Mosaic NWA

Mosaic NWA


Where can I get a recording of the first song in the service today (You are the... I am found in You...)?
Thank you children’s ministry! They could not wait till Sunday!
There's a fun Slugs & Bugs Livestream right now - check it out here:
Came across this song during my quiet time this morning. Perfect for our current series!
Heard this song this morning and thought it is such a sweet expression of last night. Enjoy the snow everyone!
We have been out of community for a couple of years but rejoined this year. I had major surgery last week and have been so blessed with how our group has taken care of us with meals, prayers, etc. It’s a blessing to be in community again. #liveassent
PLEASE spread the word our house in Rogers is available for lease! Professionally cleaned & carpets shampooed last week! Call Dave Collins with ReMax for a showing.
Thank you, Mosaic, for training our boys in the Word and releasing them to serve in the World! Through the staff leadership team, the townhouse leaders, Antioch leaders, etc...You have taught our young men well and they are ready to fly. Our family has been blessed through Mosaic student ministry. We are excited to see where the future takes these boys.
Looking for childcare recommendations in Springdale for my 13 month old grandson...
What kinds of things keep you from being known?

All are broken | All matter | One gets the glory

Mission: Our Calling :: GC2 -Great Commandment—to love God and love others as our self -Great Commission—to make disciples of all peoples


In Acts 2, we read about the day of Pentecost, where the Holy Spirit descended on the early Church gathering in Jerusalem.
Today, we reflect on the new realities that are found in the Church, where the dividing wall between races, genders, classes, and people groups has been brought down and a new community has been formed.
Join us tonight as we dive deeper into this passage!

What is one word you would use to describe God?

Comment below - let’s keep each other encouraged.✨

Listen, learn, lament, lean in

Listen, learn, lament, lean in.

“I am poor and in pain. Oh God, let your salvation guide me.”
{Psalm 69:29}

If you are in need of care, encouragement, or prayer, our pastoral team is available on a dedicated line every day of the week, from 9am to 9pm! The number is 479-878-2980.

Reach out - we're here for you.

Today, we pause & remember.

"No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord." {Romans 8:37-39}

May we live in light of His love for us this week.💫

HOPE. We all need it, amen?

Join us tonight as we dive into Romans 8, where a beacon of light is shone on a dark sea of hopelessness 🙌

GREAT ARE YOU LORD (NWA Worship Collective)

There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all. Ephesians 4:4-6 (NIV)
Worship leaders from 20 different congregations across Northwest Arkansas came together to worship the One who unites us all — Jesus Christ. This collaboration is a proclamation: as long as we have breath in our lungs, the Church will not stop singing His praise! No quarantine can quiet our worship. And, by His grace, the eternal song of salvation will reach the ends of the earth! Special guest worship leader and co-author of this song, “Great Are You, Lord”, David Leonard, adds his voice and his “amen” to this anthem.
Fellowship Worship

Worship leaders from 20 different congregations across Northwest Arkansas came together to worship the One who unites us all — Jesus Christ. This collaborati...

This painting will be in the background of our online service this weekend to help you experience Him. Keep an eye out for it!
"I created this painting in April in the middle of so much unknown. The colors very much represented how I was feeling. The light blue base color is representative of the overall peace I have felt through the sovereign grasp of our Creator who holds us firm.

The deep navy and green represent the deep sorrow and grief I feel for what is going on in the world.

But, the sparks of purple and yellow are the joy I feel during this process of just slowing down." -Brooke Ceola

Matt Chat 5.21.20

Remember, meditate, muse...

Lament (Psalm 77)

This week, part of our Clarity reading is Psalm 77 - a psalm of lament.
A few years ago, our worship team wrote & recorded a song based on this passage. Check it out below…

"The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of his being, sustaining all things by his powerful word. After he had provided purification for sins, he sat down at the right hand of the Majesty in heaven."

{Hebrews 1:3}

Inviting someone to church has never been so easy!

Send a friend, neighbor, or family member the link in our bio & watch the service together. 🏡

"Come to Him today and rather than hurrying through time in His presence, breathe... slow down... go outside and consider the ravens and flowers... and simply enjoy a moment spent resting in the presence of the King of Peace." - Collin Jackson

Matt Chat 5.14.20

With so many questions, it's just hard to find the words to pray sometimes. Can anyone else relate?
Thankfully, we have a God who is praying on OUR behalf!

"I am a 7th grade math and science teacher and my students had a civic engagement project that got taken out by COVID19.
We were discussing how to still do SOMETHING for our civic engagement project, and decided to just focus on encouraging our community. Recently we’ve been looking at the impact of 'just one' - how just one person has an impact on the world around them.
One idea was to "adopt" nurses in NWA during Nurse Appreciation Week by sending them care packages and showing them how much we appreciate them.
I created a Facebook group to help the kids bring the idea to life and just invited some people that I knew are nurses or who aren’t but would show love to them.
Well, that multiplied so much faster than I ever thought it would, and we had over 3,000 members of the group in 3 days!! Over 900 nurses have already been adopted by the NWA community.
I’m not allowed to directly bring Christ up in the classroom setting but these kids are seeing what the hands and feet of Christ look like. They’re seeing how a simple gesture can impact a whole community when it’s done with great love.
One mattered enough for ONE to die for. One-to-one seems to have a pretty high significance. I think that is such a deep message of hope right now and my heart is so encouraged that the Lord is showing me how much significance ONE has. Me. You. Them. Every single one."
- Callie Day

Callie is a part of our Mosaic body, and we are so thankful for her and the impact she's made on our community!

