And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature - Mark 16:15
"Be kind and compassionate to one another,
forgiving each other,
just as in Christ God forgave you." Eph. 4:32
Covenant Restoration Assembly (formally Restoration Assembly) began as a fellowship with five members in the year 2001 in the Pastor’s house. The fellowship became a full parish in 2002, and public services started in 2003 at a community centre on Cregoe Street in Erdington, Birmingham.
The name was changed to Covenant Restoration Assembly in 2003, by the leading of the Holy Spirit. The church then moved to Bristol Road, Birmingham during Easter of the year 2004, a building formally occupied by the St. Luke’s Church.
We are biblically rooted, relying totally on the Holy Spirit to lead and guide us in all decisions. The church is currently the Province Headquarters of the RCCG mission in the West Midlands and pastured by Pastor Ranti Oyewale.
A place where a person with no church background can come and feel comfortable and enjoy the service because the atmosphere will be friendly.
At RCCG (CRA), you will discover the purpose for your living, for it?s a place where the reality of the total man is taught through God?s word, hence the outpouring of total freedom is released to mankind (John 8:36).
We aim to take a different approach in reaching out and helping people along the journey. We stress cultural relevancy and utilize all medias.
Welcome to Covenant Restoration Assembly, Birmingham of RCCG Worldwide. It is a real joy for us to meet newcomers and to tell you about all the good things God is doing in our church family. Check out the many ministries offered at RCCG-CRA church and get involved! men, women and children. Also find out about Small Groups. Watch all our sermons online and check back for more media resources. Watch, listen or even download them. Don’t miss any of them.
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