Who We Are

God is the Creator of life and all beauty. Yet many of us don't think of creativity, life or beauty when we think of church. We'd like to change that.

In the beginning, God spoke the world into existence; the heavens and the earth, the sun, the moon and stars, the land, the sea, and every living thing. The world was good and beautiful. Humanity was made in God's image to be His representative on earth, but we rebelled and marred the image of God in us. When man sinned, the beautiful picture was shattered. Thankfully, the story does not end there. We are given good news! Through the redemptive work of Jesus Christ, God is putting those pieces back together to form an even more beautiful picture. From the shattered pieces, He is making a mosaic.

As a church, we are also made up of unique and imperfect individuals with complementary strengths and weaknesses. We are broken in many different ways. However, as we unite as one body we complement each other and are strengthened by our diversity. We become beautiful together.

our mission

Multiplying passionate pursuers of Jesus Christ, who engage the world with His love.


Gospel Centered

Jesus is at the center of His Church. All of our lives and ministry, our teaching and preaching, our relationships and worldview flow out of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. The Gospel is the announcement of Good News — news of God’s grace that meets us again and again in the midst of weakness and sin, our guilt and our shame. It’s news of God’s power — the same power that raised Jesus from the dead — now empowering us to live for Him. It’s news of God’s sufficiency — that all that is necessary to reconcile us to God has been accomplished by Jesus’ perfect life, substitutionary death, and victorious resurrection { — in our place, and for our good. We live in response to His grace, out of our hope and confidence in His love.}

Biblically Rooted

We believe in a God who longs to reveal Himself to us, and to be in relationship with us. We believe the Bible is the very Word of God — that short of the Person of Jesus Christ, the Bible is the clearest picture of who God is, of who man is, and of how God wants us to respond to Him.Therefore, we seek to know God’s Word, love God’s Word, and live God’s Word.

Others Focused

God enters into human history as a loving servant. Rather than seeking His own good, Jesus trusted His Father to care for Him, and He devoted Himself to caring for others. He invites us to do the same. By God’s design, our souls come to life when we follow Christ's example, laying down our lives for God's glory and others’ good, as we sacrifice, serve, and share.

Intergenerational and Diverse

God has called the church to make disciples of all ages and demographics, and to cultivate loving relationships across every imaginable barrier or line. An inter-generational church combines the energy and idealism of youth with the wisdom and experience of years. An ethnically diverse church mirrors God's heart for the world. A socioeconomically diverse church reflects God's heart for the poor and marginalized, while gently humbling the wealthy and powerful. The Gospel brings together people who have nothing in common but Jesus. By God’s design, we are beautiful together.

Empowered and Mobilized

God has made each member of the body essential. Our pastor-elders work as a team to shepherd and to teach, but team ministry doesn't stop there. God has uniquely gifted each of His people for ministry in the local church. We need each other. At Mosaic, we commit to unite as a body with each member fulfilling its essential role.


God has entrusted His mission for the world to the church. The church is not just a local entity; it is also a reproducing movement. God calls Christians individually and corporately to develop fellow Christians into full maturity and to prepare our church to reproduce other churches. At Mosaic, we commit to make disciples who make disciples and to be a church that plants churches.