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Find your place and follow Jesus at Mosaic.

There are two ways for newcomers to connect at Mosaic:

Every First Sunday Food & Fellowship

After both services, meet the staff and servant leaders of Mosaic UMC. This informal get together is a great way to meet some of Mosaic’s people and to get a little more information about our church.


There are three ways for anyone to connect at Mosaic.

1. Love God.

Jesus taught that the first and greatest commandment is to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength.

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.

Worship happens at Mosaic through corporate praise and also through prayer. 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.

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2. Love others.

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.

We also believe that we love others as we follow Jesus together. We embrace a small group structure and in every group, we promote worship, Bible study, prayer, baptism, communion, tithing and Christian fellowship.

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3. Serve the world.

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 use them in service to others.

We also believe God has called His people to go out into the world to make disciples (Matthew 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.

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