Due to the inclement weather over the next 24 hours, the women's GLASS conference has been postponed to Saturday, March 30 from 9am-2pm. If you have further questions please contact one of the GLASS leaders (Ciarra, Paulette, Alexa).YouTube



Here's what you can expect when visiting Mosaic City Church.


What to Expect

Every Sunday we gather together as a community of friends and family. Every Sunday we have a time of celebration with music and often special testimonies of life change, prayer, and a Biblical message. 


Free parking is available at 120 S. Lehman but it is limited. Parking is also available on the surrounding streets. When you arrive you will enter through the door on the S. Lehman St. side door and our greeters will help you find a seat.


One of our many greeters will welcome you when you arrive at Mosaic. They will help direct you and answer all your questions about Mosaic. For more details about who we are and what we are about, visit our welcome table outside the auditorium. We look forward to having you as our guest!


Our gathering is centered around the Word of God and includes times of worship, prayer, and sharing about what God is doing in our lives. Our desire is that Mosaic would be a place where we can all belong. You don’t have to dress a specific way, act a certain way, or even believe a certain way, but just come as you are. Our goal is for you to experience the Living God and the great love He has for you.


We believe that children are a gift from God and are an important part of our generational community. On Sundays, kids will begin by worshipping with everyone and then be released for a time of growing and learning in a safe and exciting environment. Our trained and cleared volunteers will love your child and help them grow in Jesus. We provide the following care for our children:

 Nursery for infant - preschool 
Children’s ministry KIC (Kids In Christ) for kindergarten - 6th grade.

Mosaic City Church isn't a Perfect Church

But it is a great church because it is a church filled with people struggling with sin who have been transformed by the good news of Jesus Christ.