SEASON OF LIFE AND COMMON CAUSE GROUPS

 

 

 

 

 

Season of Life groups are live and online gatherings where you can be part of a community of diverse people who share the same lifestage, the same mission, and the same eagerness to take their next step in their spiritual journey. Common Cause groups are groups of people who gather to serve the city through one particular cause. Both types of group are available at Mosaic so you can connect with others and grow in your relationship with Jesus.

 

Even though our Voyagers experience started at the beginning of the global pandemic, we have been overwhelmed by the sincere intensity of the fellowship, love, and concern shared in our group. We are deeply connected to people we have never seen face-to-face. We visibly see God’s goodness and grace at work .

Anthony Valley.

 

We, the Millers, have loved participating in a SOL since March! We have laughed together, encouraged and supported each other, cried together, and made many memories. It’s such a blessing to grow in intimacy with other families in the church, and to have your children grow close with other parents/adults who love the Lord, as well.

Lauren Miller.


You may join a group according to your stage or cause: 

 

 

 

For families and individuals with children 0-12.  For families and individuals with teenagers, and empty nesters.   For young adults and young marrieds without children.  


For anyone over 21 with a desire to serve in a particular area of outreach. 

 

READY TO SIGN UP? CLICK HERE!

 
All Season of Life or Common Cause groups have a private Facebook group through which they encourage one another, communicate upcoming events, and simply connect with one another. 
 
After signing up, you're invited to join your group's Facebook group:

Pursuit (Young adults):
mosaicchurch.net/pursuit

Voyagers (Families and individuals with young kids):
mosaicchurch.net/voyagers

Legacy (Families and individuals with teens, and empty nesters):
mosaicchurch.net/legacy

Common Cause Groups:
mosaicchurch.net/commoncause