First Sundays Together
Gathering together is an essential expression of Jesus’s church as we unite to proclaim him King.
On the first Sunday of each month, we gather as a unified expression of our church family for in-person and Livestreamed gatherings at Mosaic.
Mosaic Online + House Gatherings
On the other Sundays of the month, we participate in Worship & Teaching through Mosaic Online and meet in House Gatherings all over the city.
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, learn, pray, and take communion.
Annual Update 2020 - 2021
Gain practical skills and wisdom to apply in following Jesus in every area of life!
Through worship, we turn our love for God into a tangible expression of gratitude and thanksgiving to the one who gives us life and breath.
Precautions will be in place with smaller gatherings, spaced seating, and mask-wearing.
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.
Current Teaching Series: Prayers of Renewal
Woven throughout the Bible is the story of new life following crisis and death. Across the history of Jesus’s followers, we see movements of revival in the midst of apathy and disobedience. As we now live in a time of unsettling change and transition, there is a growing hope and expectation for a new move of God.
God’s work of renewal always follows the prayers of a faithful and creative few who are devoted to seeking him above all else. This summer, we want to rise to the challenge of becoming this kind of people in our time for the renewal of our neighborhoods, city, and world.