Park Row Church and Mosaic are exploring the opportunity of both churches becoming 1 church in a way to better worship Jesus and serve the City. Each Wednesday at 7pm we are gathering at Park Row Church to pray and seek God together in this endeavor. Join us if you can and desire. (Childcare is not available)
Save the date for Sunday March 29th as we look to practically serve Arlington High and surrounding communities with our friends from Park Row Church. Our 10am Gathering will start with a few songs and then we will be given assignments to go and bless those immediately around us. We will conclude our time of serving with lunch around 12noon at AHS. Jennifer Guegain (817- 209-9754) will be our team lead for food. Contact her if you would like to help.
A small shoebox can teach a child about the love of God, lead him or her to faith in Christ, inspire pastors, and plant new churches. What goes into the box is fun, but what comes out is eternal. Be a part of changing lives through the power of a simple gift.
Partner with us and return a box to Mosaic on or before November 23rd.
#theMIX students have the opportunity to serve at the Operation Christmas Child Processing Center on Saturday, December 13th. Contact Melvin or Priscilla Canales for more details or to register your teenager.
We are a blessed community at Mosaic of Arlington, to have such great creative talent and gifts all around us. September 13th, our friend, Parker Ott will be helping us design creative chalk pieces outside our MIX_____. Bring a friend, $5 for dinner and clothes that you don't mind getting dirty.
This event is for Students 6-12th grade.
We will offering a 9 week course, starting on August 13th (Preview Class), on managing the money God allows you to earn. If you need help with budgets, spending habits and just practical wisdom on how to handle finances then this class will be for you. Classes will be on Wednesdays 6:30-8:30pm at Mosaic. Childcare is provided if your RSVP. Contact Justen (817-966- 5383) to learn more about costs and to sign up. (Alumni do not have to pay to take the class again and some scholarships are available).
Join us on Wednesdays (6:30pm-8:30pm) for a study of the end times according to the Scriptures. This insightful class will present all the different theological perspectives, and more importantly help us learn how these theologies affect our everyday life. Contact Robert Williams (817-909-6153) for more information. Childcare (birth through 5th grade) will be provided but you need to RSVP with Robert 1 week ahead of time.
Our marriage class continues this Wednesday 6:30pm in the Mosaic Lounge. Join us if you would like to be reminded of God’s desires for your marriage, and how together we see those desires happen. Contact Stephen (817-929-5658) for more information. Childcare is provided but a meal will not be served.
An artistic genius, raised on a tree farm in Indiana by a weathered, callous father, Rich wrestled all of his life with the brokenness and crippling insecurity born of his childhood.
A lover of Jesus and a rebel in the church, Rich refused to let his struggles with alcoholism, addiction, and women tear him away from a God he was determined to love. As he wrestled with success in Nashville, depression in Wichita, and oblivion in the Four Corners, Rich became one of the first of his time honestly amidst a culture of religion and conformity.
Towards the end of his life he encountered a love deeper than he had ever known dying tragically in a car accident at age 41.
He was a prophet and a poet and a beggar, more comfortable with the homeless than the wealthy, more in love with Jesus than religion, more interested in the music than the song. He felt too much, and held too much. He searched desperately his whole life for a way to belong down here, but he never did. He was just passing through.
“Ragamuffin is a beautiful and moving film that captures one man’s struggle to overcome the trappings of success, and to learn how to accept the unconditional love of God. Whether or not you are a fan of Rich Mullins, you will be touched by this movie. It is honest, accurate, and unafraid to show Rich’s scars, yet pointing us all to the deeper truth even if our hearts condemn us, God is greater than our hearts.”
- James Bryan Smith, author of Rich Mullins: An Arrow Pointing to Heaven