Mosaic creates spaces on campus where students may explore Christian identity and mission under the biblical vision of reconciliation with prayer, biblical reflections, social analysis, and worship.
After enjoying a common and simple meal together, short teachings are offered that expand and deepen our theological and biblical foundation for lifelong faithfulness to God. Subsequently, table discussions function as the main event as we learn to “listen to understand, and speak to serve.”
The Mosaic Lounge is a place of spiritual rest and renewal, as well as a place to more informally discuss the topics of the Mosaic Gathering. There, Mosaic ministry teams also write, dream, plan, produce media, pray, and worship God together.
Each year, up to fifteen incoming first-year students from various ethnic backgrounds enter the Mosaic cohort formation experience. By participating in the weekly formation group, Mosaic Gatherings, leadership development meetings, and on/off campus service, they are formed by God for ministry in today’s broken and divided world.