Charity Roberson – Pastor
After serving Baptist churches in Virginia for six years, I am excited to be back in North Carolina. I previously served as pastor of a church in Smithfield, NC and served for nine years as the Raleigh Area Baptist Campus Minister. In a previous life I was an eighth grade science teacher for two years. I am a graduate of UNC Greensboro with a degree in middle grades education and Campbell University Divinity School where I received a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctorate of Ministry.
I am a certified life and leadership coach and a certified organizational coach and consultant. I am a published author who enjoys helping people discover who God has created them to be through discipleship, coaching, personality assessment and other leadership development.
I love that Mosaic is a creative community open to the moving of God’s spirit. It is the spirit of Mosaic that makes this place so special and that has drawn me to come and serve here.
Caitlyn Rogers – Spiritual Formation Pastor
I was born and raised in a tiny town in Eastern North Carolina, where BBQ is big and Friday Night Football is even bigger. I received my undergraduate degree in religion from Campbell University and graduated with my Master of Divinity from Campbell Divinity School in May 2018.
Between college and graduate school I packed a 45 pound backpack and traveled to 11 countries on a mission trip called The World Race. Through this experience the Lord taught me the importance of community within the church, hearing people’s stories and sharing in their celebrations and desert seasons.
Mosaic is a beautiful community of people who love Jesus and love each other. I love being a part of a community that welcomes well and offers hospitality to all.
What drew me to Mosaic was not only the people, but the opportunity to learn and the freedom to ask questions.
It was clear from our first visit that Mosaic is a welcoming community where everyone can belong and grow in faith together.
At Mosaic we come as we are to worship, we don’t need anything fancy or any pretenses to worship God, love God, and serve.