MSM The Movement

Is a diverse spiritual launchpad meant to awaken, engage and grow preteens/teens into disciples for Christ!

How do we do it?

By producing compelling spiritual experiences, impactful community involvement, real connections, unique activities and events, and a lot Christ's love!

When do we meet?


7th-12th grade on Wednesdays at 6:30pm-8:30pm in The Commons                            5th-8th grade on Sundays at 9 & 10:45 am. In the orange classroom 





MSM- (7th-12th)

MSM, the ministry for 7th-12th graders meet every Wednesday at 6:30pm for The Movement. We have a community meal, play huge games, compete in sporting events, get really loud, and have fun. 1st and 2nd Wednesday's we have a rocking worship experience, and 2nd and 4th Wednesday's we have dynamic move group Bible Studies. This is The Movement your student has been waiting for! 


MSM JV- (5th-8th Grade)

MSM JV, the ministry for 5th-8th graders! Every Sunday at both services, we gather in the orange classroom at our Little Rock Campus for The Movement JV, We play a big game, get loud, have fun and split into JV teams to grow in God together. 5th and 6th grade = Team 56 and 7th and 8th grade = Team 78. Parents, please register your student at the Children's Ministry Registration Desk. This is the movement your student has been waiting for. 




This is Cai Lane, Pastor of Student Ministries at Mosaic Church Little Rock.
We are happy that you are exploring our page!
Here at MSM we influence students...
To Grow in God's transforming love
To Grow in true relationships with a diverse body of believers.
To Grow into spiritually strong Men and Women of God! AND HAVE A ROCKING TIME DOING IT!
Our team is made up of people from all ages, ethnicities, and professions.
These awesome leaders have made a commitment to engaging with students, personally and spiritually.
All adult leaders are screened, trained, and approved by Mosaic Church leadership.
This is the movement your student has been waiting for!
What a time to shape the next generation.
I consider it a privilege to serve students.


Cai Lane.-