Join the Mosaic Launch Team
The story of Scripture is the story of God on mission.
God’s mission is to save for himself a family with whom he will dwell. God will accomplish this mission by empowering His people, the church, by the Holy Spirit, to bring the good news of God’s kingdom to the world.
We are planting Mosaic Church to be a gospel-centered family of disciple makers in the life of our city. We desire to join God on His mission to bring the “kingdom come” to Richardson.
We are asking you to join us in this mission.
THE MISSION OF CHURCH PLANTING
In the New Testament, one of the main ways God empowers his people for mission is through church planting. God gathers people from every tribe, tongue, and nation into his family. e then sends them out to call others to belong to this family.
Church planting is a dynamic movement that requires all involved to be prayerful, servant hearted, and flexible. We are asking Launch Team members to prayerfully consider both the opportunities and sacrifices involved in serving and leading in a church plant.
COMMITMENT TO THIS CHURCH PLANT
Committing to the Launch Team is a step of faith.. We are asking the Launch Team to commit to helping build and launch Mosaic Church. This commitment will require flexibility, time, energy, resources, and trust in God’s good purposes.
There will never be a time when it is not costly to be a part of Mosaic Church.
WHAT IS A LAUNCH TEAM?
A launch team is the initial group of people that forms the seed of what will grow into a mature, healthy church. The Launch Team forms the backbone of the new church, and works together to see the mission of the church fulfilled.
Joining the Mosaic Church Launch Team is a call to commit to the following:
Prayer - Pray for the community, the church, the leadership, and for one another.
Giving - Support the work of the church financially by giving faithfully and sacrificially.
Gathering - Join us for Missional Community gatherings, Launch Team trainings, and worship services.
Service - Use your gifts, talents, and time to serve both in the church and in the community.
Inviting - Invite people to Missional Community gatherings and worship to services to fulfill our mission to make disciples.