To Connect at Mosaic
Chapter One is a foundational space at Mosaic where you can learn our history, mission, and vision. You’ll meet several of our staff and get a holistic view of all of Mosaic’s current ministries and how they work together, bringing us together as a collective body of believers.
While this is held at our Winter Garden Campus and primarily focuses on the ministries housed there, you are welcome to join us if you attend the Mosaic at Walt Disney World Campus.
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 to get to know you and, in turn, help you get to know the stories unfolding Mosaic.
We’d love to meet up in person or online.
Our Connect Hub is currently on a break as we tweak its approach to being a starting point for building relationships within our Winter Garden Campus community. It will return soon, though. More details to come!
This space is dedicated to developing deeper relationships within our Mosaic at Walt Disney World Campus and is designed for everyone—whether you’ve been attending Mosaic at WDW for a long time or if you have just recently started joining us on Sundays. Typically, the evening consists of brief teaching on a passage of scripture followed by a casual roundtable discussion 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.
Every fall and spring, both our campuses host a church-wide Bible study designed to be accessible and inspiring to study-goers of all levels of biblical knowledge. You can start coming at any point of the study.
Each study is 11 weeks long and available at two different times throughout the week: Tuesday evenings and Wednesday mornings at our campus building. Each week includes one to two hours of homework to help you prep for the coming teaching and discussion. The teaching space is co-ed and led by a qualified teacher.
Every season we unpack different passages and genres of scripture while learning to see how it all points us to Christ. Meeting on Thursday nights, we hang out and then engage in guided study and discussion. (No prep work required.) Men and women meet at two different homes to encourage open discussion.
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Jesus is the fulfillment and redemption of every good and seemingly lost promise of the Old Testament. This theological concept called “Christological Types” threads through the Old Testament narrative, revealing the wholeness of the Bible and the fullness of Christ’s role in turning the story of creation on its head from death to life.