Three-quarters of Canadians proclaim to be Christians and this church brings them together to worship God according to the principles of the Bible, TheRestoredHouse.com announces
Surrey, BC – June 16, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
Faith remains an important part of the average Canadian’s life. According to the 2011 National Household Survey, 76 percent of Canadians state they are a member of a religious denomination, church or claim a religious identity. The Restored House Chapel is a House of Prayer and wishes to bring these individuals together to worship God. They are a non-denominational and Multicultural Church. Everyone is welcome regardless of their faith or socio-economic status.
“The Restored House Chapel strives to bring individuals of all ages, nations, and educational backgrounds to the Lord God Almighty and strengthening those who are broken-hearted, weak, and sick. When coming together, we strive to help people know God the Father through his son, as his love is the most powerful force in the world. Individuals who come to know God know that he will take care of them at all times,” Solomon Tunti, spokesperson for The Restored House Chapel: A House of Prayer, explains.
While the world is becoming more secular, people still see elements of Christianity in everyday life. For example, many holidays are celebrated using Christian traditions, and the Canadian criminal code has moral judgments that come from this faith. People often fail to realize this but live life believing their faith is completely separate from their daily activities.
“Individuals who are attending or visited our church find they learn more and have had a great encounter with God, Christ, and The Holy Spirit as well as applying the principles they learned to their daily life. They don’t realize the influence Christianity has on them and how it has enriched their life. We are hoping to change that by bringing diverse individuals under one roof and teaching them how his love can transform them in a multitude of ways,” Tunti continues.
The Restored House Chapel operates on the principle of the Bible, which is the standard of faith still relevant to modern living and the absolute truth for believers. There is one true God, seen in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Individuals who adhere to the Bible find they can come together with others who follow the same principles when attending the church.
“A Christian Church needs to be welcoming to all; the Bible says, “Psalms 117:1 Praise the Lord, all nations! Praise him, all peoples!” and “Isaiah 34:1 Come, people of all nations! Gather around and listen. Let the whole earth and everyone living on it come here and listen.”, and our community understands this. As a result, we are endeavoring to reflect the Kingdom of God within the community we live and work in. We want to unite the people of different nations, doing so through the love and spirit of Christ. Furthermore, we wish to take the gospel of grace to all individuals. Come fellowship with us today and see how we are working to spread his message and love,” Tunti announces.
About The Restored House Chapel: A House of Prayer:
The Restored House Chapel is a multicultural body of believers in Christ who have joined together to function as a healthy Christian family. The local church is ordained by God since March 8th, 2009 and provides a context in which believers corporately worship God, observe His ordinances, are instructed in the faith, and are equipped for the evangelization of the world. The Restored House Chapel serves God in the grace given to us “till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ” (Ephesians 4:13). The Restore House Chapel is a non-denomination of many nations striving to restore Holiness, Honesty, Order, Righteousness, Integrity, Discipline, and Lives back to God, through the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Please connect to the website at www.therestoredhouse.com for more information. The Restored House Chapel would like to take this opportunity to invite individuals to experience a tangible encounter with God’s magnificent presence of his Glory on Fridays; Prayer Service (7:00 pm) and Sunday Service (1:30 pm) for a vibrant and experiential: Praise & Worship; Prayer intercession; Authentic Word and Sincere Fellowship.
Name: Solomon Tunti
Organization: The Restored House Chapel: A House of Prayer
Address: 13474 – 96th Ave Surrey BC V3V1Y9
Phone: (778) 394-2233
For more information, please visit https://therestoredhouse.com/
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