Men, Women, & Families
Mosaic Care is designed to support families who call Mosaic home by stepping into their lives in the midst of hard circumstances, fulfilling tangible and spiritual needs in times of crisis.
We are also passionate about supporting, loving, and encouraging our volunteers, staff, and missionary partners, making sure they feel seen, remembered, and appreciated.
Scripture calls us as fellow believers and members of the same local church body to be there for one another, mourning and celebrating together as well as seeing and caring for each other’s needs. In doing this, we glorify God.
We focus our care on individuals and families who have called Mosaic home for a few months as it is a part of cultivating a relationship within our local church body. If you are new to Mosaic and are currently in the midst of a hard space, we would love to pray with you. We also have a list of local organizations we recommend that are well-equipped to provide support for Central Florida families facing crises.
One of the most powerful and beautiful things we can do for one another is pray. Through it, we share needs, losses, sorrows, hopes, victories, thanksgiving, and celebrations. The Bible is full of stories of its power. And the letters to the church found in the New Testament encourage us, again and again, to not neglect it as it brings healing, provision, and enriches our hearts and souls with strength, hope, wisdom, and faith (James 5:13-16, Ephesians 6:18, 1 Timothy 2:1, 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, Philippians 4:6, Colossians 4:2, etc).
Our deacons, pastors, and elders believe it’s an essential part of their calling to faithfully pray for the people of Mosaic. We also have a Prayer Team that meets faithfully throughout the week to pray over every one of our community’s needs and praises as they’re made known. We would love for you to share yours with us.
As a part of providing care, we work to provide hot meals in the middle of a crisis or as a supportive measure. This can be for families in need or those in the midst of illness, grief, a hospital stay, or some other type of family emergency or situation.
If you or someone you know who calls Mosaic home could benefit from this kind of short-term support, let us know.
Sometimes we need an encouraging word or presence to just sit and be with us. Visitations are designed for Mosaic deacons to encourage, visit with, and pray alongside individuals in the hospital, homebound, or living in an assisted living or rehabilitation center.
If you or someone you know needs a visitation, please let us know.
Scripture calls the church to encourage, comfort, and support women walking a painful and difficult path after losing their spouse. We find that sometimes the best people in the church to do this are other women who have traveled that same road.
Whether seeking one-on-one support or the comfort of our Widow Care group, we want to offer hope and remind you that you are not alone. We have been where you are.
We want to provide assistance to families who regularly attend Mosaic and find themselves in financial crisis. You must request and be approved for an application. Assistance may come in many forms, including finances, guidance, or other resources.
Through Mosaic Motors, we both receive approved vehicle donations and provide vehicles to financially self-sufficient families struggling with transportation.
If you have a vehicle you would like to donate, please complete this application.
If you call Mosaic home and are struggling with transportation issues and do not have the assets or resources to purchase a vehicle, please let us know by filling out an application.
The Bereavement team walks alongside families who are experiencing grief in several different ways.
If there has been a death within your family, please let us know, and our Bereavement team will reach out to you. If you would like to request a Celebration of Life Service, please contact our Care Coordinator, Jacki Farley, for more information
Volunteers are needed to serve these families on the day of a Celebration of Life service. Serving may include creating slideshows or running tech to something as simple as holding the door open for guests.
Alternatively, if you have experienced grief firsthand and would like to provide wrap-around care to families coming after you, we would love to match you to an appropriate family. Please understand this journey may be painful as you look back to your own loss by helping those currently walking through loss. This could be the loss of a parent, child, spouse, sibling, or friend.
If you have a desire to help meet the needs of others in hard spaces or want to be a part of regularly (and creatively) encouraging Mosaic’s many staff, volunteers, and missionary partners as they faithfully work to serve others through their ministry, we would love for you to join our team of Mosaic Care volunteers.
There is a wide range of ways in which you can volunteer your time and/or experience, whether it’s organizing and delivering meals, visiting individuals and families in the hospital, or drawing from your own experience of loss to walk with others as they experience the death of a loved one. These are just a few examples of ways we would love for you to join us, serving in the best capacity fit for you.