Values are where we spend our time and energy. They are the non-negotiables—the foundation on which a community is built. These are the values of Mosaic.

Prayer (2 Chronicles 7:14)

We believe God not only hears and answers prayer, but has called His church to be a place of prayer (Mark 11:17). Prayer is the cornerstone of our relationship with God and the foundation of our work as a church.

Mission (Mt. 25:35-36, 40)

We believe God has given each of us unique gifts for ministry and we will find our fulfillment as we use these gifts in compassionate ways. We expect every member of Mosaic to release these spiritual gifts and to use them in service to others.

Worship (Deuteronomy 6:5)

We believe human beings were created to worship God. We worship God the Father because he created us; we worship God the Son because through the cross He redeemed us from our brokenness; we worship God the Holy Spirit because He guides us to live well and with joy.

Holiness (1 Peter 1:15)

We believe God’s design for humanity is holy living – the kind of living that bears the fruit of mercy, justice and humility (Micah 6:8). We embrace worship, Bible study, prayer, baptism, communion and tithing as means of grace pleasing to God which foster the holy life.

Evangelism (Acts 8:31)

We believe God has called His people to go out into the world to make disciples (Mt. 28:19). Our work as a church is to tell the story of Christ by preaching and teaching the scriptures to those who do not yet have a relationship with Him.

Community (Revelation 7:9-10)

We believe God’s divine community, when it is realized on earth (Mt. 6:10), will reach across boundaries of race, class, and nationality. Because these are God’s values, they are ours, too, and we will intentionally work to be a multiethnic community of faith.