There are few better ways to get meaningfully connected to the local church than to serve. Check out some of the opportunities below!
In the local church
We want to see the Gospel proclaimed and the local church mobilized to carry out God's mission. Every week, volunteers help make that happen. From setting up on Sunday mornings to teaching middle school aged kids on Thursday nights, there are numerous ways to get involved and join the effort!
Some examples of Sunday roles are: greeting visitors, helping in the kids ministry, singing or playing on the worship team, setting out coffee and donuts, setting up the auditorium (we are a mobile church), running the projectors, running lights, running sound, and the list goes on.
Some examples of non-Sunday roles are: providing meals for those in need, planning and preparing for our kids ministry, helping in Slingshot, designing graphics and other media, preparing slides for services, maintaining the website, making videos, and the list goes on.
What talents has God given you? Join us as we make much of Jesus Christ. To get plugged in, contact Joseph Hutchinson at joseph@mosaicA2.org.
In the community
We are passionate about seeing God move in our community. There are a number of efforts underway, and we are currently in the process of organizing them under a new community development organization, Mosaic Community Development.
For more information, please contact Ryan Quayle at ryan@mosaicA2.org.
Learn more about our current opportunity to serve at Perry Early Learning Center. [video below - trapp@mosaicA2.org]
In the world
We believe the Gospel is good news for the entire world. That's why we're passionate about building international relationships and supporting ministries around the world.
We currently support Steven and Kari Jo Shephard, medical missionaries to Jos, Nigeria, through SIM (Serving in Ministry). It’s a strategic partnership: Nigeria is the most highly populated country in Africa, and Jos is in the center of the country, between the predominantly Muslim north and predominantly Christian south. There is a great need for medical care, especially with women (Steven specializes in obstetrics and gynecologic surgery). Outstanding opportunities for sharing the Gospel take place with this practical expression of Jesus' love and compassion.
We are excited to see the Gospel move forward to the ends of the earth, and look forward to further opportunities to support overseas missions.