Community Groups

Here at Mosaic, we believe that God designed us to live in community with one another for the purpose of growing our love for God, each other, our neighbors, our community, and the world. The main way we want to foster biblical community that helps us grow & mature as disciples of Jesus Christ is through Community Groups. We see these communities as tiny expressions of the church seeking to live on mission together, reaching people not yet following Jesus, and passionately pursing Jesus together.

Generally these groups are shaped by 4 identities that flow out of the gospel:

Family

The gospel not only brings you into a relationship with God, it also brings you into a relationship with God's people, the church. We desire to see each of our groups function like one big blended family that loves each other, does life with one another, and has fun together.

Servant 

Jesus said he came "not to be served, but to serve" (Mark 10:45) and we want our groups to filled with people seeking to serve one another, as well as those in need in our community. The gospel compels us to love others more than ourselves and to take on the identity of a servant.

Missionary

Jesus told his disciples to "Go and make disciples of all nations" (Matt. 29:18-20) embarking them on a mission that would transform the world. And we believe Jesus has given us the very same mission. Our groups are driven by an outward focus that seeks to reach those around us who aren't yet passionately pursuing Jesus. We desire our groups to be a community of missionaries seeking to engage the people & places God puts on their hearts.

Disciple

We follow Jesus for the purpose of becoming like him, that's what it means to be a disciple. And what better way to become like Jesus than being surrounded by other people who are also trying to become like him. Jesus calls his disciples to be with him before sending them out on mission (Mark 3:14). "Being" precedes "doing" and we want our groups to be places where we remind one another of the gospel as we pursue Jesus together. 

These groups meet weekly or biweekly often over a meal to get to know one another, study the Bible together, and pray for each other, our church, and our community. Over time, these groups grow to become a gathering of friends functioning as family. (Acts 2:44, 46-7)

Also, we are always excited to welcome others – we don’t believe in closed community. As groups grow, they may multiply to help make room for others and to continue reaching others with the gospel. We have groups in many zip codes that are diverse and intergenerational. We'd love for you to check one out!

Interested in Checking Out a Group?

We'd love to help you connect in a group. Please fill out the form below to help us.  

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Please select each night (anywhere from 6-8pm) that you'd be available. We have various groups that meet at different times and different days.
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Current Groups

Ben Carr | South/East Ann Arbor, 6:30pm every Wednesday

A missional community built around our identity, that through the Gospel we have become a family of disciples, servants and missionaries. This group is a microcosm of the church where we work out our new identity together. A meal is shared and children are welcome.
Contact: bdcarr13@gmail.com

Tom and Karen Dillenbeck | Pittsfield Township, 5pm every other Sunday

A community group dedicated to exploring, through prayer and bible study, how the gospel impacts all areas of our lives while we bear each others burdens and encourage Christian growth. A meal is shared and children are welcome.
Contact: tomd@mosaicA2.org

David Hong, David Nesbitt, Dayani Waas | North Ann Arbor, 6:30pm every Thursday

A missional community built around our identity in Christ, that through the Gospel we have become family, disciples, servants, and missionaries. We seek to be a strong and loving team, a group that supports and builds up one another as we learn about God and seek to become more like Jesus. We aim to "spur one another on toward love and good deeds" by studying the Bible, knowing one another, and partnering with each other in God's mission to see our community and the world come to treasure Jesus. We want to see our knowledge of Jesus produce real, visible change in our lives. We share a meal and children are most welcome.
Contact: davidanesbitt@gmail.com

Ryan and Jaime Quayle | Ypsilanti Township/Rolling Hills, 6pm every Tuesday

A missional community built around our identity, that through the Gospel we have become a family of disciples, servants and missionaries. This group is a microcosm of the church where we work out our new identity together. A meal is shared and children are welcome.
Contact: ryan@mosaicA2.org

Jason Sielaff, Jamie MacLennan, Tim Smith | North Ann Arbor, 6:30pm every Thursday

A missional community built around our identity in Christ, that through the Gospel we have become family, disciples, servants, and missionaries. We aim to "spur one another on toward love and good deeds" by studying the Bible, knowing one another, and partnering with each other in God's mission to see our community and the world come to treasure Jesus. We want to see our knowledge of Jesus produce real, visible change in our lives. We share a meal and children are most welcome.
Contact: jamie.l.maclennan@gmail.com

John and Jillian Syverson | South Ann Arbor/Saline, 6:15pm every Tuesday

A missional community built around our identity, that through the Gospel we have become a family of disciples, servants and missionaries. This group is a microcosm of the church where we work out our new identity together. A meal is shared and children are welcome.
Contact: john@mosaicA2.org

Brad & Alex Vermurlen | Ann Arbor, 7:00pm every Tuesday

A time of discussion and bible study. A good place to bring your non-Christian friends. To simplify things, no meal is served.
Contact: vermurlen@gmail.com