WHAT TO EXPECT
WHAT IS THE WORSHIP LIKE?
Our service begins with worship, led by a band. Most people stand during this time, however, there is complete freedom to be seated if you prefer. The words of all of the songs are projected onto a screen at the front of the worship center. Our hope is that you'll hear songs you know or can relate to, even if you haven't been to church in years.
WILL YOU EXPECT ME TO GIVE?
Like most churches we take an offering in our service. If you are a guest, please do not feel obligated to participate in the offering. This is intended for our regular attendees who consider Mosaic Community their church home.
HOW MUCH AM I EXPECTED TO PARTICIPATE?
As our guest, we only ask that you take a few moments to fill out our Digital Connect Form. The Connect Form is used to help us get to know you a bit. It is a place where you can request information, ask for prayer, let us know your thoughts, or just indicate your presence with us. In any case, we use it to pray for you during the week. You won’t be asked to stand or raise your hand (or anything else embarrassing) just because you’re new. Nor will you have to recite anything or kneel at certain times during the service.
WILL THE PREACHING BE FROM THE BIBLE?
Mosaic Community Church provides practical Bible messages that help you deal with real life issues. What you learn on the weekend, you'll be able to use during the week.
SHOULD MY KIDS COME WITH ME TO SERVICE?
We provide a vibrant children's ministry at Kids' Church for kiddos from birth through 5th grade. Your kids will hear about Jesus through their own Bible-story time, worship and fun activities. You can check them in at our Kid's Church booth prior to the start of service at 9am or 11am. You can also be sure that your kids will be safe, because all of our volunteers go through a background check.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
At Mosaic Community, we focus on the heart more than the outward appearance. When you come to one of our weekend services, you will find people dressed in a wide variety of styles from jeans or shorts, to suits and dresses. However, most people find themselves somewhere in the middle - most often wearing business casual.
We do ask that people wear clothing that does not draw attention to themselves. We think that what you wear to church should not detract from the worship experience of others around you. We want all of the attention to go to Jesus Christ.