Leadership Team

Leadership Team 2018-05-24T14:43:49-04:00


Pastor James is the lead pastor of Mosaic of Winchester. He has a passion for carefully unpacking the truths of Scripture from a gospel-centered perspective. Pastor James is passionate about reaching people that are often overlooked by many churches.

“Church is not for good people… it’s for bad people. Church is not for the whole, but for the broken. Church is not for families that have it all together, but for families that are falling apart! At Mosaic of Winchester, we are building a faith community that is for the single mom trying to hold it all together… for the single college student who is looking for purpose and meaning, not just success… for the person who has never gone to church, and is looking for hope and healing.”

Pastor James is passionate about what he calls, “Shoe Leather Christianity” — If what you learn on Sunday morning does not impact and transform the way you walk on Monday through Saturday, then it is not worth learning. The Gospel is not made for Sunday morning, but transforms our daily lives!

He and his wife, Mary, have been married for more than 20 years and have seven children.


Pastor Shay is the executive pastor of Mosaic of Winchester. He is driven by the opportunity to share the truths of Scripture with those around him.

Pastor Shay planted the Church at Winchester in 2012 with the hopes of seeing the Gospel spread throughout the City of Winchester. During that time, he and Pastor James formed a friendship, leading the two to partner their churches together for the betterment of the city—and to see that hope become a reality.

“Jesus tells us that He didn’t come to call the righteous, but the sinners—and that is all of us. None of us measure up to the standard God has set, but that’s the beauty of the Gospel. Christ died to save sinners, to heal the broken, and to find the lost sheep. It’s our mission as the church—as the unified body of Christ—to go out and tell everyone we can about the good news of salvation. That’s why our churches came together, because we believe we can complete that mission better together.”

Pastor Shay and his wife, Sarah, have been married for more than 15 years and have two children.