Mosaic Small Groups

The Beginnings

Back in Fall of 2015, the English leadership discerned God’s call for the English Ministry to restructure its fellowships into small groups. While there are merits to certain “life-stage” or “gender” based small groups, we firmly believed the “home” small group should be grace-based, Christ-centered, and Holy-Spirit-inspired.

  1. These small groups transcend all cultural, ethnic, social, economic, gender, age, and life stage boundaries. As the name “Mosaic” implies, these small groups comprise of individuals from different walks of life, transcending all cultural, ethnic, social, economic gender, age, life stage categories.
  2. Our goal is to provide a small group platform where only Jesus Christ, through the work of the Holy Spirit, could account for the reason why these individuals would meet together.

At a gathering of small group leaders late 2015, we prayerfully discerned the Holy Spirit’s leading as to who should be invited into which leader’s group. On January 31, 2016, 7 small groups, led by 11 leaders, was officially launched. Each group has autonomy to decide when and where it meets, and what materials it will be studying together.

Our hope is for everyone in the English congregation to find a Mosaic small group to call home, to lift up one another on the journey of faith! If you would like to join a group, please contact mosaic@jaffraychurch.org.

Table Talk Sundays

On the last Sunday of every month, instead of Sunday school at 11 am, Mosaic small groups would gather at different locations after the worship service. It is a wonderful time of fellowship, discussion, and prayer.

In early 2017, Hosanna youths were invited to join Mosaic small groups for Table Talk Sundays. The goal is for current Mosaic small group members to build relational bridges with the youth of our congregation before they graduate high school.

  1. This belief stems from our theological understanding of Acts 2:42-49 and Galatians 3:28.
  2. “Mosaic” means a beautiful picture or image created by the arrangement of small individual pieces, all different from one another.