The Mosaic Band will rock the house at Dominick Lofino Park. Bring your kids hang out at our kid's zone. We will have prizes to local restaurants and stores in the area.The concert will be held at the ampitheater overlooking the lake. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. In the case of rain, concerts will be held under the picnic shelter.
There was so many great friendship that started through our ESL (English As A Second Language) classes during the school year that we wanted to continue the fun this summer with a summer club. We will have great opportunities meeting new friends from other nations through activities like:
Going To The Splash Park
Cookouts and games at The Park (TBD)
Contact Pastor Ayad Attia for more information on how you can help this summer Ayad@wearemosaic.org
Tuesday’s 6:30-8:30pm July 2,9,16,23, 30
Mosaic Church in partnership with House For All Nations, and Christ Church. We will resume our second year of English As A Second Language (ESL) Classes starting This Fall. ESL is an excellent opportunity for people to serve as teachers to help people from other nations learn The English Language and American Customs. You don't need to be a formal professional teacher but only a willing heart to build relationships with others. We have a training coming up for those who want to serve on August 16th, 6PM-9PM and August 17th, 9AM-4PM in Christ Church Kettering's Deep End.
This is the info that will go out to students taking ESL:
Registration Day: September 10, 2019 (Registrations are welcome for newcomers on any Tuesday before class)
Term: September 10, 2019, through May 12, 2020.
Where: Christ Church Kettering Campus (3440 Shroyer Rd, Kettering, Ohio 45429)
When: Tuesdays, 6:30 PM-9 PM
For more information contact Pastor Ayad Attia (firstname.lastname@example.org or 937.829.0867)
Sponsored by Mosaic Church, House For All Nations and Christ United Methodist Church.
We are in for a special treat on Pentecost Sunday. The Christian holy day of Pentecost, which is celebrated on the seventh Sunday after Easter, commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and other followers of Jesus Christ while they were in Jerusalem celebrating the Feast of Weeks, as described in the Acts of the Apostles (Acts 2:1–31). In Christian tradition, this event represents the birth of the early Church.
We have special guest speakers from Cuba. Guillermo Leon Mighthy and his wife Adria will be with us and preaching. They are District Superintendents in The United Methodist Church who are seeing growing churches, miracles, and healings. You won't want to miss this occasion!
Place - Burlington United Methodist Family Services Center in Burlington West Virginia
Dates - July 15-21
Cost - $175 includes all meals while on campus (will need money for 2 fast food meals on the way down and 2 fast food meals on the way home), housing, transportation, and supplies.
Meeting for participants and their parents (all students that have completed grades 6 through 12 are welcome) - An informational meeting has been scheduled at Christ Church on Sunday, May 19th at 7pm. We will have all forms for the trip, give helpful information about what to bring and how to be ready, as well as talk about the details about the trip and answer questions.
Description of the trip - We will be going to Burlington UMC Family Services Center to complete a building project of a shelter house near their therapeutic fishing pond. We will also be engaging with students on the campus. We will get involved in some of their daily activities, provide the students with a VBS kind of evening activity, lead worship with the students there on Sunday morning, and play games with the students. We will also have evening devotional time and prepare some of our own meals. We will also have the opportunity for a fun day at the local swimming pool.
Your Divine Design is a study by a great Bible teacher, Chip Ingram.
Do you know how God has uniquely wired you? Every believer was created to play a strategic role in the body of Christ, with the gifts God has given them. But many of today’s Christians face one difficult question: How do I discover my spiritual gifts and then use them effectively in my church? This series will unpack key passages from Romans, Ephesians, and 1 Corinthians to explore the role of spiritual gifts in the believer’s life, while helping you to pinpoint your own. With biblical insight and practical steps, you’ll learn how to discover, develop, and deploy your spiritual gifts so you can live a life of greater impact.
We will have a free dinner for the whole family plus Mosaic kids and students will have their own time of learning.
At the end of each session we will have ministry time with prayer led by Pastors Wayne and Roz.
Come fly a kite! You are never too young or too old to have fun, and what better way to celebrate spring than with some kite flying and fellowship. This is a free event and a great time to meet new people in the community.
This event would not be possible without the partnership of Day Air Credit Union & McGohan Brabender– who are generously sponsoring this event, nor without the Greene Optimist Club providing kites to fly & Mosaic Church bringing food for all!
