Isn’t that just what you’re looking for in a church?
Yes, men and women who join Mosaic typically desire genuine relationships with others regardless of their ethnic or economic background. However, you may be surprised to find that intentionality is necessary to facilitate such relationships. Part of your plan for connecting with others at this church should include joining a small group, or Circle of Belonging, soon after you become a member of Mosaic.
Why Join a Circle of Belonging?
Over the years we have found that members who do not get connected to a Circle of Belonging will likely feel isolated or out of touch with the ongoing life of the church. Individual or personal needs as they arise may otherwise remain unknown and, therefore, be overlooked unintentionally. Simply put, you will never feel relationally connected to the people and passion of Mosaic unless you are involved in a Circle of Belonging.
It is only in and through your involvement in a Circle of Belonging that you can be fully known. And the last thing we want is for you to attend this church, but not develop close relationships; to give from a place of emptiness; to serve to the point of bitterness.
That’s why it’s critical that you join a Circle of Belonging soon after you become a member of Mosaic.
Shapes of Mosaic's Circles?
Over the years, Mosaic's Circles of Belonging have existed in a variety of forms as both large and small groups. We've called them "Acts2 Groups," "LifeGroups," "Season of LifeGroups," and "Missional Communities". Whatever they're called, these small groups have always had the same purpose!
Some Circles of Belonging are focused on a particular season of life or interest, some are focused on a specific common cause or are formed because of geography. Whatever the case, each Circle of Belonging meets regularly to grow in their relationships with one another, in Christ together, and to advance the cause of Christ and the vision/mission of Mosaic.
Here's What to Do
Contact Mike Clowers, Pastor of Ministry Development at Mosaic or locate a group that’s just right for you.