Restoration Fellowship

What We Believe

Restoration Fellowship is united around the person of Yeshua the Messiah, whom you may know better by the name Jesus Christ.   

We take our name from Acts 3:21--"Heaven must receive Him, until the time of the restoration of all the things that God spoke about long ago through the mouth of His holy prophets."  

We are a people that meet on the Sabbath and seek to keep the biblical festivals as outlined in Leviticus 23.   This may sound different, but we are still united around the Messiah and seeking to live as citizens of the Kingdom.  We hope to share with traditional believers and Jewish seekers things like the Jewishness of Yeshua, the Prophetic nature of the Feasts, the symbolism that points to Yeshua in the Passover, and the right relationship of believers with the Torah of God.  

Pastor Kelly & his wife, Vicky are both available to Sunday congregations that want to hear & learn more.  

We look for the Restoration of all things, by looking to the ancient paths of the faith while also looking forward to the world that is coming at the Return of Yeshua the Messiah in Power at the Kingdom of God.  This restoration  will fix our relationship with God to the way it was always meant to be.  Even Creation itself will be restored.

Restoration Fellowship seeks to reconnect believers in Yeshua with the biblical foundations of our faith, many of which were ignored or abandoned after the 1st century.  Through Messianic perspectives and teaching of the Old & New Testament, we highlight the connection between the ancient faith of Abraham, Isaac & Jacob and faith in Messiah Yeshua.  

Restoration Fellowship believes that the best dictionary for New Testament words and concepts is the Tanakh, the Torah, the Prophets and the Writings--what most Christians call the Old Testament. 

Restoration Fellowship seeks to maintain our unity with our mainstream brothers and sisters in Messiah, and reach out to Jewish people who don't want to lose their Jewish identity when they consider believing Yeshua is the Messiah.

That is the ultimate goal of Yeshua—that we might be One—One New Man, both Jew and Gentile in Messiah.  This is the Goal, the direction our Savior is taking the people of God.  

In Ephesians 1& 3, Paul calls this the Mystery--3:2-6--"Surely you have heard about the plan of God’s grace given to me for you— that the mystery was made known to me by revelation, as I wrote before briefly. When you read this, you can understand my insight into the mystery of Messiah— which was not made known to the sons of men in other generations, as it has now been revealed by the Ruach to His holy emissaries and prophets. This mystery is that the Gentiles are joint heirs and fellow members of the same body and co-sharers of the promise in Messiah Yeshua through the Good News."

And in Revelation 10:7--this Oneness of Jew & Gentile is completed.  "But in the days of the voice of the seventh angel—when he is about to trumpet—the mystery of God is completed, just as He declared to His servants the prophets."

May this fulfillment happen soon and in our day.