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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

Mid-week Prayer

Posted by John Repsold on

Welcome to this week’s change!  Instead of continuing with our Facebook Live midweek prayer service live-streaming, we are moving back to a Zoom format.  Why, you ask?  For a number of reasons: We miss hearing the prayers of those of you who were previously joining us...

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Tags: prayer, crisis, nation

Midweek Memo

Posted by John Repsold on

Dear Mosaic Saints, As we continue to churn through Covid quarantines, national strife and all the fallout from both, I’m strengthened in knowing that we serve the only God who can weave all of these catastrophes together to accomplish a far bigger plan than we could conceive...

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Tags: prayer, discussion, fellowship, covid recovery

Weekend Drill

Posted by John Repsold on

With the weekend fast approaching, I wanted to get out a brief word about what will be happening at Mosaic this weekend. As you may know, the Governor has officially permitted church gatherings of 50 or less this weekend.  So we will be keeping to our limit of 50 people for each service on...

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Tags: mosaic, reservations, weekend worship

How Hungry Are You?

Posted by John Repsold on

  We have a bunch of sayings in English about hunger.  Perhaps you can identify with some of them. I’m so hungry I could eat a horse! Hunger is the best ingredient to a good meal. One day of hunger is not starvation. A hungry dog hunts best. Hunger is sharper than the...

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Tags: church, worship, fellowship, hunger, hungry

Sunday's Coming....

Posted by John Repsold on

Church is certainly a lot more than weekend gatherings.  But for many of us over these past several months, we’ve also realized that being the church gathered is perhaps more important than we realized.  I know not everyone agrees, which is the wonderful thing about being both...

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Tags: events, worship, health protocols

An Open Letter

Posted by John Repsold on

I penned the following letter to help our church leaders better understand the reasons for which many churches across the country and our State are rejecting what many perceive to be first unbiblical and second unconstitutional intrusions of government into the realm of church worship and...

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Tags: worship, churches, assembly, covid-19, lockdowns

Things to Consider

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  If you were able to join us for Sunday’s worship service on YouTube two Sunday's ago, you heard me present what I understand to be the clear teaching of Scripture when it comes to submission to government and some of the limits God’s word puts on that submission.  If you...

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Tags: church, worship services, civil obedience, covid-19

Mother's Day Weekend

Posted by John Repsold on

Welcome to a Mother’s Day Weekend like none other…where take-out will replace dine-in, where stay-home will replace “let’s-go-out” and where many moms will be treated to day 55 of non-stop little cherubs while many others will be enduring day 55 of no family...

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Tags: stewardship, submission, government, mother's day

TOMORROW is Special!

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Dear Mosaic Family, TOMORROW is one of the most important days of the year in our nation—The National Day of Prayer.  Once a year this day, observed from coast to coast, Alaska to Hawaii, draws God’s people to their knees to humbly cry out to our Father for the heart and souls...

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Tags: pray, national day of prayer

Talk Show Church?

Posted by John Repsold on

As we approach the weekend, I wanted to fill you in on some very important updates.  As of this writing, our Governor is scheduled to give a press conference at 2:30 p.m. today (Friday) in which he will provide some clarification about his stated intent to extend the current...

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Tags: church, growth, lessons, covid, washington state lock-down

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