Thursday Bible Study

Thursdays, June 18 – August 27
7:00 pm

Through the summer, a team of Mosaic volunteer leaders will guide us through studies covering a variety of topics. You’re invited to go deep in Scripture this summer, led by others in the Mosaic family who are passionate about knowing God and experiencing him through his word.

Follow this link.

Mosaic Women Summer Study

Get Out of Your Head, by Jennie Allen


Tuesday Evenings, August 4 – September 8
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Hosted by Tami Karjalainen | Zoom

Thursday Mornings, August 6 – September 10
10:30 am – 11:30 am
Hosted by Brynn Krause | Zoom


Are your thoughts holding you captive? Get Out of Your Head is a Biblical guide to discovering how to submit our minds to Christ because how we think shapes how we live. As we surrender every thought to Jesus, the promises of God flood our lives in profound ways.

RSVP for either study time here.

Questions? Email

Mosaic Kids - Park Life

Mondays, June 29 – August 31
Grant Park
12:00 pm

Families, come out to the park on Mondays. Let the kids play and get to know other Mosaic families!

For more information, email Marc.

The full Summer Calendar is available HERE.

Summer Youth - Middle School

Wednesday evenings, June 24 – August 27

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Next Wednesday kicks off Summer Youth for both groups. Students who just finished 5th grade through heading into 8th grade in the Fall are invited for a full summer of playing, connecting, and growing together.

The full Summer Calendar is available HERE.

Questions? Want to be on the Parent Email List?

Summer Youth - High School

Wednesday evenings, June 24 – August 27

7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

The location varies week to week, but every Wednesday we’ll be together, do something fun, and have meaningful conversation about Jesus and faith. Students going into 9th-12th grade are invited!

The full Summer Calendar is available HERE.

Questions? email:
Sign up for the Parent Email List HERE.


Next Baptism Sunday

When a person trusts Jesus for the first time, they move from spiritual death to new life. Baptism is a symbolic act that publicly demonstrates this inward change. It’s one way to respond to Jesus in obedience and gives our church family an opportunity to celebrate that Jesus changes lives.

If you have questions about what it means to follow Jesus and be baptized, or just want to know more about what the experience will be like, we want to talk to you. No question is too big or too small.

For more information, email Adam.