Life is challenging when we don’t know what the future holds, the unknown is scary; going through the wilderness time is challenging; looking forward to better times is hopeful; and through all these times no matter what we are facing, trusting God who is the same yesterday today and tomorrow is what gives us strength for the journey. We're starting a new series Sunday October 3rd and we can't wait to see you.
Traditional Worship at 915 (in the sanctuary)
Contemporary Worship at 915 and 1045 am (in the tent)
Mosaic Church Online Worship at 1045

A little about us

We welcome all

We stand by broken hearts

From group studies to weekend meetups, Sunday's gathering to Saturday morning coffee for men and women, we have dozens of opportunities for people to gather together in community weekly, encouraging one another closer to a life devoted to Christ.
Mosaic Church is a place where people can meet Jesus, believers can engage in life-giving community, and everyone is welcome. We believe in creating a space where people can have authentic encounters with Christ, discover their gifts and use them for Him. Join us for our Sunday services! 

Church is wherever you are.

We are doing it now and for as long as it takes. We are adjusting to a new normal like everyone else. Worship with us in a casual setting. From your own house, living room, dining room or bedroom, whatever you prefer. The important thing is to gather in community, even if it is virtual. Mosaic wants to be real and authentic. We are hunkering down on our values and believe that worshipping with you online doesn't mean highly produced or even tightly scripted.  Host a watch party virtually or in your own space however you wish. Let's make this happen because the world is getting a little bit more Gospel everyday in these times.

2021 Breakthrough Prayer

Every year we commit to reciting the same prayer every day. 
We believe that God has something amazing in store for our community.
Click the link below  to download the prayer for yourself and your family,  
and join  us in prayer at 520 am or 520 pm.