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  • Phone: (509) 747-3007
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  • Meeting Address:
    115 E. Pacific Ave., Spokane, WA 99202
  • Office/Mailing Address:
  • 608 W. 2nd Ave, #101. Spokane, WA 99201

Service Times

  • Sunday: 10am
  • Infant through 8th grade Sunday School classes available
  • FREE Parking!

Pastor's Weekly Update

CHANGES, CHANGES!!!

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Posted by John Repsold on

If you were with us Sunday, you heard that we will be moving to our summer schedule of one service from 10:00-11:15 a.m. this Sunday, July 2nd.  We will keep this schedule through the end of August.  We’ll be enjoying time connecting with God and each other as we continue to work...

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Tags: basement, parking, prayer, summer schedule

What's So Special about This Weekend?

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  So, I’ll bet most of you are thinking the answer to this question is, “This weekend is special because… in 1682, William Penn founded Philadelphia. 205 years ago the U.S. declared war on Britain and began the War of 1812. Napoleon was defeated by the British and...

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Tags: bicycles, father's day, history, weekend, coffee talk.

This IS the Week!

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Posted by John Repsold on

We are now into single-digit days before the big CELEBRATION…our Mosaic Center Building Dedication & Dessert.  If you don’t have it on your calendar, STOP NOW and put it down.  We will be hosting two identical services on Friday, May 19th at 5:00 & 7:00 p.m. with...

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Tags: building, dedication, dessert, weekend

ABCs @ Mosaic

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What a week it is at Mosaic!  We’ve been seeing God move with people in amazing ways during the 80 hours of prayer and Bible reading through The Washing.  With less than 24 hours to go, let me invite you to join in one of the two remaining timeslots that Mosaic has promised to...

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Tags: bloomsday, dedication, dessert, mosaic center, first friday art

Having A Truly Holy Holy Week?

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Holy simply means “set apart” for God’s use.  So what are we doing to make this a “set-apart” week?  Let me invite you to do a few things personally and together with God’s people. 1.) “Set apart” 15 minutes or more each day this week to...

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Tags: connecting with god, easter, holy, holy week

Of Film & Fridays

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Don’t be surprised if you find yourself on film this Sunday.  All week we’ve been working with a video production company to put together a couple of short video stories that can be used at our Building Dedication.  The last of their filming will be during our Sunday...

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Tags: dedication, fridays, holy week, worship, video filming

Love Prays

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Posted by John Repsold on

Way back in 1965, when I first became a follower of Jesus, so did most of my family of seven.  In fact, six of the seven of us came to faith in Jesus within about four months of each other.  The only one who didn’t meet Christ that year was my oldest brother, Chris.  He was...

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Tags: lost, love, prayer

A WEEK of Valentines!

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Posted by John Repsold on

If you were with us for our first Sunday in the new Mosaic Center, you know what a celebration it was of God’s grace and loving kindness to us!  What a difference a real “home” makes to the experience of family.  If you weren’t able to join us last week, we...

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Tags: giving, god's love, martyrdom, st. valentine, valentines

HOMELESS NO MORE!

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Dear Mosaic Family, One of the things every father feels responsible for in caring for a family is providing good housing—someplace safe, warm and big enough  accommodate joyful life together.  Our Father has been caring for Mosaic over the past ten years of our existence...

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Tags: first sunday, home, mosaic center

NOW is the Time....

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Just this week, my wife and I were lamenting the fact that most kids in schools today are not required to take a keyboarding class.  Talk about being handicapped entering the digital age!  The result is that too many teens and young adults are left with only the most rudimentary method...

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Tags: food, now, projects, time, typing, work, keyboarding

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