Come experience Easter at Mosaic Church! We will be gathering at Beavercreek High School Auditorium:
2660 Dayton Xenia Rd
Dayton, OH 45434
Celebrate with baptisms and free brunch following the service
Children age 6 weeks-grade 5 are invited to celebrate their own special time of Easter worship and fun at all worship times.
Softball season is upon us and is about to begin. Last year our team had a blast growing together and connecting with one another. We will have practice once a week, and our games will be on Sunday afternoons. As of right now the exact date of our first game hasn't been specified, so when we find out we will definitely let everyone know! If you or anyone you know is interested, please email email@example.com
Enjoy some delicious dessert (✔)
Gather with some passionate people (✔)
A chance to hear the vision of our future together (✔)
You won't want to miss this gathering as we celebrate what God has done over the past year and where we sense God is leading us in the future!
Thursday, March 21, 7-8:30pm???
Christ Church - The Deep End
(3440 Shroyer Rd, Kettering)
Mosaic Church is taking it's second abroad mission trip to Tijuana, Mexico.
Our Family Ministries Director, Stephanie Gomez Kellar grew up there and her grandmother and mother started and operate the orphanage provides housing and education to the orphans in Mexico (to read more about Tijuana Christian Mission check out: https://tijuanachristianmission.org/about-us/)
Cost: $1099 which includes Airfare, Lodging, Meals (minus trip there and return), Transportation, and Group hosting fee.
The Payment Schedule:
April 1 $500
May 12 $599
All info sessions will be in Room 123 at Christ Church. The dates for the info session are as follows:
March 17, April 14, and May 5th.
How do you plan to make the 40 days of Lent different than the rest of the year as you honor Christ or simply step out to grow closer to Him? Join Pastors Brian Law, Wayne Botkin, and Roz Picardo and all our friends from Mosaic for a 5 session study using Kyle Idleman's "Gods at War." If you would like to read the book or journal, resources are available in the Book Nook (Kettering Campus) or the first day of group, but these are not necessary. Free childcare and dinner are provided.
Have you ever wanted to offer care or support for others, but didn’t know how to go about it? The Mosaic Care Team is a group of people who provide care for those in our congregation that need personal connection and emotional support. This training is the perfect place to learn more about how the care team serves our church and how you can help.
Mosaic Church presents, From THESE Roots, an evening conversation with Jane. Born in 1943 in Fort Gay, West Virginia, Mrs. Jane Powell experienced the gift and power of true community that helped propel her through the struggle for Civil Rights during the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Hear Jane’s personal account of the bus ride with fellow students from Berea College in Kentucky to join in the Selma-Montgomery march of 1965. Along with reflections on the challenges and opportunities of raising a family of 8 children in the late 20th century USA.
What was family and community life really like in America for African Americans during the 1800-1900s? Living in the tension of "free but not equal" caused stress for both Blacks and Whites living in post-slavery America. How are we still living with some of the residual effects of racism and classism today? How can we overcome these effects? Dessert and conversation will be rich! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
On Saturday, February 9, United Theological Seminary’s Pohly Center invites men to gather for a morning of worship, encouragement and inspiration. Receive a powerful word from Pastor Brian Tome on rising to the challenges of godly living. You can register here: https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=9fce15&fbclid=IwAR3wTRpMEr7emZL8Ctbf63LKu-csMDgODYw1FQ5LE4TxCTYxoxPdDxgu3FY
Brian Tome is the Senior Pastor of Crossroads, the ninth largest and fastest growing church in the United States. He has also published several books including 5 Marks of a Man. Through Crossroads, Brian leads MAN CAMP, an initiative to help men reclaim the code of manhood and become committed brothers, husbands and fathers. To learn more visit MarksOfAMan.com or crossroads.net.
In Five Marks Of A Man, Tome writes, "I have come to believe that the transition to manhood is not marked by age, it’s about something much more substantial. It’s about your mindset and your actions. It’s about assuming responsibility for your place in the world and stepping into a new reality—one defined by strength, purpose, and a code of honor.”
New to Mosaic? Looking to connect? Meet up with some of the Mosaic pastors and staff after worship on Sunday January 27 in the coffee lounge in the Theater Lobby. Head out from there (about 12pm) to a restaurant nearby @ the Greene to continue the conversation and connection.
This will take place very 4th Sunday of the month:
New Hope Church provides recovery support, food, fellowship, message and testimonies every Saturday night and Mosaic has the privilege to partner with them in serving a meal and attending their recovery worship. Our own Mosaic band will start the night off at 5pm. We will serve dinner immediately following the service. For more info contact Cari at email@example.com.
