The Kingdom Restoration Society (KRS) is an international mission agency, headquartered at New City St Louis. In its local mission outreach, NCF operates on two levels that are often interwoven, but still remain organizationally distinct from one another. There are things we do missionally in our own community that are more exclusively the work of New City Fellowship as a church and then there are areas of outreach that we do collectively with groups of other Christians and other churches throughout the St Louis area.
The same is true in our global mission work. We do U.S. mission work and partner with others to do global mission work. The venue for partnership locally is called Restore St Louis. The venue for partnership globally is The Kingdom Restoration Society (KRS). Last year nearly $400,000 in donations passed through this Mission Society. Those are all donations outside the NCF Missions Budget. The activities of KRS include many of the activities listed in our Missions brochure, but involve individuals and churches who want to partner with us in those fields of ministry without giving funds to New City Fellowship. The international board of directors includes Macklann Basse (Togo), Leon Mukendi (D R Congo), Zam Khat Kham (Burma), Joe Muutuki (Nairobi), and Barry Henning (St Louis).
At New City Fellowship St Louis we use KRS as the structure for sending our own short-term missionaries overseas, including Tim and Kathy Rice working in Vanga, Congo, and Daniel and April Murphree learning Burmese in Seattle as preparation to move to Myanmar. The most recent change to the charteTim and Kathy Ricer of KRS is that it is now functioning as an Ordination Society which means New City St Louis, New City Lomé, New City Kinshasa, New City Nairobi and New City Burma can all ordain leaders and church planters for the gospel ministry.