What to Expect

What to Expect 2019-06-01T12:57:27-04:00

What to Exect

We recognize that visiting a church for the first time can be a little intimidating.  We want to make it as smooth and comfortable as we can for you.  Here are a few things that you can expect on your visit to a 10:30 worship service at Mosaic:


We meet at the Daniel Morgan Campus located at 48 S. Purcell Ave on the corner of S. Purcell Ave and Cork Street right across from Jim Barnett Park.

Dress code:

We don’t have one.  You will likely see people in anything from casual clothes to dress attire, but most people will be on the more casual side (jeans, polos, t-shirts, etc.).


You can park in either of the two large parking lots on the S. Purcell Ave side of the school.


Follow the sidewalks to the Daniel Morgan Intermediate School main entrance.   On your way into the building, you will see our First Time Guest tent.  We would love for you to stop by and introduce yourself. There is a short survey that we ask first time guests to fill out so that we can have a record of your visit, help you check in children, and/or help you get connected with appropriate ministries.  You can also grab a bulletin for the day that will have the order of worship, prayer guides, ways to get connected, and upcoming events listed.  Once you enter the building, you will find our information and hospitality tables.

Children’s Ministry:  

We offer several different environments for kids based on age during our 10:30 service.  Each of our staff and children’s ministry volunteers is background checked to provide a safe environment for families.  Families are welcome to have their children participate in these ministries or to worship together in the main service.  The Nursery (0-24 months) & Preschool(2 years – Pre-K) environments are available during the entire service.  Kids in the Elementary (1-3 grade) environment are in the main service to worship with their families during the first part of the service and then are dismissed to those environments during the preaching.  If you do plan on using any of these ministries, we ask that you register your children when you arrive.  One of our guest services volunteers will be able to show you the children’s ministry environments once you have registered.

Coffee Bar:

Just as you enter the building you will also pass by our coffee bar.  Please feel free to grab a coffee, hot tea, or water on your way to worship.  We partner with Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee to provide excellent coffee that helps us connect with a global mission.


Restrooms are just down the hallway.  There is clear signage helping you find the way.

Worship Service:

Once the service starts there is typically worship through singing, prayer, preaching from the scriptures, and a time to respond to the message.  During the response time, we ask that people fill out the response card that is attached to their bulletin.  After the service, the response card can be placed in our giving box located by the exit at the top of the auditorium.