Missions at Mosaic North

Why Missions?

We care about missions because Jesus cares about missions! We want to be a people who go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that Jesus has commanded us (Matthew 28:19) because we believe in the power we've received through the Holy Spirit to be His witnesses in our workplaces, neighborhoods, Edmonds, south Snohomish county and the ends of the earth (Acts 1:8).

Short Term Missions

Each year, we send out servant-hearted teams to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit by boldly preaching the gospel of Jesus through service, evangelism and church planting.

We've served all over the world in countries like the Dominican Republic, South Africa, Mongolia, Mexico, Uganda, Thailand and others to share the love of Jesus and meet the needs of His people. Each of our teams partners with long-term workers in these countries to establish lasting impact for God's glory.

Long Term Missions

Is God calling you to move to a nation to spread His kingdom to the ends of the earth? The process of becoming a Mosaic missionary looks different for every individual or couple, but always includes participating in the Mosaic Training School. We encourage you to reach out contact us if you're interested in being a long term missionary.

Mosaic Training School

Mosaic Training School students read through the Bible, practically apply what is read to their lives, pray, worship and fast. Local leaders and guest speakers from around the world teach our students and challenge them to activate what is learned in the classroom out in the community through outreach, serving the church, serving the city and taking part in both a state-side and overseas outreach trip.

Regardless of their vocation or location, we take time to equip and release faithful disciples of Jesus to impact their contexts. Mosaic Training School is our primary mechanism for this equipping.

Through this school, students are set up to grow in their relationships with God, gain a better understanding of their identities, and be empowered by the Holy Spirit to advance God's Kingdom in our city, our nation and the entire earth.