Equipping Class: Processing Grief

Tuesdays, Starting January 12
7:00 pm

Led by: Nicole Hagerty (professional counselor)
Grief support is so important for anyone suffering through a loss. No one should grieve alone, even if the loss is just the loss of normal. 

In a season that is full of change and endings, we want to journey together to understand grief and support each other as we process our losses.



Equipping Class: Financial Equipping

Tuesdays, Starting January 12
7:00 pm

Do the words money or budgeting strike fear in your soul or make you want to run away and hide? Learning guiding financial principles and implementing a budget doesn’t have to be torturous. In fact, it provides a pathway to freedom!

Whether you’re new to money basics or need a refresher, gain and implement practical tools in this no-shame environment. 




Equipping Class: Marriage Course

Tuesdays, Starting January 12
7:00 pm

Led by: Marc Le Roux
Whether you’ve been married six months or 40 years, whether you’re in a good place or struggling, The Marriage Course offers practical support to strengthen your relationship. Be a part of 7 sessions designed to strengthen your relationship.

The course helps couples to:

• Communicate more effectively
• Understand each other’s needs
• Resolve conflict
• Recognize how upbringing affects your relationship
• Develop greater sexual intimacy
• And much, much more…




Mosaic Sunday’s with Shepherd’s Door

Sundays starting September 13
Portland Rescue Mission: Shepherd’s Door
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Mosaic family has the incredible opportunity to integrate the women and children of Shepherd’s Door into the life of our church during this season. Shepherd’s Door, a ministry of Portland Rescue Mission, is a one-year, Christ-centered, residential recovery community of about 35 women and 15 children (ages 10 and under). Through Shepherd’s Door, women and women with children who have suffered from homelessness, addiction, and other life traumas find refuge, restoration, and healing.

We dream of meaningful and encouraging relationships that breathe life into these women and children, as they experience transformation through Jesus and community.

Individuals, families, and House Gatherings are invited to join the Mosaic Virtual All-Church Worship Gathering at Shepherd’s Door and then participate in and/or facilitate small group discussions with the women of Shepherd’s Door as a House Gathering. Additional opportunities will exist to participate in the 9:30 am Mosaic Kids Sunday Story with families and provide kids programming throughout the morning.

For more information or to get involved, email Kim.

Be the Bridge 101

Be the Bridge 101 Group

Wednesdays, January 6 – February 24
Hosted by Netie & Doug Diller | Zoom
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

$10 (scholarships available)

The journey toward racial unity is not an easy process. Diving into the unknown can be daunting and it takes courage to move toward what is uncomfortable. Many of us look around and see that our communities are more divided than ever. Things feel stuck, and we want to do something. We have read the Bible and we have prayed for unity. But how do we, as the Body of Christ, actually become one?

Be the Bridge 101 is an eight-week study for people wanting to pursue the conversation on race and racism with others who are following Jesus. Come with a willingness to engage with sometimes uncomfortable material on this life-changing topic and know that there will be grace-filled listening and learning. Our vision is to become more courageous and resilient disciples as we grapple with God’s vision for us within the church and within our city.

Sign-up HERE.

Serve at Portland Rescue Mission

Every third Monday
Next: October 20 | Portland Rescue Mission: Burnside Shelter
5:30 – 7:30 pm

The Portland Rescue Mission serves breakfast and dinner 365 days a year and has adapted its meal service to follow CDC guidelines and keep volunteers and guests safe and fed.

Every month, Mosaic puts together a team to help serve a freshly cooked, nutritious meal to hundreds of people in need in downtown Portland. 

This is a great and accessible opportunity to serve as an individual, family, or House Gathering.

“I’m in!” Click HERE.

Questions? Email Connor

Mosaic Youth - Middle School

Wednesday evenings
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Mosaic Lower Level

Wednesday nights are an opportunity for students to be in community together with leaders who care about them, play games, win prizes, learn about your faith, and grow together with friends. Invite a friend, it’s a great time!

Questions? Want to be on the Parent Email List?
Email youth@mosaicportland.org

Mosaic Youth - High School

Wednesday evenings
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

High School can be the best time and the hardest time and we believe that you need a team to cheer you on, have your back, and challenge you to grow! Every Wednesday, the High School Community gathers to connect, have fun, learn, follow Jesus together. We believe that life with God is the best thing for us and we want you to be a part of it. Invite a friend and come on Wednesday!


Email: youth@mosaicportland.org

Sign up for the Parent Email List HERE.

Mosaic Women Winter Study

Women’s Book Study
Wednesdays, January 6 – April 27
Hosted by Tami Karjalainen | Zoom
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Does this sound familiar? When you are busy you feel guilty you are not spending time with family or God. Then, when you try to rest you feel guilty because there so much left to do. It is an endless cycle of overwork and exhaustion. I know what it is like to live exhausted. And I know what it is like to have Jesus set me free from stress and striving. If that is what you long for in this season come and join other weary worshippers as we journey through Glynnis Whitwer’s book Doing Busy Better: Enjoying God’s Gifts of Work and Rest.

Ask Questions:
Email: Tami Karjalainen

Space for God Retreat

An Experience of Solitude and Silence
January 22-23, 2021 | Mt. Angel Abbey
3:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Cost: $120 (includes 3 meals, guided materials, overnight stay)

In a year that has been termed “unprecedented” and in a culture of extreme busyness, we need quiet — now more than ever. Silence and solitude are key disciplines of faith, allowing space to seek after Jesus and listen. Start the new year with a 24-hour Space for God Retreat aimed to help your heart, mind, and soul experience solitude, silence, and rest with Jesus.

Space is limited.


Register HERE.

For any additional questions, please reach out to Shawn Mitchell.