Restoration Ministries of Greater Cleveland, Inc.

    "Revived, Renewed, Restored Through Christ!"

New Outreach Endeavor 2023: "R.E.A.C.H."

In 2023, Restoration Ministries will launch our new outreach endeavor, "R.E.A.C.H."  The acronym stands for Restoration, Education, Advocacy, Collaboration and Hope."

Mission Statement: Through educational, local and national partnerships, REACH will create ongoing paths to healthier living options for underserved youth in low income communities and suburbs in the Greater Cleveland, Ohio area.

Vision Statement: Through REACH, healthier living options for youth will be a reality in our community, honoring the dignity of all people. Through collaborations with like-minded organizations, REACH will offer three primary initiatives:

  • Can We Talk? Open dialogue sessions with local teens about the pressures of being a teen (premarital sex, drugs, violence, dating, etc.). Offered in collaboration with health care professionals, clergy and community leaders.
  • Career Connections: In collaboration with local schools will expose students to various career/vocational options as well as internship opportunities within businesses. Resume` building and employment opportunities after successful completion will also be explored.
  • Health Talk Series: Offered quarterly on various topics related to physical, psychological, social and economic health, will give youth an opportunity to ask questions, offer suggestions for health topics as well as to receive information about health issues they may not have considered.
Learn more about R.E.A.C.H.


Restoration Ministries continues the collaborative groundwork developed through Covenant Baptist Church. Below are several of our ministry endeavors:

"Healthy Temples: Supporting Healthy Minds, Bodies and Spirits:" A special series of workshops and events designed to educate community members on healthy eating and living practices as well as to offer bags of fresh produce to class participants. Collaborative partners in the past have included the Cleveland Clinic, Simon's Grocery Store, Ohio SNAP-Ed and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health.

Common Ground

Common Ground is an initiative of the Cleveland Foundation, designed to draw communities together through intentional conversations. The Foundation states,  "United by a common question, all Common Ground conversations have the same goal: to create spaces where meaningful connections are made and purposeful actions begin." In 2018 our ministry began to participate in Common Ground, along with other community members to address food insecurity in Cuyahoga County. Today, Restoration Ministries serves as a Common Ground conversation host, with conversations scheduled throughout the year. The goal is for the conversations to lead to strategies to address issued raised.

Project Hope for the Homeless:  Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets provided

National and International Missions Support: Restoration Ministries joins with our denominational partners to offer monetary support to address community, national and international during disasters and other times of critical need.

"Faith in the City:" A collaboration between clergy and churches to address community needs in the Euclid, Ohio area