Our Story

How it all started...

Mosaic is a community of people who are seeking to intentionally orient their lives around the life and teaching of Jesus.

Our journey began in the summer of 2006 when a small group of families spent a few days together in NW Montana.  We were fed up with the complacency in our own lives,  our tendency to simply “attend” church and longed for something more, something deeper.
With our ideas in our hearts and heads, we were given an incredible opportunity to meet with Dr. Eugene Peterson, author of The Message.  He listened, shared his stories and encouraged us to pursue a Christ-centered community.

Of course, Dr. Peterson wasn't the only one that fed into our journey.  We were also being supported and encouraged by our dear friends, Dr. Randy Roland, Dr. Allen Likkel and our larger community, the Christian Reformed Church of North America.

Upon returning from our trip, we gathered a group of about 30 people for a backyard BBQ in Bellingham, WA to discuss what it would look like to plant a new faith community that was intent on “being” the church and “being” Jesus in our city.  After that evening together we began calling ourselves Mosaic and had several backyard BBQs throughout the summer to continue our exploration of “being”.

Our Name - Mosaic
During this time, we also began to see the need in our lives for a community “rhythm” or way of life. We were asking the question, “What would our lives look like oriented around the life of Jesus?” From there we committed to 5 rhythms: Beautify, Listen, Eat, Study and Send.  Our "BLESS" rhythms.

Mosaic has become a wonderful community of people that are seeking to orient their lives around Jesus. Come to one of our gatherings and explore with us what it means to be the hands and feet of Jesus! We think that a faith community truly committed to living this way could change everything. We invite you to join us in this unfolding story. The Mosaic may just need your piece!

Be a part of our story...

Join us every Sunday as we gather to worship together a 9:45 am for brunch, music, discussion, Godly Play for the kids, and communion for everyone.