Mission Statement

At the heart of the Gospel is the restoration of relationship between God and us and us and each other.Restoration Ministries is entirely non-denominational and our Board members are drawn from the Catholic and Presbyterian traditions.

Welcome to Restoration Ministries

Restoration Ministries is a faith driven organisation that aims to restore and strengthen broken persons and broken society through prayer, listening, hospitality and teaching.

Rev Ruth Patterson

Our Director is a Presbyterian minister, Retreat Director, Conference Speaker and Spiritual Director.
  • Spiritual Direction

    Spiritual Direction

    In RM we offer spiritual direction in an atmosphere of prayer and confidentiality with no fees but voluntary donation.

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  • Prayer Ministry

    Prayer Ministry

    Restoration Ministries does not offer a counselling service but rather a listening ear and opportunity, if so desired, to be prayed with.

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  • Noon Prayer

    Noon Prayer

    Noon Prayer for Peace, Healing and Reconciliation

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  • Open House

    Open House

    Wednesday Prayer every week from 11am to 1.30pm. All Welcome

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Latest News

Advent Reflection Day 2017
Advent Reflection Day 2017
Restoration Through Friendship - A time to reflect - St Brigid's Parish Hall, Derryvolgie Avenue, Belfast. Saturday 9th December. 2 - 5pm. All Welcome!
Advent Retreat in Lee Abbey
Advent Retreat in Lee Abbey
Rev Ruth Patterson leading a 5 day retreat in Lee Abbey, North Devon. Monday 27th November - 1st December 2017.
An Ecumenical Journey
An Ecumenical Journey
Fr Eddie O'Donnell & Rev Ruth Patterson Cookstown on Monday 13th November 2017
Raphoe Diocesan Priests Conference
Raphoe Diocesan Priests Conference
'Rediscovering Ourselves in God' - Raphoe Diocesan Priests Conference on Monday 23rd - Thursday 26th October 2017. Ruth Patterson speaking on Wednesday.
Kilmore Diocesan Priests Conference
Kilmore Diocesan Priests Conference
Rev Patterson addressing the Kilmore Diocesan Priests' Conference today -'Ecumenism in Ireland Today'