The Restore Network

May is Foster Care Awareness Month!

Faith Family Church partners with The Restore Network, a local organization committed to changing the culture of foster care so every child experiences healing. Keep scrolling to find some of the many ways you can get involved.


Want to learn more about becoming a foster parent?

Restore's Foster & Adopt 101 Workshop is designed to offer honest and transparent answers to your most pressing questions while teaching the basics of the foster care process.

Here’s what won’t happen:

You won't be judged. We have heard every question and concern before and we’ve probably thought it ourselves.

You won't be pressured. We understand that a session like this is simply part of the discovery process.

You won't be rushed. While you will have the opportunity to move forward, the decision is entirely yours!

Here's what will happen:

You will get all your questions answered, in your group or privately.

You will leave with an understanding of the process.

You will be so glad you followed the nudge to attend.

Join Pastor Curtis after service on Sunday, May 19 for this class.

Lunch and childcare are provided!


Are you already involved in Foster Care?

Calling all champions of the Foster care community! Whether you're a dedicated foster parent, a compassionate DCFS professional, a CASA worker committed to advocacy, or a legal guardian making crucial decisions, your tireless efforts are shaping the lives of vulnerable children. Join us for a light lunch after the service, where you can connect with others who share your passion, and discover how Faith Family is here to support you in your incredible work!

After service on Sunday, May 26.

Please RSVP to let us know you're coming. 


Hope for the Journey Conference

This conference is designed to offer tools to anyone who works with kiddos who have experienced trauma including church staff, teachers, nurses, foster parents, etc.

Redemption Community Church

May 17th & 18th

Child Care Provided by YMCA (Children must be potty trained)

Meals & Snacks provided.


Are you looking for other ways to serve?

At The Restore Network, we know that the thought of children hurting is unbearable to you. You may not be in a position to foster a child yourself, but you have to do something.

The Restore Network was created to help the church work together to respond to the needs of vulnerable children. We simply aren’t all called to foster, but we each have a part to play in the solution to a problem that we can solve. Providing critical support to foster families as a volunteer allows more of them to open their homes to the kids who need them.

As a volunteer, you make it possible for children to know that they are secure, loved, and wanted.

You can help children heal.


For more information on how Restore Network is changing the culture of foster care, visit the restore network website.