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Welcome to Mosaic Conway

... a multi-ethnic, economically diverse, community of faith where significant percentages of Black and White Americans, 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 anywhere in or near Faulkner County, I invite you come experience Mosaic for yourself! Our location and service time is listed to the right of this column.

One of my favorite authors and speakers is Erwin McManus who in his book, Unstoppable Force, writes, "When we serve others, we more fully reflect the image of God, and our hearts begin to resonate with the heart of God." Come join us at the Conway campus where we encourage one another to serve our community, and each other, in order to reflect the heart of God!

If I can be of any further assistance, please don't hesitate to let me know.

Anthony and Carla Hendricks
Campus Pastor

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Sunday Worship

10:30 a.m. (English)


Map & Directions



A Unique Place ...

As you enter the facility, 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 You’re Free to be You!

Stop by the Guest Services table where you’ll receive a personalized welcome along with additional information about our church. Then, make your way to the Mosaic Mocha Nook for coffee or juice, and pastries. You are more than welcome, so come on ... get involved relationally and together with us as we serve the community.

Acceptance ...

... not based on what you've done, but who you are and who you can become through faith in Jesus Christ. Join us to become one in faith and fellowship with like-minded believers who reject the race and class distinctions of this world that so often and otherwise divide, all for the sake of the Gospel.

Acceptance: it's what we offer, it's what we're all about. Isn't that what you're looking for in a church?

Please fill out the contact form to the right to let us know you're interested in Mosaic Conway.

Four times a year, we spend a week welcoming new members into our family. That week, you will gather three times in a period of eight days with our staff and others, like you, seeking to join our community of faith.

I. Discovery I (2 hours following a church service; lunch/childcare provided)

You’ll discover more about who we are, from where we’ve come and why.

II. Discovery II (a seminar on the following Saturday, lunch/childcare provided)

We’ll consider your passions, gifting and opportunities for further growth and ministry with us.

III. Discovery III (2 hours following a church service, lunch/childcare included)

You’ll learn more about the possibilities and expectations at Mosaic.

Relationships and Growth

Tuesday Night Israel Bible Study

Join us on our 12-week biblical journey through the Scriptures as we prepare the Israel team for their pilgrimage journey to the Holy Land. Whether you have been to Israel, are preparing to go next year, or hope to go one year in the future, join us for this amazing Fall bible study. Pastor Anthony is walking us through the Scriptures with a Middle Eastern lens. This study is open to everyone. Bring a friend with you!! (Not meeting Oct. 24th!)

Soul Sisters Upcoming Events

November 2nd, 2013: Glenhaven Youth Ranch: It's that time again -- when we go hang out with our little sisters at Glenhaven Youth Ranch! On Sat., Nov. 2nd we will spend the day reconnecting with our young friends and meeting many new ones. Plan to come out and enjoy a day of fun, food (thanks Candy!) and friendship with these at-risk, but precious teenage girls of Glenhaven. We'll carpool from Jim Stone Elem. in Conway at 8:30 am and return around 3pm.


Nursery through 8th grade children begin with us in worship before heading to age-appropriate classes.
Sunday mornings at the church, 10:00 a.m.

"Calibration" Men's Bi-Weekly Breakfast

Our next Men's breakfast will be held Saturday, November 2nd at 9:00a.m. Come on out and enjoy some great food and even better time together. If you need additional information contact Dennis Johnson at denwayjo@msn.com. See you there!!! 

College "Chop-Chop"

Thursday nights @ 6:30pm. College students "Chop it up" with Corey Sanders. We talk about everything from God to politics. Bring a friend who doesn't look like you! (No Chop Chop Oct. 31st!)

Community Engagement

Support Conway's Homeless

In 2012, 173 people in Conway were homeless, 52 of them were children. To learn more about the homeless in Conway and how you can make a difference in someone's life, click here

Choosing to Excel

Mentor students throughout Faulkner County and/or the children of adults who are incarcerated.
Visit Choosing to Excel online for more information.


K-Life Conway

K-LIFE is a community-wide, interdenominational ministry focused on discipleship and fellowship for youth. Through weekly clubs, bible studies, and mission trips, K-Life in Conway influences a youth culture for Christ. Visit conway.klife.com for more information.