Most meaningful friendships begin at the point of similar interest, whether music, sports, art, movies, or common experiences. Typically, one’s gathering with friends continues around similar interests. This is where friendships are strengthened.
With our community growing, we set out to foster connections between Mosaic members through the Connection Gathering and the Like-Interest Feedback form. Our goal is to spur new friendships and strength existing ones. Genuine relationships are the backbone of Mosaic.
We want to share some of the findings, as well as challenge you to make connections with others in Mosaic based on similar interest. What you do with the findings is up to you. Our prayer is that you will take the initiative to make connections with others and continue to invite people into the activities.
Moreover, as you gather to engage in like-interest activities, we challenge you to think missionally about how you can connect with others outside of Mosaic. Think: How can we use like-interest groups to be the presence of Jesus?
Here are the connecting points discovered among participants: woodwork, fishing, biking, hunting, hiking, cooking, baking, skiing, walking, running, gardening, pottery, working out, golf, craft beer, brewery tours, music, wine, tubing, basketball.
Book Club, February 16
The Book Club will be gathering on February 16 at 6:30pm for a night of conversation. The group will be discussing Jodi Picoult’s “Small Great Things.” You do not have to read the entire book to attend. This is about getting together to be together. The group will gather at Dawn Pope’s house (119 Plaza De Luke Square, Clayton).
Poker Night, February 23
Poker Night is not what it appears to be. Do people play poker? Yes. Are most people there to just hang out? Of course. Make plans to be at the next Poker Night on February 23 at 7:00pm. BYOB and a snack to share. The group will gather at Alan Pope’s house (119 Plaza De Luke Square, Clayton).