote letters to Santa, made a craft , ate some yummy food and had a photo with the Man in Red 🎅🏻 #lovemychurch #breakfastwithsanta
The Ark (aka the Restoration cardboard boat regatta entry!) is getting a final layer of paint and detail and the animals are about to board 2 by 2!! Come watch the team paddle to victory on Saturday! (and pray for seaworthiness for paddlers Cole and Kristin!)
Thank you Restoration Church for a generous South Lakes Pantry donation this week. The pantry seemed a bit bare so please mark your calendar for the next pantry collection: Sunday Sept 16
Hello Restoration Friends— thank you so much for your participation in the South Lakes High School Pantry. We will have a collection this Sunday July 15. 😁
Restoration has formed a team (including Tim) to participate in the Reston Sprint Triathlon on June 3rd. We are getting t-shirts with: Tri Restoration on the front and "not just another church" on the back. Color: Royal Blue with white letters. Cost: $15, orders due 5/15 If you are interested in getting a Men's or Ladies tank or t- shirt (wicking - not cotton) please email Patti Schule at [email protected]
My wife and I attended the church services today for the first time; pastor and members were very friendly!
Restoration Runners, enjoy a morning run around Lake Anne🏃🏻

Restoration Church is a church in Reston, VA. We welcome all people and desire to make a difference in the community. We can't wait to meet you.

Operating as usual

On this Ash Wednesday and throughout Lent, join us each morning (except Sundays) for 40 prayer-a-day meditations and affirmations.

[02/17/21]   This is the Ash Wednesday service. We hope that you will join us.

Join us tomorrow evening at 8 pm for the online Ash Wednesday service. This meaningful experience will help you enter the season of Lent. Service will be on Facebook, YouTube and RestorationReston.org/online.

Born in Decatur, Ala., on Oct. 17, 1956, Mae Carol Jemison moved to Chicago at the age of 3 and considers the city her hometown. The youngest of three children born to a maintenance worker and an elementary schoolteacher, she had a fascination with all things science from an early age. Once, after receiving an infection, she performed an extended experiment on pus. Jemison's parents supported her desire to be a scientist.

Jemison did well in high school, and attended Stanford University on scholarship at the age of 16. There, she attained her bachelor of science in chemical engineering and a bachelor of arts in African and African-American studies. She went on to earn her doctorate in medicine from Cornell University in 1981.

Although employed as a general practitioner again following her return to the United States, Jemison decided to pursue a childhood dream. After the historic flight of Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, Jemison applied to NASA's astronaut program, feeling that more opportunities had opened up. The explosion of the Challenger shuttle put a hold on applicants, but in 1987, she became one of the 15 candidates selected out of more than 2,000 people. After a year of training, she became the first female African American astronaut.

On Sept. 12, 1992, Mae Jemison became the first African American woman in space when the space shuttle Endeavour carried her and six other astronauts on 126 orbits around the Earth. #BlackHistoryMonth

We had so much fun connecting at our Cocoa & Conversation event on Zoom yesterday after worship! Our Bible Explorers kids even joined us and had their own chat group in a breakout room.

[02/13/21]   Generosity does not happen by accident, but by thoughtful intention. It requires us to look at our lives – our time, talent, treasure and priorities – and then, make decisions about how they will be deployed. Most people want to act on their generous spirit, but find it impossible because their life is not designed for it. This week, come hear the secrets that enable people to move beyond wishful thinking to enjoy a generous life.

Restoration Church is a church in Reston, VA. We welcome all people and desire to make a difference in the community. We can't wait to meet you.
RestorationReston.org

Join us Sunday at 10 AM!

Want to have a more meaningful Lenten experience? Pick up your Lenten/Easter Connection gift bag on Sunday, February 14 from 12 - 12:30 p.m. at the Forest Edge Elementary School parking lot.
restorationreston.org/event/lenten-gift-bag

On February 14, 11 a.m., bring a mug of hot chocolate, or your warm beverage of choice and get a chance to meet, talk to and catch up with other members of Restoration. Kids grades 3 and up are also welcome to attend and will have their own break out room. To receive the Zoom link, please pre-register at:
https://restorationreston.org/event/cocoa/

Tim Ward's Weekly Message - February 11

Here is this week's message from Tim!

