We are a community that desires to gather and worship in a manner reflective of heaven. What does that look like? It looks like our city and communities, made of people from all cultures, races and social and economic backgrounds (Revelation 7:9).
Although there exists a tendency to default to the things that we are comfortable with and know to do, Christians are called to live differently, intentionally (1 Peter 2:9).
This means that the mosaic that is the Christian community is not just great training for our eternal home but is the mandated opportunity to destroy the things that divide us: racially and culturally-rooted ignorance that leads to distrust, as well as social and economic barriers.
We believe that through mosaic Christian communities lives will be changed, neighborhoods served and our city transformed.