Who We Are
Restoration Church: Loudoun is a campus of Floris United Methodist Church. We are a new faith community in the Dulles South area focused on transforming lives and building community. We strive to be church that is centered on Jesus Christ, who taught us to love God with all our hearts and minds and to love our neighbor as we love ourselves.
Frequently Asked Questions
The name “Restoration” comes from a belief that we are all deeply loved by God, and through God we can experience hope and renewal. At Restoration, we strive to be a church where all people can come as they are, find community, build real relationships and grow in their faith.
Are you affiliated with another church?
Yes. We are a campus of Floris United Methodist Church. Floris UMC helps grow new faith communities to connect with people who don’t currently go to church or don’t feel connected to a community.
Where do you worship?
We worship weekly on Sundays at Mercer Middle School at 10 a.m.
How do we contact you?
Our pastor, Jake, would love to meet you. Simply email him at .
Meet the Pastor
Jake McGlothin is the pastor of Restoration Church. Originally from Louisiana, Jake has spent the last eight years leading ministries of compassion and social justice at Floris United Methodist Church. As a pastor, Jake is passionate about teaching, relationship building and community engagement. Jake is married to Robin and they have two children, Mack and Stella. Jake is also a purple belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and can cook like a champ.
Meet the Worship Leader
Amy Cox is the interim worship leader for Restoration Church. A singer-songwriter and worship leader, Amy has led worship and shared her original music across the country. Most recently, Amy served as the worship leader at Restoration’s Reston Campus and she is excited to be a part of what God is doing in Loudoun! Amy also loves road trips, telling stories, and drinking a morning cup of coffee.
Meet the Children's Ministry Coordinator
Jennifer Vanderburgh began working with Restoration Loudoun in February 2019. She is responsible for coordinating the children’s and family ministry at the Restoration campus in Loudoun County, a task that she enjoys whole-heartedly. She loves to see children’s eyes light up when they hear how much God truly loves them. Jennifer is originally from Atlanta but moved to DC after high school to get her BA in French and Government from Georgetown University. After living in Boston, she and her husband moved to Northern Virginia, and they now live in Centreville with their two darling daughters.