A mosaic is a beautiful work of art formed from hundreds of colorful pieces of glass. Each small piece plays an important role in making the image complete. This is similar to the body of Christ. Small groups of people gather to fellowship, worship, study Scripture, pray and serve. Then, those groups join together for praise and celebration.

Our goal is to have a MOSAIC group within walking distance of every home in Philadelphia. Through MOSAIC, we plan to begin twelve new Nazarene churches throughout the Philadelphia metro area.

Bible Study

"To do justice,
and to love kindness,
and to walk humbly with our God."
(Micah 6:8)



Study Scripture: We believe in the divine inspiration of Scripture. As we study and apply biblical truths, we grow closer to God and become more like Christ.
Worship: Through worship, we give God the recognition He deserves and we declare His goodness to others. It is through worship that we know God and make Him known.
Pray: We believe in a living God who wishes to have personal and dynamic relationship with us. Prayer is our way of communicating with God.

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Fellowship: Intentional relationships are key to sustained spiritual growth. That's why MOSAIC groups are such an important part of our discipleship strategy. MOSAIC provides opportunities for individuals to find "their place" in the larger Christian community. Through authentic relationships, we find love, support, encouragement, accountability and discipline.
Serve: We are instructed to "do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with our God" (Micah 6:8). Every MOSAIC group seeks ways to serve others.

Front Step



Our Leaders: The MOSAIC movement is distinctively Nazarene. All of our leaders are committed to upholding the doctrines and standards of the Church of the Nazarene and are accountable to their local church.
The Goal of MOSAIC leadership training program is to identify, enlist, train, commission and encourage MOSAIC group and team leaders.
Jesus said, "Feed my sheep" (John 21:17).

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01.11.2012 - What is a Christian?