Ahmaud Arbery Announcement

Pray with us.
“Our God, thank you for reconciling us to you. Thank you for including us in how you are reconciling our nation… reconciling race. And right now it doesn’t feel like it. Right now, I just hurt. I grieve, I lament, I have questions, and I don’t know what to do.
But Lord, as a starting point, I repent of my sin. I repent of my naivety. I repent of the systemic racism that exists. And I plead with you God, make yourself known. In your name we pray, Amen."

Aren't you glad the Church isn't a building?

We'll see you tonight at

Matt Chat (Kids Edition!)

We asked 8-year-old Levi: "What advice would you give other kids on how to get through social distancing?"

Ask your kid the same question and drop their response in the comments below.👇

Did you know that so many of our Training Center classes are recorded and available for you online?
Now could be a great time to dive deeper into your spiritual development!
View all classes at

Sermon Recap 5.2.20

"I'll meet you where you’re at.

I'll come to you.

I will enter your mess - meeting you emotionally, physically, and spiritually."

To listen to the whole sermon from Saturday, visit

Ever feel stuck?
Us too. And so did Peter! Join us tonight as we see Jesus, in his typical “out of the ordinary” way, meet Peter in the stuck.
He can meet us too, if we just let him.

Watch the service at

“Faith really is more about being patient than anything. We have to stop our thoughts and worries from taking our eyes off of the Lord; we just faithfully do what we do in the place where He put us. Wait for Him to move. Trust that He is moving. He's always up to something."

- Carrie Tucker, Mosaic Women's Community Staff

Read the full article at

Matt Chat 4.30.20

What are you feeding your soul?

"When we're at that intersection of painful disappointment and hopeful expectation, one of the greatest things we can do is listen to Jesus."
How has this truth played out in your life recently? Let us know in the comments below!

"Our kids probably learn more from our weaknesses and mistakes than they do from our successes."
What does it look like to disciple our families during this time? Check out the latest episode of our Clarity podcast, "Discipling Your Family".
You can find it anywhere you listen to podcasts!

A fresh vision, passion, hope...
This is what Jesus brought to two disheartened disciples on the road to Emmaus, and what he brings to each one of us.
Join us for our online service tomorrow as we dive deeper into the story at

Samaritan Community Center Update

“This past Tuesday, we did 695 meals right here in Springdale.”

Hear how God is using one of our partner organizations, Samaritan Community Center, to impact our community + practical ways you can get involved!

Sign-up to volunteer at

Over the weekend, our Early Childhood team went door-to-door to hand out the next month of crafts & activities that go along with our kid's videos!

If you would like a packet for your child (Birth - Kindergarten) and haven't received one yet, email [email protected]

Hey Mosaic Students! 👋

Registration is open NOW for Antioch!

Antioch is a leadership program for high school students designed to increase their knowledge of God, build their skills for Christ-like living, and grow their passion for experiencing the joys and promises of God's kingdom.

For more information & to sign-up, visit

We can't wait to continue in joy & celebration of Christ's resurrection this weekend. It is GOOD to gather, even if it's online!

Join us for our online service tomorrow at

Matt Chat 4.16.20

"The church isn’t over. The church hasn’t stopped. Instead of a gathering, we’re focused on a scattering."

"When we spoke with Mercy officials last week, they told us that there were no childcare options for younger children. We knew immediately that this would be right up our alley!"
Our amazing childcare workers are providing childcare for nurses who work at Mercy Hospital!
If you'd like to help support this project, contact Robyn at [email protected]


Following Easter Day, Eastertide is a seven-week focus on reminding us of our identity in Christ found in the risen and exalted Christ.

May we live in light of the empty tomb!


Fellowship Worship // "IS HE WORTHY"
“They sang a new song, saying: 'You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, because you were slain, and with your blood you purchased for God persons from every tribe and language and people and nation. You have made them to be a kingdom and priests to serve our God, and they will reign on the earth.’” Revelation 5:9-10 (NIV)
He is risen! Jesus Christ slayed our sin and conquered death when he walked out of that tomb Easter morning. He is worthy of our worship!

Fellowship Bible Church of NWA's Easter Celebration (Quarantine Edition) "And they sang a new song, saying: 'You are worthy to take the scroll and to open it...

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Videos (show all)

Listen, learn, lament, lean in
Matt Chat 5.21.20
Lament (Psalm 77)
Matt Chat 5.14.20
Ahmaud Arbery Announcement
Matt Chat (Kids Edition!)
Sermon Recap 5.2.20
Matt Chat 4.30.20
Samaritan Community Center Update
Matt Chat 4.16.20
Matt Chat 4.9.20
Tenebrae Service





1051 W Pleasant Grove Rd
Rogers, AR

General information

Mosaic is a community of faith that acknowledges that all are broken... that's reality. But, we acknowledge a greater reality that God loves us, pursues us, rescues us, transforms us, and uses us for His glory when we embrace His grace through Jesus, the gospel. We gather regularly in small communities in order to live out the mission of spreading this good news throughout NWA. We also gather regularly as a body to worship together and be reminded of this good news.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday 17:00 - 20:00
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