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Just as you are...
It's simple. Our vision is clear, "we will advance the Good News of Jesus Christ by returning to the Lord".
There is no going forward without going back. We must return to God; to our friendship with Him and rekindle what life and time seem to snuff out. Isaiah 44:22 reads, "I have swept away your offenses like a cloud, your sins like the morning mist. Return to me, for I have redeemed you."
The Gospel of Jesus Christ tells us that God so loved us, so absolutely burdened for us, and foolishly crazy for us, that He did whatever it took to capture, captivate, reveal, and give insight to His great love for us. It is a desperate plea for no more games, no more foolishness, come to me and rejoin me in relationship. Genesis 3:8 remembers a God who was so close to His creation that He could be heard, "walking in the garden in the cool of the day". This same God has been working and striving ever since to bring us back to that place where we walk together once more.
Plan your visit
We understand it can be hard to visit a church for the first time. You might ask yourself, “What’s going to happen when I come in the front door?” “How will I know where to go and what to do when I get there?” “What will I do with my children?” “What should I wear?” “What will the service be like?” All kinds of unknown factors can make church seem very intimidating. With this section we hope to answer some of the questions you might have about our church before you visit. All of us at Mosaic Community Church truly hope to make your visit with us relaxed and enriching.
What is a service like?
While we are constantly challenging the idea of a “schedule”, we are much like many churches in how we operate. We begin each service with announcements followed with prayer. We, currently, will sing a couple of “praise” songs and then pause to allow children to be dismissed to “children’s church”. At this point, you can expect a simplistic Gospel driven message, followed by a time of worship and prayer. Service concludes and is dismissed shortly after.
What is your worship like?
In a few words, "simplistic, honest, and transparent.
Music definitely has a place in our church and every church has its own style of worship. We do not hold fashion to a current culture of music, rather we play anything from hymns to contemporary worship. The traditional features of our worship bring us the best from God’s Church throughout the ages, while the contemporary features remind us that God’s promises of forgiveness, guidance and peace still apply to our daily lives. Every song we sing is intentionally selected to focus on worshiping and praising Jesus Christ.
Other things you might see...
Because we are a church built through salvation by grace and now live to be obedient to Jesus who has saved us, we desire to fulfill the call of being "created in His image". This means in our services you will see prayer (both personal and corporate), tithes, offerings, "altar" moments, baptisms, communion, and even sharing a few meals together.
Located in the heart of Marble Falls, right off of 281 across from Chick-Fil-A. We are currently located in the same building as Tea Thyme, suite A.
Our Address is:
2108 US HWY 281, Suite A
Marble Falls, Texas 78654
Our service times are:
Wednesdays, 6:45pm (Bring an appetite! We share a meal every week!)
Sundays, 10am (Come expecting!)
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2108 US HWY 281 STE A
Marble Falls, Texas 78654
Thanks for your interest in supporting the ongoing ministry of Mosaic Community Church. Our desire is to serve our Jesus in all things, and one of the primary ways we serve Him is by cheerfully giving Him our “firstfruits” (2 Corinthians 9:7; Proverbs 3:9). Because giving cheerfully and sacrificially of our finances is part of our worship as Christ-followers, we invite our members and regular attenders to give, not by meeting some obligatory percentage, but gladly sacrificing for the sake of the gospel because Jesus and His mission is worth it – oh, and all we have is His anyways...