Mosaic Care

Bearing one another's burdens

What is Mosaic Care?

Mosaic Care's mission is to help individuals and families who attend Mosaic that are experiencing challenging circumstances.  We work to assist people through prayer, encouragement, meals or limited financial support.  Care and support at Mosaic begins with and is primarily provided through our Missional Communities.  The areas that Mosaic Care provides assistance in are:

  1. Prayer – Prayer and exhortation for the needs of Mosaic Church
  2. Visitation – Encouragement and support during critical life events
  3. Meals – Providing Meals to help through difficult life situations.
  4. Benevolence – Assisting with short-term financial assistance, physical assistance and guidance to public resources.
  5. Widows – Encourage, comfort and support women who are widowed.

We are called to minister the love of Jesus through our words and actions. Through Mosaic Care we hope to show God's love through our actions.



Prayer is an essential discipline of all Mosaic ministries. We invite you to participate and stand along side us to pray for the needs of our church as well as engage yourself in this discipline. It’s not limited to a special prayer meeting, but rather should flow into every corner of our lives as we open ourselves up to the Holy Spirit’s guidance and truth.. We believe in the power of prayer and we want to continue to develop a culture in our church where prayer together is as natural as breathing in the air around you. Our Prayer Ministry team currently meets on Tuesdays at 6:30 P.M. at our Winter Garden Campus. If you’d like to be apart of our Prayer Team here at Mosaic, please email us at Mosaic Church offers the opportunity for prayer with an Elder or one of our prayer team members at the end of each gathering. Please come forward after the service and let us know about your prayer need. If you have a prayer request you’d like to submit to us, please use the Prayer Request form.


Our caring and compassionate team are on-call and willing to visit most individuals and families in time of need. Such delicate circumstances may include home or hospital illness, Bereavement, Shut-In's and those is minor crisis situations that may not be affiliated with a Mosaic Missional Community. If you would like to request a visit for yourself or someone you know. Please submit a Visitation Request Form. If you’re interested in helping this ministry, please email and someone will be get back with you.


This is a program designed to help provide a few meals for those who may not be getting support through their Missional Community and are experiencing serious or life threatening illness, may be under going treatment or may need that little extra help after child birth. If you or someone you know are in need of meals, please fill out the Meals Request Form so we can review your request. If you’re interested in helping this ministry, please email and someone will be get back with you.


This ministry helps to provide short term limited financial assistance to hurting individuals that who are experiencing a financial hardship.  Assistance is ONLY provided to regular attenders at Mosaic who are in a Missional Community. Our Benevolence team evaluates each request individually on a case by case basis. Our goal is to help those who are in a transitional season by providing assistance for basic needs. If you would like to be considered to apply for Benevolence Assistance, please use our Benevolence Application Request Form.


The Widows Ministry is part of our Care ministry and is designed to encourage, comfort and support women who are widowed and may be walking a painful and difficult path as a result of their loss.  Often times, there are basic needs that can be met and we are equipped to stand along side their basic needs; God’s passion for us, as well as Widows, as we see in Scripture.

“Father of the fatherless and protector of widows is God in his holy habitation.”  Psalm 68:5

If you are a widow or know of a widow who attends Mosaic consistently and could benefit from this ministry, please complete the Widow Request Form.