New Restoration Christian Cathedral is a non-denominational Christian church that is Christ-centered, Bible based and Holy Spirit filled and guided. New Restoration Christian Cathedral is spiritual hospital where healing and restoration can take place. Jesus said, " Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. " We accept you the way you are, but recognize that you don't have to stay that way.
Pastor Derrick Holloway was born April 4, 1970, He was raised in Hillside, New Jersey. He recieved a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry from Howard University in May 1992. He did graduate research in Organic Chemistry in 1993. He was ordained in 1995 the year he founded the New Restoration Christian Cathedral. The Lord has commissioned Pastor Holloway to make a significant difference and bring wholistic restoration ( spirit, soul, and body ) to the inner city as we approach the 21st century. Pastor Holloway has a burden to reach those in need of restoration, train disciples who will make other disciples, and to revisit the basic teachings and principles of the Christian faith. Pastor Holloway is known for ministering restoration and deliverance through his powerful preaching of familiar Bible passages. Weekly Services Sundays 10:30 Corporate Prayer 10:45 Children's Church 11:00 Festive Worship Service Mondays 7:30 School of Spiritual Growth Tuesdays 7:00 Word Explosion ( Bible Study ) Wednesday 6:00 am- 6:00 pm- Church Fast 7:30 pm Minister's Classes Leadership Classes The Vision Where there is no vision, the people perish....." Proverbs 29:18 The church has always been a focal point
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