Mosaic Anglican Church
Mosaic began through prayerful discernment in the fall of 2010 as our rector, Elaine Storm, sought God's guidance. Over the course of the next nine months this prayer formed into an articulated vision, which was shared among friends, family, and Diocesan Leadership. By August of 2011, eight people sat around her dining room table to discuss the formation of a new church plant. Over the course of the next three years, Mosaic was launched as one of hundreds of new church plants within the Anglican Church of North America.
Mosaic is named with Moses in mind. He led God's people out of bondage and was told to take back what belonged to God. Mosaic's name also recognizes that all people are welcome to join the adventure. Mosaic desires to be a diverse and inclusive body of believers. We are multi-generational and live out our core values: ADVENTURE, GENEROSITY, RESTORATION, and DIVERSITY.
We transformed an old PennDOT office at 140 Imperial Plaza Drive and can pack in about 100 folks. We are thrilled to be a part of North Fayette Township and look forward to having you join us on our adventure!
What is Anglican? The Anglican Communion is a protestant denomination and is the third largest Christian communion in the world with over 85 million members. Want to learn more? Check out: http://www.anglicancommunion.org