You warm our hearts! Share a warm cup and a warm word at our Cocoa and Conversation event via Zoom.
Bring a mug of hot chocolate, or your warm beverage of choice and get a chance to meet, talk to, and catch up with other members of our church.
Kids grades 3 and up are also welcome to attend and will have their own breakout room. Sign up here:
https://restorationreston.org/event/cocoa/

Want to have a more meaningful Lenten experience? Pick up your Lenten/Easter Connection gift bag this Sunday, February 14 from 12-12:30 p.m. at the Forest Edge Elementary School parking lot.

Each year, for the six weeks before Easter, the church participates together in a church-wide study that encompasses weekly reading, Life Group discussions and Sunday sermons. This year's study is 'Courage: Jesus and the Call to Brave Faith' by Tom Berlin. Sign up here:
https://restorationreston.org/lenten-study

Making Change challenges us to examine the ways we integrate the wisdom of the Bible into our financial lives. Most people want freedom from anxiety and the ability to act on their generous spirit, but find it challenging. Click the link below to view the giving path, which will help you to plan what part of your income to give:
https://bit.ly/2Z4Cmrc

MIDWEEK WORSHIP | Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Despite being told as a child she would never walk again, Wilma Rudolph relentlessly pursued her dreams becoming an international track and field star. At the height of her career, “the fastest woman in the world” used her platform to shed light on social issues.

Wilma Glodean Rudolph was born on June 23, 1940 in Saint Bethlehem, Tennessee. As one of 22 children, she was constantly surrounded by support and care, which she needed given her poor health. Rudolph survived bouts of polio and scarlet fever. Her illness forced her to wear a brace on her leg.

While still in high school Rudolph competed on the collegiate level. She competed in the 1956 Olympic games and won a bronze medal in 4x100 relay. Four years later, Rudolph headed to the 1960 summer Olympics determined to get gold. Her performance in Rome cemented her as one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century. She won three gold medals and broke at least three world records. Rudolph became the first American woman to win three gold medals in track and field at the same Olympic game. Her performance also earned her the title of “the fastest woman in the world.”

Returning home an Olympic champion Rudolph refused to attend her homecoming parade if it was not integrated. She won the Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year award in 1961. The following year, Rudolph retired from track and field. She went on to finish her degree at Tennessee State University and began working in education. She continued her involvement in sports, working at several community centers throughout the United States. #BlackHistoryMonth

MIDWEEK WORSHIP | Wednesday, February 10, 2021

How do we, as people of faith, create healthy relationships with money and possessions?
Saving Grace addresses the topics of saving, earning, giving, spending and debt, along with helpful strategies for achieving a sustainable financial life. Rev. Tom Berlin co-hosts weekly videos in this six-week study based on Wesleyan values and helps you reach personal financial goals, as well as address life concerns.
Learn more and register now:
RestorationReston.org/Saving-Grace

Lent at Restoration

Pastor Tim let's you know everything we're doing for Lent this year!

On February 14, 12-12:30 p.m., Restoration will collect donations of food and personal hygiene items for use by students at the Forest Edge Elementary School.
For a list of items, please visit:
RestorationReston.org/Pantry

Restoration Church Weather Update:
Due to inclement weather, we have rescheduled the Lenten Connection Gift Bag pickup for today to tomorrow, Monday, February 8 from 7-7:30 p.m. at Forest Edge Elementary School. Please contact Linda Ravencraft if you are unable to make it on the 8th or 14th.
[email protected]

[02/07/21]   Planning is important. It’s important to think about your retirement, your kid’s education, your long-term care and your investments. Jesus tells people that it’s important to plan when building. As you are building your life, it is important to think about how you are planning for the future. Join us this week as we talk about how to save intentionally while thinking about the future.

Want to have a more meaningful Lenten experience? Pick up your Lenten/Easter Connection gift bag on Sunday, February 7 or Sunday, February 14 from 12 - 12:30 p.m. at the Forest Edge Elementary School parking lot.
restorationreston.org/event/lenten-gift-bag

Join us Sunday at 10 AM!

Tim Ward's Weekly Message - February 4

Here is this week's message from Tim!

Want to have a more meaningful Lenten experience? Pick up your Lenten/Easter Connection gift bag this Sunday, February 7 or Sunday, February 14 from 12 - 12:30 p.m. at the Forest Edge Elementary School parking lot.

