Parking is easy at our Oakland campus. Feel free to drop your family off closer to the entrances and then find a spot around the building. Don’t hesitate to park on the grass, especially where you see curbstones to guide your way. We like to be good stewards of our finances, so we only paved the areas that get used all week long!
If you are visiting our Oakland campus for the first time and you are bringing your kids, it’s helpful to know what to expect when you arrive and what it offered for your family.
Before you get your coffee and donuts, we recommend that you check your kids in at the registration desk for Mosaic Kids. Check-in opens 15 minutes before each gathering and closes 20 minutes after the gathering begins. It helps if you arrive early on your first weekend as we need to gather a small amount of info for the safety of your kids. Every week after that, it’s a breeze. You can also pre-register your kids before you arrive to make that process even simpler.
On the weekends, we encourage 7th – 12th grade students to attend a regular worship gathering with their parents. During the week, Mosaic Students meets on Wednesday nights at 6:00PM at our Oakland campus in the large worship space.
If you prefer a more private space, we have a special room that allows you to see and hear the gathering while nursing. It is accessible from the lobby. Feel free to ask a guest connections person (they wear blue shirts that say “blue shirt”) if you have any questions.
Our Thursday 8:32pm gathering is specifically designed to allow the young adults of Mosaic to worship and enjoy community together. We consider young adults to be anyone within the ages of 18 and 29yrs. The young adults also have occasional special events and Missional Communities too.
Our Sunday 11:17am gathering has an American Sign Language Interpreter at the front of the sanctuary on the left side. There are reserved seating signs to designate the location in front of the interpreter. We hope you’ll find Mosaic to be an inviting and comfortable place to worship with other non-hearing and hearing believers.