Mosaic Sundays

This Sunday | In-person at Mosaic & Online
10:00 am

Gathering together is an essential expression of Jesus’s church as we unite to proclaim him King. Participate in person at Mosaic or on Mosaic Online.


Sunday Pre-Gathering Prayer

Sundays | Mosaic
9:30 am – 9:50 am

Come a few minutes early to the Sunday gathering to seek God together, asking him to move in a new way in and through us as a church for the good of Mosaic, our city, and the world.


Sundays: Mosaic Kids

Sundays | Mosaic
10:00 am

Each Sunday, kids from infant – 5th grade are welcomed into a safe and fun community committed to their growth as world-changing followers of Jesus. Come ready to play and learn with caring volunteers and age-appropriate activities.

Bible in One Year Reading Plan

Starting Sunday, October 1 | Bible App

Psalm 1 tells us that someone who meditates on God’s Word is like a well-watered and flourishing tree! Through the practice of engaging Scripture daily, we learn and are shaped by the the story, character, and voice of God. 

Sign-on to read through the Bible in one year with others in the Mosaic community using the “Bible in One Year” plan on the Bible App.

Mosaic Youth: Wednesday Nights

Homework Club & Wednesday Night Youth
Wednesdays | Mosaic

3:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Homework Club starts at 3:30 pm! Get your homework done and have dinner! Bring your homework, bring a friend, and come hang out at Mosaic before Youth.

Mosaic Youth starts at 7:00 pm! Middle school and high school students are invited to hang out with other students, caring adult leaders, and an awesome community that is exploring faith and learning to follow Jesus together.



Dollar Pizza Mondays

Mondays | Mosaic
11:41 am – 12:14 pm

High School Students — we’ve got lunch covered for Mondays!

Grab a few friends and get over to Mosaic on Mondays for lunch. One dollar gets you slices and an easy way to connect with friends and church.

Speak Out PDX: Underdogs Club

Fridays, starting December 1 | Mosaic Lower Level
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Underdogs Club is a community committed to working on mental health through the lenses of spiritual formation, psychology, and practical tools. We believe there is power in community, we love Jesus, and we actively promote therapy.

What does a typical Underdogs Club look like? We do a quick mental health check in, learn tools and tips together to manage our mental health, and spend the rest of our time working through a variety of spiritual formation practices.

The cohort starting in December is focusing on both anxiety & depression. Underdogs Club is open to anyone 18 years and older.


Advent Project: Restart Kits for Refugee Care Collective

Drop off in Mosaic Lobby through Advent

Refugees arrive to Oregon with few possessions and have to quickly build their lives again. Restart kits are plastic tubs filled with essential household items, and a complete set is formed by eight unique restart kits – one for each area of the home. The kits are received by newly arriving families and individuals, meeting a tangible need and communicating a message of welcome. It’s a first step in saying, “You are not alone. We are for you. You are welcome here.”

Right now RCC is in need of Kitchen Kit #2, Bathroom, and Twin Bedding Kits.

Build a kit as an individual, family, or community and bring it to Mosaic on a Sunday during Advent!

Advent Project: Giving Tree Gifts for Project 48

Drop off in Mosaic Lobby through Sunday, December 10

An average of 160 kids every month come into foster care in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties. The first 48 hours are a challenging time for foster children and the mission of Project 48 is to provide them with bags of high-quality goods and necessities within the first hours of coming into care.

Select an Holiday Giving Tree Tag for a specific teen. Purchase desired items and place in a box or bag with teen’s “tag number” from the website.

Bring the box to Mosaic by December 10 (third week of Advent).

Christmas Eve

Sunday, December 24 | Mosaic
10:00 am & 9:00 pm

On Christmas Eve we celebrate the culmination of a great story: A world in darkness has received the God-given light of salvation in Jesus! This holy night would change the course of all things, bringing comfort to the hopeless and the joy of relationship with our creator God — the one we were meant for all along.

Candlelight gatherings at 10:00 am & 9:00 pm.
Childcare available for Infants – Age 5.

Space for God Retreat

January 19-21 | Mt. Angel Abbey

Life is noisy! Through guidance in contemplative practices and generous time for solitude and rest, a Space for God Retreat provides space to slow down and be present with Jesus. It is designed to provide both spiritual and physical rest and replenishment.

This two night retreat, led by Shawn and Sue Mitchell will have five guided group sessions and 40 hours set aside for the practices of solitude, silence, and stillness — all hosted at Mt. Angel Abbey in Mt. Angel, OR.

Lodging and meals included!

Register HERE.

Email: Shawn & Sue Mitchell