Our Story

How it all started...

The history of the Restored House Chapel (TRHC) began at the Tuntis family residence
at Surrey, British Columbia, Canada on March 8th, 2009, at 11:30 am, marked the humble
beginnings of what would become The Restored House. Led by Pastor Solomon Tunti and joined
by his wife Shannon and family, along with elder John Asiamah, the church's journey unfolded
with a spirit of faith and perseverance.
After months of fellowship, the acquisition of the 1908 historic Reid's Garage at Fort
Langley, BC, became a pivotal moment. With diligent renovation efforts by the congregation, the
doors of The Restored House Chapel swung open in November 2009, heralding a new chapter in
their story. The official launch, graced by Rev. James Adjei and Rev. Emmanuel Ayedzi and Mrs.
Grace Ayedzi; Liberty House of Worship, marked not only the birth of a physical space, but the
birth of a vibrant community of believers.

Expanding the vision...

From those early days, the church embarked on a trajectory of growth and outreach,
culminating in baptisms in the waters of the Fraser River and the expansion of their mission
beyond the confines of their walls. However, the journey was not without its challenges. In 2016,
the congregation faced the need to relocate when the property owners decided to redevelop
Reid's Garage. Undeterred, they found temporary refuge at the Fort Langley Evangelical Free
Church, continuing their mission with unwavering determination.
During this time of transition, The Restored House Chapel expanded its reach, organizing
outreach events and rallies across British Columbia. The church's commitment to community
engagement led to the establishment of a second campus at Surrey, BC, reflecting its dedication
to fostering a multiethnic fellowship and worship.

Where we are headed...

In November 2019, The Restored House Chapel found its new and current campus at
Surrey, BC, amidst the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. With faith as their anchor, the
church kept their doors open. The congregation adapted, implementing safety protocols while
maintaining their commitment to spiritual nourishment and community support. Through Divine
Guidance and collective effort, the church emerged unscathed, a testament to God’s grace and
Today, The Restored House Chapel continues to embody its core mission of restoration,
development, and expansion. With a focus on global impact and the nurturing of future leaders,
the church remains steadfast in its commitment to embodying God's love and empowering
individuals for service. As they look to the future, The Restored House Chapel stands poised to
impacting lives and communities worldwide, guided by a vision of transformation and hope.

Be a part of our story...

Join us every Sunday as we gather to worship together a 10:00 am