The worship experience at Mosaic is an attempt to create encounters between our knowable God and human beings. Because encounters like that can delight God and change us.
Worship is communion of human beings with God. We turn our attention to God’s presence in and among us. And we experience God attending to us, loving us, touching us. God doesn’t demand communion with us; God delights in it. And we don’t earn God’s grace in worship; we receive it.
Why Worship Together
Worship is transformative: we are changed when we attend to God’s presence, experience God’s love, center ourselves in God’s words, character, actions. Worship happens everywhere: alone and together, in noise and silence, in scripted prayer and spontaneous shouts. All that we do can be done worshipfully: work, rest, and play. Even so, community worship is critical: if we are to Love Together, we must discover God’s presence together, experience God’s love together, be changed by God’s touch together.
10:30AM Sundays at Weider's Hall Ballroom
A blend of traditional and contemporary elements. Songs, preaching, and prayer are usually shaped around the themes of the church seasons. We share Communion every week. Personal prayer is available after each service.
All are welcome. We wear every-day clothes—whatever that means for each person. And we ask visitors to come as they are and not to feel pressure to give or do anything. Our members are committed to offering our services freely to any who wish to come.
10:15. The Ballroom opens, and music is playing. People begin to arrive, greet each other, grab a cup of coffee or tea, and find a seat.
10:30. The music starts, and we sing together. We give thanks and pray for local and global needs. Kids are released to their classes. Then we read a couple of passages from the Bible. The pastor or another speaker offers a message, which is followed by Communion. We close with prayer and music.
12:00. After the service, a prayer team is available to pray with any who would like personal prayer. Coffee, tea, and baked goods are set out, and the church remains open into the afternoon for time together.
Please note: the Ballroom, Kids' Center, and our offices are only accessible by stairs. We sincerely apologize to all our neighbors for whom this is a barrier.
Much work has been done over the last 20 years to make Weider's Hall both safe and accessible. However, adding an elevator or a chair glide has remained out of reach due to cost and fire code limitations. We continue to seek safe and viable solutions.