Who We Are
Restoration Tabernacle sets the foundation for strong communities in Perryville, MD. We are a branch of the Kingdom of God that is intensely kingdom focused, fervently praying, loving people, and constantly building a relationship with Jesus Christ. We see RTab leading the world to salvation, deliverance, and restoration.
In addition to our community services, we organize regular meetings and activities so that our members can join together and support our communities from day to day.
We are always happy to meet new people - everyone is welcome!
What We Do
Restoration Tabernacle is a non-profit, religious organization that provides outreach and resources to people and families who are experiencing temporary set-backs due to unemployment, illness or other life-changing events.
The Restoration Tabernacle CDB (Connie Denise Bass) Food Factory provides meals to families in need. The Diane Bass Chemo Pals provide companionship for Chemotherapy patients during their Chemo treatments and the "No Mo' Chemo" Campaign is enlightening people all over the world of the fight against cancer. We offer lots of other invaluable community services, such as vocational training, parenting classes, temporary shelter for displaced families and more.
What Keeps Us Going
"We relocated to this area a couple months ago, and did not have a job or home. Without the generous support of Restoration Tabernacle and its supporters, I don't know how we would have coped during those difficult times." ~ Anonymous
The Foundations of Restoration Tabernacle
Restoration Tabernacle was founded on Isaiah 61:3 ~ "To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give to them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that he might be glorified."
Our work is founded on the following five pillars of faith:
• A duty to reach out to the less fortunate
• An obligation to lead by example
• An all-inclusive approach
• Acceptance of the fact that we, too, may someday require assistance in our time of need
• The path to salvation lies in volunteering
Meet Our Leadership