Joins us for worship on Sundays at 10:30am.
What to Expect
Mosaic believes that the church is designed to be a genuine community of people, creating a safe space of belonging for all, seeking to serve our neighbors with the compassion of God, providing opportunities to learn to be more like Jesus, and living life well together. This can’t happen in a one hour time slot on Sunday mornings. Yet we desire to be a worshipping community in Clayton, North Carolina.
Come as you are…no, really! Dress as comfortable or as formal as you like. It won’t offend us. Whether someone is wearing shorts and a tank top, a suit, or business casual – it really doesn’t matter to us, the focus of our worship is God.
The experience on Sunday morning has been described as an inclusive, genuine community, compassionate, hospitable, empowering, and an open family.
The style and formality of worship often changes as we seek to encounter the living God. If you visit Mosaic, you may sing a traditional hymn and more upbeat songs in the same service. You could hear the testimony of a member of the community, share communion, or engage in discussion on a particular passage of scripture. Often we will end our worship with a reflective time that we be introspective or active.
The sermons are a mixture of biblical exegesis, personal narrative, and references to the emerging culture. If you’re interested, check out a podcast to listen to a recent sermon.
We believe that intergenerational worship is important, so we welcome all ages to worship with us on Sunday mornings! Children and teenagers play a vital role in the Mosaic community, and we love watching all ages come together to worship and learn. We do also recognize the importance of children having a time intentionally geared towards them. On the second and fourth Sundays there is an intentional time during worship for children to gather together and participate in an interactive lesson that parallels what is being preached on.
Located at The Women’s Club of Clayton – 109 S Church Street, located directly across from the library. Street parking is available and a parking lot is located behind the The Women’s Club off of Main Street next to Brick and Mortar.