This Week

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Sunday - June 13, 2021  (10am to Noon)
Mosaic Beautify Sunday
At Mosaic, we intentionally bring beauty to the people around us;  a neighbor, co-worker, or friend by sending an encouraging note, fixing a car, dropping a food basket or anything else that would bring beauty to their lives.  We want love accompanied by action to mark our faith community.  
Here's how you can help this week:
  • Beautify bomb at the Chan's - With Ficus fishing in Canada, there's lots of projects in the yard that would be great to get done.  Could use 6-8 people here. Contact RYAN
  • Moving Matt's Mom - Couple hours of moving stuff from a storage unit to her new home. 3-4 people needed. Contact MATT
  • Corrie's House Clean-up - Dump run, yard clean up and whatever else would be a blessing to Corrie, Bennett & Mighty. Contact CORRIE
  • Trail work on the South Side - We are joining the Southside Neighborhood assoc. to help keep the trails clear. Contact AARON 
  • June 13 - Mosaic Beautify Sunday (details to come)
  • ManWeek (June 14-19) - We have some great activities in the works, so stay tuned and we will get the info out by early next week.
  • June 20 - No gathering on Father's Day.
  • June 27 - Mosaic at Cornwall Park - 9am to 10am (new time)
  • July 4 - Mosaic at Cornwall Park - 9am to 10am
  • July 11 - Mosaic at Cornwall Park - 9am to 10am
  • July 18 - Mosaic Beautify Sunday
  • July 25 - Mosaic at Cornwall Park - 9am to 10am
  • August 1  - Mosaic at Cornwall Park - 9am to 10am
  • August 8 - Mosaic at Cornwall Park - 9am to 10am
  • August 15 - Mosaic Beautify Sunday

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A missional community of people seeking to orient their lives around the life and teaching of Jesus.

Our journey began in the summer of 2006 when a small group of families spent a few days together in NW Montana.  We were fed up with our complacency and tendency to "go to church" while not really "being the church".
 We went to share, dream and explore what it might look like for us to share our lives together as well as invite others into that process.  
Upon returning from our trip, we gathered a group of about 30 people for a backyard BBQ in Bellingham, WA to discuss what it would look like to plant a new faith community that was intent on “being” the church and “being” Jesus.  After that evening together we began calling ourselves Mosaic and had several backyard BBQs throughout the summer to continue our exploration of “being”.
We have had an incredible time over the past 15 years and are as committed to our initial vision as we were when we started.  We are a little older, we have WAY more children and many of us have more gray hair, but we still love our community.

Many people have come and gone since we started, but the Mosaic would not be the same without them.  We hope you will consider exploring your part in the Mosaic as well!
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