Rather than a weekly church service, Mosaic Chapel meets each week in homes and coffee shops. And then once a month, all our Groups come together for an All-Group Gathering, with worship, teaching, baptisms, communion, and an opportunity to celebrate together everything God is doing in and through the people of Mosaic Chapel.
Mosaic Chapel Christmas Service – In person or at home
Sunday, December 20, 5PM
Happy (Half) Hour – 4:30PM
Join us for Christmas! We’ll have carols, teaching, kids’ Nativity and candlelighting. Christmas cookies and hot cocoa will be served at 4:30pm. We’ll have a free ticket system to ensure we can keep the space safe and socially distanced. For anyone who would prefer to participate from home, we’ll get you candles and carol sheets in advance. This is a great opportunity to invite a friend or family over for dinner and online service! More details to come.
Plan to join us online? Let us know and we’ll drop off candles, song sheets and kids’ crafts in advance! Simply email Pastor Molly at email@example.com.
Winter 2021 All-Group Gathering Dates
Sunday, January 10, 2021
Sunday, February 14, 2021
Sunday, March 14, 2021
Time: 4:30 PM – Happy (Half) Hour – Rather than a potluck dinner, this Fall, we’re doing a Happy (Half) Hour! Join us for prepackaged snacks, drinks and community before the Gathering.
5:00 PM – All-Group Gathering
Location: Social Hall at Christ the King Church, 4383 Durston Rd, Bozeman
Face Coverings at Mosaic Chapel
This Fall, I’m asking everyone to please honor Governor Bullock’s Directive and wear a face covering while indoors at a Mosaic Chapel Group or Gathering. This means that when we’re indoors and not eating, we’ll wear face coverings. Please plan to bring your own. We’ll also have extra disposable ones available. This request comes after discussing the Directive with our leaders, our parent church Faith Chapel, and talking with our Home Group Hosts, the wonderful people in our community of faith who’ve graciously agreed to open their homes in an uncertain time. Thank you for taking this simple step to protect each other, honor the homes we’re meeting in, and create a safe environment where we can gather and worship. – Pastor Molly