Jesus said “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind” (Luke 10:27). We take the Bible very seriously and seek to love God with our whole lives. It’s only by Jesus’ love for us that we can love Him back (1 John 4:19).
The grace of Jesus compels us to love God with everything that we have and everything that we are.
It’s impossible to love God without loving people. “For God so loved the whole world…” (John 3:16). Because Jesus loves everyone so do we. Jesus invites us to love our neighbor, not just when it’s convenient but also when it’s costly. Loving people includes meeting their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Empowered by the Holy Spirit we seek to love people radically in a way that reveals the goodness of our Father in Heaven.
CHANGE THE WORLD
In Matthew 6:10 Jesus instructs His disciples to pray like this “Your Kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.” Loving God and Loving People will result in heaven on earth but it’s only by the power of God that we can see the world change.
We believe that when we take Jesus at His word and love Him with our whole lives and love our neighbors as ourselves we will see the world change.
Mosaic began in 2005 as a small group of people seeking Jesus in an apartment in Capitol Hill. Since that point Mosaic Seattle has met in 13 different venues for our Sunday celebration gatherings, including locations in the U-District, Central District, Queen Anne, Fremont, and more.
Because more and more people joined the Mosaic family and began driving in from different cities, we decided to start another local church. In 2014 we planted Mosaic Edmonds which is growing and making a great impact in their community. Since our inception we have been sending short term and long term missionaries around the world to share the gospel and plant churches.
Mosaic is part of the Antioch International Movement of Churches. We are a movement of churches connected by relationship and a desire to love God, love one another and love those who do not know Jesus, through the power and work of the Holy Spirit. The Antioch movement, which began more than 20 years ago, is dedicated to seeing the local church reproduce the Kingdom of God through evangelism and discipleship throughout the United States and around the world.