What is Mosaic? The term “mosaic” has a long history in the church as religious art. It is defined as an art form made up of small pieces of glass, wood or other material that when assembled creates a work of art. Mosaic, as the name and identity of a new worship service, suggests that different expressions of praise, prayer and preaching can create something new and exciting each time we come together to worship God.

What is Mosaic? Mosaic is creative worship in drama and art. It is an informal, 45-minute worship service that begins at 11:00am with praise music, moves into a time of prayer, an offering and then, using drama and art, brings God’s message to life. This is a great opportunity to invite friends and neighbors to experience Mosaic.


Beginning May 7th, Mosaic will move to the Chapel for the summer.


Sunday, July 2, 2017 at 11:00am — The skit “Letting Go” will introduce Pastor Steve’s art sermon “A Declaration of Independence”.

Sunday, July 9, 2017 at 11:00am — The skit “In the Vineyard” will introduce Pastor Steve’s art sermon “God’s Vineyard”.

Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 11:00am — Rev. Gary Kennedy will bring the message during a video of Pastor Steve creating a painting called “The Sower and the Seed”. (Pastor Steve will be on vacation and will record his painting at an earlier time).

Sunday, July 23, 2017 at 11:00am — The skit “Tempted” will introduce Pastor Steve’s art sermon “A Bite of the Apple”.

Sunday, July 30, 2017 at 11:00am — The skit “Fruit Salad” introduces Pastor Steve’s art sermon “The Fruit of the Spiirt”.



Mosaic also makes use of drama to introduce the theme of the art sermon for that Sunday. We do not record the Mosaic service but by request we have made a few of these scripts available in written form. SKITS