March 15 2020

This Week’s Gathering: Prayer & Worship

In support of our country’s measures to halt the spread of Covid-19, Mosaic Church moved all of it’s gatherings online this week. With so many issues touching this crisis, we made the decision to spend our gathering time in prayer and worship, rather than in a traditional sermon. Let this gathering be an encouragement to you in this unique season.

This week's gathering is ASL translated.

Mosaic Kids

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Worship & Teaching: 2 - 5 year olds
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Worship & Teaching: K - 4th grade
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Worship & Teaching: 5th & 6th grade

Mosaic Kids

Little Kids: Teaching & Resources (2-5 years old)

Follow the Leader

Week 3 – Everyone Can Follow Jesus

Following the leader is definitely something preschoolers love and understand. What we hope to help them learn is that throughout life there will be countless choices of leaders they can follow. We want them to know who the best leader is to follow.

This week we will see that anyone can follow Jesus— even disliked, not so honest, tax collectors like Matthew. The choice Matthew made to follow Jesus changed him forever. When he walked away from his tax table, Jesus replaced his love for money with a love for people

Our prayer is that by the end of this month when we ask our preschoolers who they can follow they will answer, “I can follow Jesus.” Why? Because Jesus loves us and He will always lead us in the very best way.

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Worship

Mosaic Kids

The Garden & City: Teaching & Resources (Kindergarten - 4th Grade)

DIY

Week 3 – Take the First Step

This month we’re exploring the connection between forgiveness and God’s character, illustrated in God’s Big Story. Forgiveness is deciding that someone who has wronged you doesn’t have to pay. 

During Jesus’ ministry, He brought His followers to a mountain to explain to them what it means to live as part of God’s kingdom. In that message, He said something important about forgiveness. In Matthew 5:23-24 Jesus said, “Suppose you are offering your gift at the altar. And you remember that your brother or sister has something against you. Leave your gift in front of the altar. First go and make peace with them. Then come back and offer your gift.” We should seek to make things right with others before trying to worship God. 

Bottom Line: Take the first step to forgive others. Forgiveness is important to God. If we are in a difficult situation with someone, we should seek to make it right with them. While there are some relationships that might never be fully restored, we can at least try to offer and show forgiveness to others in our life.

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Worship

Mosaic Kids

Mix56: Teaching & Resources (5th & 6th Grade)

DIY

Week 3 – Take the First Step

This month we’re exploring the connection between forgiveness and God’s character, illustrated in God’s Big Story. Forgiveness is deciding that someone who has wronged you doesn’t have to pay. 

Key Question: What is keeping you from forgiving? Sometimes it’s hard to forgive. Maybe our feelings are really hurt. Maybe we’re physically hurt. When others hurt us, it’s sometimes hard to let go of how they made us feel. We hope to guide preteens to understand how even if they might never have a perfect relationship with others, they can still work to make things right. 

During Jesus’ ministry, He brought His followers to a mountain to explain to them what it means to live as part of God’s kingdom. In that message, He said something important about forgiveness. In Matthew 5:23-24 Jesus said, “Suppose you are offering your gift at the altar. And you remember that your brother or sister has something against you. Leave your gift in front of the altar. First go and make peace with them. Then come back and offer your gift.” We should seek to make things right with others before trying to worship God. 

Bottom Line: Take the first step to forgive others. Forgiveness is important to God. If we are in a difficult situation with someone, we should seek to make it right with them. While there are some relationships that might never be fully restored, we can at least try to offer and show forgiveness to others in our life. 

Download Parent Resources Arrow left to right

Worship

Let Us Abide

In this time while we’re not able to be physically together, we’ll be sharing encouragements, prayers, short teachings, and devotionals throughout every week on on Instagram and Facebook as well as on our website.

We know that all of us are experiencing quite a shift from our regular weekly rhythms, but the rhythm of abiding in Jesus—following His way, truth, and life—remains. And in doing so, we find He is our anchor in all times, always drawing us in closer towards Him and others.

Let’s not stop fearlessly pressing into abiding in Him individually and as a community in every moment. He pulls great purpose and beauty out of all seasons, leading us in every step.

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