Servant Leaders and Staff


Meet our Servant Leaders

Carolyn Moore, Pastor

Carolyn Moore is an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church. She was born and raised in Augusta and graduated from the University of Georgia (B.A. – Religion, 1985) and Asbury Theological Seminary (Masters of Divinity, 1998).

Carolyn served for five years as an associate pastor at Athens First United Methodist church (Athens, Georgia). In June of 2003, she was appointed home again to the Augusta area, where she and her family were given the joy of birthing Mosaic United Methodist Church.

Mosaic focuses on reaching people in the margins. In nine years of weekly worship, Mosaic has seen hundreds of baptisms and professions of faith. A satellite ministry serves adults with disabilities in downtown Augusta.

Carolyn has been joyfully married for 26 years to Steve Moore, a social studies teacher at Greenbrier High School. Their daughter, Claire, is a 2013 graduate of Reinhardt University.

My passion is for telling the story of Jesus Christ. I love sharing the truth I’ve found in Him! I love seeing broken people healed and lost people found. My family and I have found such a joy in being part of something as exciting as the start of a new church.

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Our community of faith is led by an operational team of volunteer and paid servants.

 Administrative Pastor



unnamedChristopher Goss, Director of Worship Arts, Youth and Young Adult Ministries

Christopher Goss is a guitar enthusiast, a fan C.S. Lewis’ writings, and,  above all, a passionate disciple of Jesus Christ! Christopher earned a B. A. in Music from Augusta State University in 2009 and has worked in ministry as a teacher and worship leader since graduating. Jesus said,”Now this is eternal life: that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent.” These words codify the fire in Christopher’s heart. Whether through leading worship, young adults, or youth he longs to see the people he is privileged to serve not simply know about God, but deeply know Him. Christopher seeks to help others not just understand the Bible, but to dynamically encounter the God of the Bible!

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Virginia Best (Ginny), Director of Children’s Ministry

It is a pleasure to welcome Ginny Best to our Mosaic family as our Director of Family and Children’s Discipleship. Ginny has been serving in ministry for nearly two decades in children’s, youth and pastoral ministries. She has received training from Asbury Seminary, the North Georgia Leadership Academy and Course of Study School, as well as a Master’s degree in Biblical Literacy from Concordia.

Ginny comes to us from serving two years as the part-time pastor of St. Paul United Methodist Church in Lincolnton; and from serving as a teacher with Augusta Christian Schools. Ginny has been married for more than thirty years to Jim, who works with Augusta Health. Together they enjoy time with their children and grandchildren.
Mostly, Ginny loves to serve. Her life and history are a testament to her heart for bringing people together with the love and truth of Jesus Christ. It is a privilege to have her servant heart among us as she takes her place as a leader for the next generation.
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20150320_081615Heather Glover, Director of Community Life

Heather has called Mosaic home since 2006. She has a deep passion for small group life, believing that small groups are where discipleship happens while lasting, loving relationships are formed. As our Director of Adult Discipleship, Heather’s mission is to help you discover the excitement for yourself as you find your place in the Mosaic family. Heather says, “Small groups help shape our walk with the Lord and allow us to share hope and life with together in a meaningful way. And there is nothing more rewarding than being a part of the life-changing process of discipleship!

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Kathleen Herlo, Creative Resource Manager

Kathleen joined Mosaic in 2007 after she, and her husband Ted, relocated to Augusta in 2005. Kathleen has a background in fine arts, computer graphics, and art history. She has a passion for Mosaic and its members.

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Judy Hutcheson, judy HutchinsonChurch Council Leader

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Steve Cutcliffe, Lay Minister

Steve CutcliffeSteve and wife Linda are active in the Imagine Campaign and participate in several service opportunities at Mosaic.  “I like Mosaic’s structure, from its warehouse building to small group synergy. Both features accommodate an understanding that God has an outward focused mission for us, active, loving and spiritual.”

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