Frequently Asked Questions
What to Expect
Please see our COVID information page for more information.
The service typically lasts about one hour. Mosaic is an Anglican Church, which means we are a liturgical church. Liturgy gives you an opportunity to participate in the worship service. You will hear a Biblical message that is down to earth and applicable to your life.
We worship at 10am every Sunday with live contemporary music.
As of June 27, masks are no longer required. COVID Update: Of course, anyone is welcome to wear a mask and continue to social distance based on personal preference.
Our online services will continue at 10am on Sundays.
We recognize COVID-19 has put a strain on families. We are connecting with families in unique ways.
We look forward to meeting you!
What about kids?
Family Worship Service is being offered at Donaldson Park, 590 Donaldson Road Oakdale, PA 15071 at the Veteran's Pavilion. The service begins at 10am and lasts for about 45 minutes. This service is designed specifically for families. There are musical instruments for the children, large motor skill activity, a bible lesson, and family prayer time. There is a parent's corner while the children engage in a large motor skill activity. For additional information e-mail our Family Life Director, Timothy Guiliani, at email@example.com.
Come Rain or Shine! Bring an umbrella, soccer chair, and your own beverage.
These outdoor Family Worship Services are offered every Sunday from May through September 12. Except the following Sundays: May 16, June 6, August 15, and September 19. These Sundays the entire church will worship together at Donaldson Park, including Kids Crossing.
Family Life will begin meeting outside starting in May for Family Fire Pit on the 2nd Friday of the month.
What do you believe?
As a church we will “love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind,” (Matthew 22:37, NIV). This is the vertical piece of the cross. As we love God we will love others with the His Son’s love. “Love your neighbor as yourself” (Matthew 22:39, NIV). This is the horizontal piece of the cross.
We desire to lift high the name of Jesus, to bring Him all the glory. We want to reflect His love in such a way that people are curious to know more about Him, to eventually surrender their lives to Him as their Lord and Savior.
I still have questions, who should I talk to?
Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.