Middle School:

Imagine a world where Middle School students put others first, were they express frustrations to parents in healthy ways.  Imagine what would happen if our students were engaged in healthy friendships and were confident enough in their faith that they would openly share the gospel of Jesus Christ with others.  At Mosaic Church, we want to partner with parents to help make this a reality.

The goal of the Mosaic Middle School Ministry is to meet students right where they are by creating a safe environment for them to open up and start having meaningful conversations about faith, family and friendships.  We provide a place that will allow them to gain practical biblical wisdom that they can apply to all areas of life.

Middle Schoolers meet here at the church on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8pm.

High School:

High School; the last chapter before adulthood!  At this point friendships matter, interests change, students will test boundaries, grades start to matter and eventually, drama decreases and stress increases.

The goal of the Mosaic High School Ministry is students to develop meaningful relationships with their peers and our team of adult leaders in order to help them navigate these often difficult times.  We do this by inviting high school students to join home based small groups where we challenge students to grow spiritually and develop an authentic and lasting faith in Jesus Christ in a safe environment.

High Schoolers meet in homes on Wednesday evenings from 6:45-8:15pm.

For a list of home groups please email mike@mosaicgc.com.

The 7 Checkpoints

As a student ministry, we have adopted Andy Stanley’s “7 Checkpoints” for to ensure that students are receiving a biblical education that will set a strong foundation for their faith.  Each lesson will hit on one of the following topics:

  1. Authentic Faith
  2. Spiritual Disciplines
  3. Moral Boundaries
  4. Healthy Friendships
  5. Wise Choices
  6. Ultimate Authority
  7. Others First

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