Welcome

What to Expect

Media Resources

From Walmart to Kmart

Welcome to Mosaic ...

... a multi-ethnic, economically diverse, community of faith where significant percentages of Black, White and Hispanics, together with men and women from more than thirty nations walk, work and worship God together as one.


We believe the people and passion of Mosaic represent the hope and future of the gospel, as well as the local church, in the 21st century. With this in mind, please take a moment to discover who we are and why here on our website.


Better yet, if you live in Central Arkansas or in Raleigh/Durham, N.C., I invite you come experience Mosaic for yourself! Our locations and service times are listed to the right of this column.


If I can be of any further assistance, please don't hesitate to let me know. Hope to meet you soon!


One in Christ with you,


Mark and Linda DeYmaz
Directional Leader


Sunday Worship

Little Rock, AR
10:30 a.m. (English with Spanish translation via headsets)
10:30 a.m. (Spanish Venue)


Conway, AR
10:00 a.m. (English)


Durham, NC
4:00 p.m. (English)


La Coruna, Spain
11:30 a.m. (Spanish, Portuguese)
NOTE: 11:30 a.m. CSET (seven hours ahead of CST)

 

Part of the Mosaix Global Network!
 


Map and Directions

What to Expect

A Unique Place ...

As you enter the facility (a former Walmart), you’ll be warmly greeted by people from a wide variety of ethnic and economic backgrounds. Don't worry; we're a friendly bunch. In fact, you'll quickly appreciate the fact that "not everyone looks like me" and, yet, there are plenty who do. And we predict, based on the experience of hundreds of visitors through the years, that you will not at all be uncomfortable! Your kids will love it too; in what other church can they skate to their classrooms?!


Worried about clothing? Yes, you'll need to wear some; but don't worry ... everyone else at Mosaic wears clothes, too! Some wear shorts, some wear pants; some wear short sleeved shirts, others wear long sleeves or dresses; our African members may be dressed in traditional garb; one or two folks even wear coats and ties. It doesn't really matter to us what you like like on the outside; you can sit wherever you wish, in front or in the back ... we don't sell tickets or otherwise reserve front row seats based on appearances. Feel free to wear shoes, too, if you'd like ... although you are welcome, whether you choose to or not.


... Where Everyone Knows Your Name

Stop by the Mosaic Café for coffee or cappuccino (to your right, just inside the door); then, make your way to the Guest Services table where you’ll receive a more personalized welcome and a nametag - again, don’t worry; everyone wears a nametag at Mosaic. Check out 3 John 14 to learn why!

Media Resources

The collective influence of Mosaic extends beyond Central Arkansas through a variety of means:

1. Live Streaming of our Sunday morning services from Little Rock;
2. Sermon Archives as preached on Sunday mornings at the Little Rock campus;
3. Mosaic's Facebook page (become a fan);
4. Mosaic on Twitter (follow us);
5. Books and Articles written by our staff;
6. The Multiethnic Church podcast on iTunes;
7. Mosaix Global Network providing a variety of content and resourcing;
8. Mark DeYmaz on You Tube.


Watch these videos to learn more about the people and passion of Mosaic!

Moving Toward Maturity

Redemption.


This is the one word our design team from Visioneering Studios used to describe the people and passion of Mosaic. Indeed, there is not a more accurate word to describe the collective heart of our members, or a more appropriate word to govern the coming development of our future home, a 100,000 sq. ft. facility on approximately ten acres we now own on the southwest corner of University and Asher/Colonel Glenn in Little Rock.


Soon from one of the lowest points in the city, the people of Mosaic will establish a beacon of faith, hope and love. As just as we've done in redeeming an old dark Wal-Mart, we will again bring new life, business, and jobs to the area: but this time, as property owners and investors in a community we call are own; Little Rock's emerging University District.


More important than redeeming a building, however, is the work of redeeming lives: of seeing people move from brokenness to blessing and from segregation to unity as we establish a house of prayer for all the nations. That’s what Mosaic is all about!


With the purchase now complete, we next need to generate approximately $1,000,000 in order to begin the work of renovation. If you are new to Mosaic or have yet to add your name to those who God will use to get this miracle accomplished, please ask God what it is you might contribute financially toward this project in the future. To make a one-time or recurring donation, click here to give online.


Thank you in advance for walking with us by faith in this bold, new, endeavor and for trusting as we do that, "Faithful is He who has called you, that He will do it," (I Thessalonians 5:24).


New Facility-01) Aerial Day

New Facility-01) Aerial Day

New Facility-02) Aerial Night

New Facility-02) Aerial Night

New Facility-03) Masterplan

New Facility-03) Masterplan

New Facility-04) Outer Court

New Facility-04) Outer Court

New Facility-05) Town Hall

New Facility-05) Town Hall

New Facility-06) Chapel

New Facility-06) Chapel

New Facility-07) Sanctuary

New Facility-07) Sanctuary

New Facility-08) MoKids

New Facility-08) MoKids

New Facility-09) Dock

New Facility-09) Dock

New Facility-010) Hub

New Facility-010) Hub

New Facility-011) 3D SW view

New Facility-011) 3D SW view

New Facility-012) 3D NW view

New Facility-012) 3D NW view

New Facility-013) Overhead

New Facility-013) Overhead

New Facility-014) Phasing v1.0

New Facility-014) Phasing v1.0

We Own the Old Kmart!

On Wednesday, December 12, 2012, Mosaic completed the long-anticipated purchase of the old Kmart on the corner of University and Asher/Colonel Glenn Dr., in Little Rock! Watch the Fox 16 report from Sunday, December 16, 2012, announcing our purchase.


In addition, please read the amazing story and details of how we have come to acquire the property.


Renovation Funds Needed!

Check out this short slide presentation which provides an update (as of January 1, 2013) as to just where we are and what we still need in terms of renovation funds in order to make the move into our new facility.


By the Numbers (Jan 2013).ppt

Brochures