Mosaic Youth

Welcome! However you found yourself here, we’re so glad to have you. We’re a community of students who treat each other like family and are seeking to know Jesus.

Mosaic loves students and believes that young people are ready to follow Jesus now. In a sea of competing voices and paths to take, we want students to know that they are created for a life full of hope and meaning. We want them to know that Jesus loves them and that they are empowered by the Holy Spirit to share God’s love with their friends. This happens through partnership with families, the leading and investment of incredible teams of volunteer leaders, and opportunities to honestly explore faith in community.

For more information and to get on the Parent Email List, email: youth@mosaicportland.org.

Check out all the fun and meaningful ways we’ll get outside, play, serve, and grow together in community this summer:

 

 

End-of-School / Summer Kickoff Party

Wednesday, June 15 | Mosaic
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

We’re so excited for the end of the school year and the start of summer!

Come hang out with the whole Mosaic youth community to eat, play, and laugh as we celebrate and look forward to what’s next. Theme announced soon!

High School Youth

Sign up for the Parent Email List HERE.

Instagram: @mosaicyouth_hs

Questions? Email: Connor@mosaicportland.org

Summer Wednesday Nights

Starting June 29 | Beverly Cleary Field
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Summer Wednesday nights mean getting outside to enjoy the warm weather, playing ridiculous games, connecting with old and new friends, and growing together as we follow Jesus together . . . all planned by YOU!

Sign-up to be on the Summer Planning Team for high school Wednesday Nights HERE.

 

Serve Project: NEFP


Thursday, July 14
9:00 am – 2:00 pm

 

Northeast Emergency Food Program (NEFP) is one of the largest distributors of free food to people in need in our state!

We get to partner with the awesome people at NEFP to prep, set up, and run their distribution day on July 14, helping thousands of people collect much-needed groceries and supplies. This is an amazing opportunity to participate in expressing God’s love to others in a tangible way and contribute to a mission that is making a huge difference!

Serving is one of the main ways we live like Jesus, grow to care about the things he does, and show his love to the world around us. It’s good for us, we can make a real difference, and when we do it together it ends up being really fun! 

 

RSVP HERE.
Parents, if you want to jump in to serve with us, we’d love to have you!

 

High School Camp at Trout Creek

June 20-25 | Trout Creek Bible Camp
$345

Head to camp at Trout Creek with other students from Mosaic!

Five actions packed days of non-stop craziness for high school campers. Next-level fun, deep relationships, late nights, wild games, and like a million super-secret activities that only happen THIS WEEK.

High school campers will also have the opportunity to experience a wide variety of camp activities like a nightly fireside, swimming every day, going on a canoe ride, swinging on the big swing, driving a go-kart, practicing their archery skills, climbing walls, playing with friends in the gaga ball pit, and experiencing high school only activities like Paintball, the T.C. Live Talent Show, Zip Line, and Night Games.

Counselors and staff will be with the campers every step of the way, engaging in fun camp activities and showing God’s love to campers throughout the week.

Register HERE.

Southern Oregon: Fire Relief Trip

Sunday, July 31 – Thursday, August 4 | Southern Oregon
$399

It will be a long road to recovery for survivors of the Almeda Fire that ravaged the Southern Oregon towns of Phoenix and Talent in September of 2020. More than 2,300 homes have been lost, 40,000 people have been displaced, and more than 80% of the children of the local school district have been affected.

Affordable housing for many people in Southern Oregon is a problem. Several mobile home parks and apartment buildings were lost. Many of these people did not carry insurance on their places of residence because they simply could not afford it.

Mosaic high school students and adults are partnering with Forward Edge International to be a part of God’s story bringing beauty from ashes as we partner with the robust ministry community in the area. Read more about the trip HERE.

Email Connor to register.

Middle School Youth

Sign up for the Parent Email List HERE.

Questions? Email: Yaohan@mosaicportland.org

Summer Wednesday Nights

Starting June 22 | Grant Park
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Summer Wednesday nights mean getting outside to enjoy the warm weather, playing ridiculous games, connecting with old and new friends, and growing together as we follow Jesus together.

 

Middle School Camp at Trout Creek

July 11- July 16 | Trout Creek Bible Camp
$335

Head to camp at Trout Creek with other students from Mosaic!

Five actions packed days of non-stop craziness for middle school campers. Next-level fun, deep relationships, late nights, wild games, and like a million super-secret activities.

Middle school campers will also have the opportunity to experience a wide variety of camp activities like a nightly fireside, swimming every day, going on a canoe ride, swinging on the big swing, driving a go-kart, practicing their archery skills, climbing walls, playing with friends in the gaga ball pit, and experiencing high school only activities like Paintball, the T.C. Live Talent Show, Zip Line, and Night Games.

Counselors and staff will be with the campers every step of the way, engaging in fun camp activities and showing God’s love to campers throughout the week.

Register HERE.

Parents

Mosaic Youth desires to be a support and encouragement for the whole Mosaic community by caring for students and their families. We recognize that parents have immense influence in the lives of the students we serve and we as a ministry want to provide tools and support where appropriate. Please let us know how we can serve your family or connect you with a resource for your students.

Student Leadership

Students are capable of leading and influencing their world for good, and Mosaic Youth seeks to create a culture in which students know God by serving him. Jesus is a servant and teaches us to serve one another and participate as more than a consumer in his church. There is much to gain from serving and we provide opportunities for students desiring to grow in this way. There are opportunities to serve on Sundays, Wednesday nights, and throughout the year on mission and service trips.