Mosaic Vision and Mission
Mosaic Conference’s vision and mission statement, read by the many unique voices and worshipping languages from across the conference.
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Recording of Mosaic 2021 Assembly Worship Service
“In God’s mission, there is a transformation that happens, not only with us, but with the communities in which we’re a part of!” Hear more from Hesston College President Joe Manickam as he brings us the message during our Assembly Worship Service, Saturday, November 6.
Almost $35,000 in support was gathered by Mosaic Conference congregations and friends, for COVID relief and vaccination efforts in Indonesia!
Gathering, conferring, sharing, story-telling, welcoming, recognizing … what can YOU expect to experience at Conference Assembly? Ken Burkholder, moderator, explains what to expect at this year’s delegate session that will be held virtually via Zoom.
Worship this year by attending – or hosting – a watch party!
Emily Ralph Servant and Brooke Martin sit down and talk about the latest update on the upcoming fall assembly. Mosaic’s annual gathering pivoted into a virtual delegate and worship service due COVID-19.
“Once during a gun violence episode,” Marrero recalls, “I met with both parties, and asked, `How can we resolve this peacefully?’”
We paid a visit to Philadelphia Praise Center in South Philadelphia, PA as they organized a vaccination site for the community. “We want to be an instrument of God, to be a blessing for the city even with a simple thing,” said Pastor Aldo Siahaan.
Cindy Angela shares her takeaway and reflection after her week in Cincinnati attending #MENNOCON21 in person.
As churches continue to re-open, Leadership Minister, Aldo Siahaan, shares ideas on celebrating the opportunities he found during COVID-19, and ensuring those do not stop, even as we return to in-person worship.
This week all congregations in Mosaic Conference are praying for peace and justice in Columbia, where a number of Mosaic congregations have strong connections.
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