Gathering together is an essential expression of Jesus’s church as we unite to proclaim him King. This rallying point in our week gives space to worship in song, learn from scripture, and participate in community virtually with discussion, prayer, and communion.
Watch online at 10:00 am, then join a Virtual House Gathering!
House Gatherings, virtual and in-person, are the primary way to be known, know others, and participate in community at Mosaic. Every Sunday these groups gather to connect, pray, and take communion. In a season where disconnection is the norm, House Gatherings provide an opportunity to live in authentic community.
HELPING PEOPLE & COMMUNITIES IMPACTED BY OREGON WILDFIRES
Abide: Worship + Prayer
Sunday nights through October, come sing, pray, and experience the rest that Jesus offers as we choose to worship, trust, and set down our burdens.
Alpha is a place to explore the Christian faith with others. It’s a series of conversations focused on the questions of life, faith, and meaning. Each session includes a time to connect with others, hear a talk on some element of faith, and then a chance for people to share their own questions and perspectives with the group.
Kids & Youth
Mosaic is passionate about helping kids and young people find new life in Jesus and a home in the church. Throughout the year, Mosaic Kids and Mosaic Youth have great opportunities for families to connect and grow together. Check out each page for information and to get involved.
Racial Reconciliation & Justice Resources
We seek to actively confront injustice and sin in us, our city, country, and world. We believe that justice and reconciliation are central to the character of God and the heart of the Good New of Jesus. This guide has been put together to help our church family respond individually and corporately as we listen, repent, learn and act.
COVID-19 Response / How can we help?
We’re all in this together.
Current Series: Anchored
Jesus had a peculiar response to chaos and crisis: In a storm, he fell asleep. When beaten he remained silent. Urged to defend himself, he said he was part of another world. He was modeling for his followers, then and now, how to be securely dependent on his Father in any situation.
As we live in the wind and waves of this chaotic and uncertain moment, the invitation of Jesus is to be anchored with him and to become like him. He invites us to be secure, confident, hopeful, discerning, and faithful followers of our God who is in control in all circumstances.