What's in a Name?
A mosaic is a work of art made up of fragmented, diversely shaped and colored pieces brought together to form a greater, more beautiful picture. God desires His church to be a group of diverse people (racially, economically, generationally, socially, theologically, politically, etc.) who chose to unite around the Gospel of Jesus Christ so that together we display the beauty, power, and grace of God to our community.
Who we are
Mosaic is a welcoming group of people that strive to take after our namesake - a diverse collection of parts that come together to make a beautiful and magnificent whole. Mosaic is building a culture of honor, love, and inclusiveness that welcomes outsiders from all walks of life with open arms. We exist to see the Kingdom of God come to Nacogdoches as it is in Heaven. In practice, this is gathering of the individuals for worship, community and discipleship. We celebrate the goodness of God, grow together and scatter as individuals into the world to bring life, love, hope, and joy to every part of the city
Where we come from
Mosaic Church began meeting to pray and worship in January of 2017. Our first few months of worship were spent in the barn of Jeff & Jackie Badders. This was a sweet season for many of our people. In these months, the Lord was faithful and brought healing, direction and solidarity . He brought joy and peace, as we realized that God wanted to do something new in this city. He began to show us that the diverse ways we were corporately gifted could be used to reveal his great love for the city of Nacogdoches. After months of prayer and seeking the Lord’s direction, Nacogdoches ISD agreed to allow Mosaic to meet on Sundays at McMichael Middle School. Mosaic moved to McMichael and began to worship on Easter Sunday, 2017.
Where we're headed
Individually, we want to grow with you and to see you thrive in every area of life - spiritual, relationships, career, finances, and health.
Collectively, our next step is praying through a campus on West Austin Street where we desire to build facilities that would serve both Mosaic and meet existing needs in the community.
What does this mean for you?
What does this mean for you? Most importantly, you're always welcome at Mosaic Church. Wherever you're at in your faith journey, you'll always be accepted as part of the Mosaic family. We want you to become a part of our family and belong, serve and invest.