It is likely that you have a giant in your life... an adversary that's diminishing your ability to live a full life. In this six part video Bible study, Pastor Louie Giglio uncovers a new found twist in the story of David and Goliath. He shows how living free from our giants is not better slingshot accuracy but keeping our eyes on the only giant-slayer; Jesus. Put your hope in Jesus, and watch Goliath fall.
This is a night for the whole family including dinner. Students will have their own table leader for the discussion and Mosaic Kid's will have a time of learning as well.
Come hangout with friends on Sunday Nights from 5-6:45pm at New Hope Church – 512 Xenia Ave., Dayton 45410. Stay in the know with everything coming up by texting @chrismust to 81010 or contact Pastor Chris firstname.lastname@example.org. Dinner is provided. Bring a friend!
Help us celebrate the move back to The Rave Cinemas at The Greene Town Center in 2019. The renovations at the Rave are complete and we are excited to make the return to where we began. Same great worship and message, but in a fresh space. Our last worship services at The Regal Theater Fairfield Commons are Sunday December 30, 2018. Our first services back at The Rave start on the first Sunday of the new year, January 6 at 9am & 10:20am.
On Sunday December 23 Mosaic will be on the Move. We are moving all morning worship services from the Regal to the evening 5pm & 7pm The Berry Room @ The Wright State University Nutter Center! Mosaic is reaching out to the community for Christmas and this is a perfect opportunity for you to begin praying about who God wants you to invite and bring. Experience a candlelight Christmas together with friends.
This event is designed with the entire family in mind. However, Mosaic kids zone and nursery is available for children 5 and under or for elementary kids who learn differently.
We are kicking off the Christmas season with a breakfast bash with Santa! And it's free! Children of all ages will receive a photo with Santa, a special gift and a great meal along with their parents and family members. All financial donations given will go to our partner, Joshua Recovery Ministries, Inc..
Over the last nine months, many of our Mosaic folks have built relationships with brothers and sisters who have been living in camps across the Miami Valley. As they have developed relationships with some of them, they have gotten off the streets and even embarked on the adventure of getting into sober living houses. During this Christmas season let's show the love of God by sharing some tangible ways of reaching out to them. If you want to share some supplies either individually or as a group, you can drop them off at Mosaic Church by contacting our Serve Director Cari O: email@example.com
One of our strategic partner's is New Hope Church on Xenia Avenue. They are doing great work in Dayton's inner city. We have the awesome privilege to partner with them in serving a meal and attending their recovery worship. For more info Contact Cari at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mosaic Church presents The Love & Peace Band, a 7-member Christian worship band from Iraq on November 18th. The Christians of Iraq are considered to be one of the oldest continuous Christian communities in the world. Over the past several years Iraq has lost 80-90% of its Christian population because of persecution due to groups like ISIS. We are blessed to have The Love & Peace Band at Mosaic.
Invite a friend for this unique worship experience at either:
9:05AM or 10:30AM
Joshua Recovery Ministries & Drake’s Downtown Gym Team Up: Fighting Chance Boxing Event.
Two great organizations who desire to fight against the opioid epidemic in Dayton, OH.
Dayton, OH: On November 10th, Joshua Recovery Ministries and The Fabulous Drake’s Downtown Gym are teaming up to help knock out the opioid epidemic. The event will take place at The Corpus Christi Gymnasium, 200 Homewood rd.. Together they will be hosting a fundraising boxing event, “Fighting Chance Boxing.” A portion of the proceeds will go to Joshua Recovery which is a non-profit, faith-based organization dedicated to providing men, women, and children with a safe place to find healing and recovery. A number of the fighters participating in this event are men and women in recovery or have a passion for the recovery community. Tickets and ringside tables/seats will go on sale in October and can be purchased online.
If you would like more information on this event, please contact Roz Picardo by email email@example.com
Make a Difference Day is a time for community members to come together and make a big impact in the neighborhoods where they live, work, worship, and play!
This year, the entire Christ Church network will be participating! We will partner with the City of Kettering, the City of Centerville, and Mosaic will serve the City of Xenia to complete service projects that are needed.
What a great way to close out the All Church Journey ~ Encountering Jesus! Come together with your family, small group, friends, and church family to be the hands and feet of Jesus in your community!
Use this link to sign up and let us know you'll be participating!