Chapter One is a foundational space at Mosaic where you can learn our history, mission, and vision as a collective body of believers. You’ll meet several of our staff and get a holistic view of all of Mosaic’s current ministries and how they work together.
While this event is held at our Winter Garden Campus and primarily focuses on the ministries housed there, you are still welcome to join us if you regularly attend our WDW Campus.
In this online group, you can connect with others, meet new people, and, we hope, be refreshed by the gospel. Join us on Zoom any Sunday from 5:00pm – 6:00pm. No need to register, just jump in whenever you’re available. We would love to experience community with you!
This space is dedicated to developing deeper connections and relationships in the Mosaic at WDW community. These nights are designed for everyone—whether you’ve been attending Mosaic at WDW for a long time or if you have recently started coming. There will usually be a brief teaching focused on scripture that points us to Jesus followed by a conversation focused on application.
To facilitate intimacy and openness, men and women meet in separate locations on the second and fourth Thursday of every month. Visit our Calendar to register for upcoming Hubs.
Becoming familiar with a place isn’t always easy. Sometimes, it helps to have a guide. This is why we have a team of people who are available to meet up with you one-on-one over coffee (whether in-person or online) to help you connect to the community here at Mosaic.
Jesus interacted with thousands of people while on Earth, but he regularly did life with just twelve. We believe in following his model and pursuing God’s Kingdom in the day-to-day alongside a small group of friends which we call Community Groups.
Community Groups all look different from one another. Our Discipleship Team would love to help you find one that’s a good fit for you no matter where you are in your journey of following Jesus.
As a smaller campus, the pathway into sharing life with a small group of friends looks a little different from our Winter Garden Campus. Join us at Connect Hub to get to know people and, from there, organically step into discipleship-focused life rhythms alongside others with the help of our Discipleship Team.
Discipleship, Study, & Recovery Groups
Deep-Dive Into a Range of Biblical Topics
Our Commitment to One Another
Help Others Grow in Their Faith
A dangerous ideology was circulating through the church at Colossae, one that lessened Christ’s role and undermined believers’ new identity “in Him” (1:2, 28). Paul wrote them to warn against this false teaching and encourage the believers there to grow toward Christian maturity. In this letter, he emphasizes Christ’s authority over all evil powers, reminding us that, as believers, we are united with the risen Christ. Therefore, we share in his power and authority to fight against sin, pursue holiness, and live as distinctively Christ-like households.