We want to care for our city by meeting real needs in Portland with our creativity, people, and financial resources with no strings attached, but with the hope of making Jesus known. Currently, God has called Mosaic to engage in four areas of need in our city: Schools, Poverty, Anti-Trafficking & Foster Kids. Mosaic strives to be the hands & feet of Jesus by serving and seeking justice for people within these areas of need.
The primary way that Mosaic engages in these four areas and meets other needs in our city is through discipling and equipping Life Groups to serve together regularly. Click here to learn about Life Groups and sign up to join a group. There are also several church-wide projects throughout the year that are open to the entire Mosaic community.
Mosaic works alongside the following local partners in these efforts:
»Scott School: A socio-economically diverse K-8th grade school located in Portland’s NE Cully neighborhood.
» Madison High School: A highly diverse campus on NE 82nd Ave that pulls students from Scott School.
To get involved, contact Kim: email@example.com
» Door to Grace: Door to Grace exists to bring safe and loving family to sexually exploited children. Through creating a home-like environment and mentor volunteers, Door to Grace seeks to serve those deeply affected by commercial sex-trafficking.
To get involved, contact Vicki: firstname.lastname@example.org
» The Family Room: The vision of the program is to provide home-like visitation for parents and children involved in the Child Welfare System where parents will practice safe and nurturing ways of interacting with their children.
To get involved, contact Kimberlee: email@example.com
» Portland Rescue Mission (Burnside Shelter & Shepherd’s Door): A Christ-centered organization that seeks to break the generational cycle of homelessness by offering emergency services and long-term recovery programs to homeless men, women, and children.
To get involved, contact Stephanie: firstname.lastname@example.org
» Northwest Children’s Outreach: A faith-based non-profit organization that provides clothes, shoes, books, toys, and hygiene products to underprivileged children whose families are receiving family services from other service organizations. NCO is a volunteer-run organization that relies heavily on community support and involvement. In 2015, NCO provided services to 45,000 children through its six centers in the Portland Metropolitan and Vancouver areas.
To get involved, contact Mary: email@example.com