Missional Living and Sending
Biblical Justice and Reconciliation
Commitment to the Whole Mission of God
Ancient/Future Worship Practices
MISSIONAL LIVING AND SENDING
We believe in the “mission dei” of God. We believe our ministries should be shaped with the belief that missional living is the ultimate desire of God for believers on earth.
Focusing on cities as population shifts move toward urban areas.
Believing the Family of God consists of all people from all ethnicities and cultures, we work to establish and strengthen multi-cultural churches and ministries. We also work with homogenous churches who strive to be multi-ethnic.
BIBLICAL JUSTICE AND RECONCILIATION
We pursue reconciliation with all peoples and advocate justice for those forgotten and harmed in a world broken by sin.
We bring together the ancient faith with new mission, finding balance among the Spirit-filled, liturgical, and evangelical. We also seek to work with one another and other denominations, sharing in mission, without compromising beliefs.
We believe that all the spiritual gifts are functioning today and are vital for full, wholistic ministry in the urban, multi-cultural environment. We acknowledge spiritual warfare and claim the victory of Christ in our warfare.
COMMITMENT TO THE WHOLE MISSION
Mosaic Network ministries desire to see wholistic ministry, ministering to the whole person, as we partner together.
ANCIENT/FUTURE WORSHIP AND PRACTICES
We desire to see rhythms of worship and rest reflect the church through the ages. We embrace the ideas of Celtic Christianity that we are missional, monastic outposts sent to shape culture for Christ. We desire to see a blend of ancient and future worship practices in our churches and ministries, and exercising healthy rhythms of rest and sabbath. We acknowledge the three-fold offices of the church and five-fold ministry for equipping the church.
We acknowledge that all believers are gifted in the body of Christ and desire to see every believer equipped and empowered for ministry, regardless of race, ethnicity, or gender.