We are buying a home.
Every family experiences big moments that represent big decisions in their lives. This is our first. The membership of Restoration Road Church has agreed to move forward with the purchase of our current location at 102 Avenue D. This is the most important decision we have made in first five years of our church. More than buying a building, this represents a decision to build our faith, to build our commitment one another, and build our future in this city.
This means we are putting down roots. It means we are declaring that we are here to stay.
This 19th century building has been everything from a General Store to a Pontiac dealership to a Billiard Hall. Once even a stable for horses, God has now reclaimed this building for His sheep in Snohomish. This is Jesus’ place, and whenever God’s people gather here, His presence dwells here in a special way. Naturally, the seating capacity of this space is limited requiring us to focus on our sending capacity. This will not only be a place to worship at, but a place that we can train through, and send from.
We would like YOU to be a part of our story.
We need to raise over 100k in before January 2019. If you would like to donate to the purchase of this building for Restoration Road Church, please do one of the following:
- GIVE ONLINE | You can make a one-time donation through com/give.
- GIVE ON SUNDAY| You may leave your gift in one of the offering boxes at service on Sunday. Please mark your special gift as ‘BUILDING 2019.’
- GIVE by MAIL or BILL-PAY| You may use the online bill payment option to set up a payment with the following information or mail a payment to:
Name: Restoration Road Church
Address: PO Box 782, Snohomish, WA 98291
Phone No: 718-343-1974
Account Number: Your Last Name, Your First Name
Please mark all giving toward the purchase as BUILDING 2019.
Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen. Ephesians 3.20-21