OUR VISION: To be a diverse, evolving, inviting community committed to the radically inclusive love of Christ on the earth.

An adjective meaning "Showing a great deal of variety; very different. ‘a culturally diverse population’"
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And the Vision continues.... In 2016, Pastor Hayes took a moment to cast the vision for the church.
Listen to his heart as to why there is a place called ReNewal Fellowship.







Giving is more than a notion, it is the way we care for and sustain the work of ministry.

We do not see giving as a burden, rather we view it as an opportunity to sow our seeds of faith. Please cast your seeds upon this ground, for it is "good ground" in which to sow.


Bishop-Elect Hayes is 48 and has been preaching for 23 years. He obtained his Bachelor’s of Science in Social Studies and Teaching Certificate from Lees McRae. In 2013, he obtained his Masters of Divinity from Wake Forest.

Bishop-Elect Roger Eugene Billingsley-Hayes

Senior Pastor
Married to Bishop-Elect and is also proud father of two children. He is also a Personal Trainer and ZUMBA instructor.

Tunnie Billingsley-Hayes

1st Gentleman/Prophet/Evangelist

Michele Wright

Head Deacon

Mirian Hayes


Michelle Hawks




It is the aim of RFUCC to create an environment where persons are free to live their individual truth. We will reject any misguided messages of self-hatred, intolerance, or prejudice that fail to acknowledge that all individuals are fearfully and wonderfully made in the likeness and image of God. We will intentionally resist the desire to tell individuals what and how to think. We will seek to provide individuals with the tools to think for themselves.

Radical Inclusivity:

It is the goal of RFUCC to create a place where all may feel free to worship, serve, and grow spiritually - without regard to race, ethnicity, social class, age, gender/gender identity, or affectional orientation. We will create a safe place for all persons to flourish - especially women, same-gender-loving individuals and their allies, trans-gendered persons, persons in recovery, the recently incarcerated, the economically disenfranchised, and persons infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. We will seek to proclaim the same message proclaimed on the day of Pentecost; that God continues to pour out God's spirit upon all persons.

People Not Organization:

RFUCC will seek to build up individuals; believing that if we are faithful to this task, God will provide space for the work to which we are called. It will be our aim to direct the bulk of our resources to efforts that provide services for and improve the quality of life for both our clergy and members of the wider community.

Social Justice:

Liberating the oppressed is the heart and soul of the gospel message. We will seek to do relevant ministry that dismantles oppressive systems and ideologies that prevent individuals and groups of people from experiencing whole, healthy, and Godly lives. We will seek to establish a community that takes seriously the justice-centered message of Jesus Christ.


We will strive to honor individuality while at the same time, we will seek to build community; always honoring the least among us - even when and especially when that makes us uncomfortable. We will celebrate God's diversity.

Healthy Individuals:

RFUCC endeavors to create a community that fosters balanced psychological, spiritual, and physical health. We will seek to partner with agencies and social institutions to provide holistic ministry to persons in need of basic health, educational, and psycho-social services.


Relevance to our culture is not optional. We will strive to communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ in ways that are both liberating and culturally-sensitive. We will seek to provide quality ministry to populations that have been under-served by the traditional church.


Deacon Michelle Hawks shared how ReNewal Fellowship has impacted her life.

Deacon Michelle Hawks

Sister Gwen shares from her heart.

Sister Gwen

Lady Hawks opens up our hearts

Lady Hawks



    Contact Details

    • 336-999-7569
    • marketing@renewalfellowship.org
    • http://ReNewalFellowship.org
    • 1350 Jonestown Rd
      Winston Salem, NC 27103

    • Sunday School: 1st/3rd @ 9:30 am
      Sunday Worship: Weekly @ 11:00 am
      SST: 2nd/4th @ 7:00 pm

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