It was “Mutual Transformation,” not COVID-19, at the forefront when Mosaic Conference met for its Assembly on November 6, 2021.
Rooted in our love for God and each other, and under the guidance of the CDC regarding large gatherings, the annual Mosaic Assembly on Saturday, November 6, 2021, will be pivoting from in-person gatherings to a fully virtual gathering.
In a time when so much seems so tumultuous, the work of God continues. Even in the imperfections and less-than idealness of online meeting, the beauty and possibility of the Spirit’s work with us came through.
Our conference assembly will begin on Saturday, November 7 at 11AM (EST) / 8AM(PST). Here are some important reminders.
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In the midst of the challenges we’ve all experienced in 2020, I’m grateful for the ways that I’ve witnessed God working among us as Mosaic Mennonite Conference. I look forward to gathering together, in 23 days, to celebrate what God has been doing.
Once again, delegates and participants will have the opportunity to access a prayer room as part of the assembly. This year it will be a virtual prayer room. This will be a first but we want to continue to adapt and adjust to these changing times.
Phone calls, emails, Zoom meetings, processing, testing, writing, texting, researching, discussing, and more is happening in preparation for Mosaic Conference Assembly weekend on November 7-8, 2020.
“Even though we will be far apart physically, we will be close at heart.”
In intercultural worship, we learn to choose to continue to worship God in the styles and languages of others.
“Today we celebrate the ministry of reconciliation that has been and will continue to be our life’s work.”
Youth ministry is still vitally important. In fact the church needs its young people to lead today, not ten years down the road.