You warm our hearts! Share a warm cup and a warm word at our Cocoa and Conversation event via Zoom.
Bring a mug of hot chocolate, or your warm beverage of choice and get a chance to meet, talk to, and catch up with other members of our church.
Kids grades 3 and up are also welcome to attend and will have their own breakout room. Sign up here:
https://restorationreston.org/event/cocoa/

MIDWEEK WORSHIP | Wednesday, February 3, 2021

MIDWEEK WORSHIP | Wednesday, February 3, 2021

On February 14, 11 a.m., bring a mug of hot chocolate, or your warm beverage of choice and get a chance to meet, talk to and catch up with other members of Restoration. Kids grades 3 and up are also welcome to attend and will have their own break out room. To receive the Zoom link, please pre-register at:
https://restorationreston.org/event/cocoa/

Spend Wisely | Sunday, January 31, 2021

Jesus tells a story about a man who spends money dishonestly. Have you ever thought about spending much more than you have as being dishonest? This week, we will talk about spending wisely and not allowing credit cards to create dishonest people out of us.

Spend Wisely | Sunday, January 31, 2021

Jesus tells a story about a man who spends money dishonestly. Have you ever thought about spending much more than you have as being dishonest? This week, we will talk about spending wisely and not allowing credit cards to create dishonest people out of us.

On February 7 & 14, 12-12:30 p.m., Restoration will collect donations of food and personal hygiene items for use by students at the Forest Edge Elementary School.
For a list of items, please visit:
RestorationReston.org/Pantry

Join us Sunday at 10 AM!

Join us Sunday at 10 AM!

Making Change

From a young age, parents encourage their kids to learn ways to spend money wisely. Yet, Americans currently owe nearly one trillion dollars in credit card debt. More than 70% have less than $1,000 in savings.

Many live paycheck to paycheck. Some who are secure wonder how to share their wisdom with their family or friends who struggle.

Making Change is for anyone interested in learning how to spend, save and give generously. Stop wondering how to get out of debt. Now you can tap into the biblical wisdom and practical tips to become financially smart.

Are you ready? Learn more here:
https://www.restorationreston.org/making-change/

Tim Ward's Weekly Message - January 28

Here is this week's message from Tim!

Everyone wants to be financially smart. From a young age, parents encourage their kids to learn ways to spend money wisely. Yet, Americans currently owe nearly one trillion dollars in credit card debt. Some, who are secure, wonder how to share their wisdom with their family or friends who struggle. Join us on Sunday for the start of our new series, "Making Change", which will provide practical and biblical ways to make changes in your financial life with real transformation.
https://restorationreston.org/media/current-sermon-series/

Want to have a more meaningful Lenten experience? Pick up your Lenten/Easter Connection gift bag on Sunday, February 7 or Sunday, February 14 from 12 - 12:30 p.m. at the Forest Edge Elementary School parking lot.

MIDWEEK WORSHIP | Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Join us Sunday at 10 AM.

MIDWEEK WORSHIP | Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Join us Sunday at 10 AM.

Everyone wants to be financially smart. From a young age, parents encourage their kids to learn ways to spend money wisely. Yet, Americans currently owe nearly one trillion dollars in credit card debt. More than 70% have less than $1,000 in savings. Many live paycheck to paycheck. Some, who are secure, wonder how to share their wisdom with their family or friends who struggle.

God calls us to learn and share how to spend, save and give generously.

This series will provide practical and biblical ways to make changes in your financial life with real transformation.

Common Ground | Sunday, January 24, 2021

Human beings are prone to conflict, yet Jesus teaches us to forgive, to love and not to judge without examining ourselves first. Jesus took in those he disagreed with and worked on finding common ground for conversation. This week’s message will discuss how we can live together in love.

Common Ground | Sunday, January 24, 2021

Human beings are prone to conflict, yet Jesus teaches us to forgive, to love and not to judge without examining ourselves first. Jesus took in those he disagreed with and worked on finding common ground for conversation. This week’s message will discuss how we can live together in love.

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Join us Sunday at 10 AM!
Tim Ward's Weekly Message - February 11
MIDWEEK WORSHIP | Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Lent at Restoration
Join us Sunday at 10 AM!
Tim Ward's Weekly Message - February 4
MIDWEEK WORSHIP | Wednesday, February 3, 2021
Spend Wisely | Sunday, January 31, 2021
Join us Sunday at 10 AM!
Making Change
Tim Ward's Weekly Message - January 28
MIDWEEK WORSHIP | Wednesday, January 27, 2021

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1501 Becontree Ln.
Reston, VA
20190

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