Restoration Community Church is a church plant in the heart of Spring Hill, Tennessee focused on loving, serving, and partnering with our community. We are committed to opening our doors to people from all backgrounds and all walks of life to come as they are and encounter the grace and transformation of our loving God. We like to say that we are a place where the misfit can fit. (And aren’t we all misfits in some way?) 

Meet our Leadership Team.



Our Sunday Morning Service is at 10:30 A.M. at 5306 Main St. in Spring Hill, TN.
We strive to create an environment where people of all backgrounds can be transformed by the hope, grace, and peace of a God that loves us all more than we can imagine. On Sunday mornings, you will be welcomed by a group of real people with a very “come as you are” attitude. Dress is casual. Worship is authentic. The messages are accessible and applicable.
And the coffee is FREE! 
Come visit us! 



First and foremost, we are three things. We are Christian, we are missional, and we are a holiness people. 
Christian: We believe in God the Father, in his Son Jesus, and in the Holy Spirit. We believe that Jesus died and rose again as the ultimate sacrifice, and that a personal relationship with Him is the only way to salvation. 
Missional: We are a people on a mission. Our mission is to reach our communities with the love and grace of God in real and tangible ways. We live our lives to share an active love with our friends and neighbors. 
Holiness: We believe that as followers of Jesus, we are set apart. We are supposed to “be different on purpose.” Our lives intentionally are marked by that active love we talk about above.
We are a member of the Nazarene denomination. For more information, check ouT nazarene.org.


Church plants have been the lifeblood of our faith for thousands of years. Paul, Barnabas, Mark, and many other men and women initially spread the Good News of Jesus by establishing churches in villages and towns all around the world. Being a church plant means that we were “planted” by another church. 
We were planted by a church in Columbia, Tennessee and are hoping to plant our first church in the coming years. 


We are passionate about holistically serving our community and demonstrating the love of Christ to our neighbors. We actively partner with several organizations in our community already doing amazing work. These include Spring Hill Elementary School, The Well Outreach, King’s Daughters School for Autism, Spring Hill Parks and Recreation, Center of Hope Domestic Violence Shelter, and many others.


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We are passionate about connecting people into ministries in which they can thrive, be fed, and serve within the church. Below is information about a few of our major ministries and some information about how to get involved in the church and in the community. There is a place for everyone to fit at Restoration!  





Restoration Community Church

5306 Main St,
Spring Hill, TN 37174
Email: info@restorationcommunity.tv
Service Times: 
Sunday Morning at 9:15 and 11:00 AM
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At Restoration Community Church, we are a generous church. Our generosity comes out of our understanding of God as our provider, evidenced in Philippians 4. We cheerfully give back to God a portion of what He has given to us. This act of worship, practiced since the earliest days of our faith, reminds us to trust God with absolutely everything.
Your sacrificial giving allows us to continue meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual  needs of our community and our world in very real ways. We quite literally can’t do this without you! 
If you have any questions about giving at Restoration or how we are doing financially, send Pastor Derek an e-mail at derek@restorationcommunity.tv. 

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