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  • Meeting Address:
    115 E. Pacific Ave., Spokane, WA 99202
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  • 608 W. 2nd Ave, #101. Spokane, WA 99201

Service Times

  • Sunday: 10am
  • Infant through 8th grade Sunday School classes available
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Pastor's Weekly Update

TIME TO CHANGE…AND TIME-CHANGES!

Posted by John Repsold on

Yes, it’s that time of year again: time to move those clocks BACK an hour this Saturday night, November 1st. But far more important than a mere change of an hour is the change God is calling us to at Mosaic. While our impending relocation in the downtown core is the second venue change...

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Tags: change, move, location, ministry, community, adolescence

Fall's Changing

Posted by John Repsold on

Dear Mosaic, How are you adjusting to the rather abrupt night temperature changes in Spokane this week? Hopefully it’s simply a matter of adding another blanket to the bed at night or jacket to the back as you head out the door in the morning. For some of our neighbors downtown...

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Tags: change, fall, city, mosaic, mission

SUMMER GROWTH

Posted by John Repsold on

If you’re a gardener in Spokane you know that it’s been a great summer for growing things (including weeds)! The sustained heat at just the right time along with a few thunderstorms has made just about everything grow like gangbusters. But about a week ago I noticed a funny pattern...

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Tags: growth, summer, renewal, recreation, relocation

Mosaic Hoopfest Weekend

Posted by John Repsold on

In case you didn’t know, this weekend is Hoopfest in Spokane. About the only change that means for us is that parking will NOT be free for us in the lots on Sunday morning. But thankfully on-street parking is free. I’ve found it’s usually not too hard to find a space if you...

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Tags: hoopfest, pomology, summer, japan

Dads and Donuts

Posted by John Repsold on

With Father’s Day right around the corner, I thought you would want to know that we’ll be celebrating dads this Sunday at Mosaic with one of the best ways that speaks love to a man—food! Since a few more people than dads like donuts, we’ll be sure to have enough for...

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Tags: father's day, dads, apologetics, building, life services

The Ultimate Price

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Every week when we celebrate the Lord’s Table we are essentially engaging in a Memorial Day activity—respectfully remembering the life-sacrifice of someone on our behalf. In the case of Communion that “someone” is our Lord Jesus Christ who gave His life to purchase our...

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Tags: memorial day, ultimate sacrifice

Conversations that Matter

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One of the most fulfilling experiences in life for many of us are conversations that matter. By “matter”, I mean conversations that seem to have some real meat to them…real depth. So often our days are filled with verbiage that just sort of glance off of people—friendly...

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Tags: conversations, apologetics, faith, doubt, fathers, fatherlessness, athiesm, agnosticism, post-modernism, pluralism

BLOOMSDAY WEEKEND…HERE WE COME!

Posted by John Repsold on

This Bloomsday weekend holds a ton of fun for everyone in and around Mosaic. Here’s what's in the offering. Great First Friday TONIGHT (May 2)! Our young adults/collegians are hosting a 3-dimensional art creation by Eastern Washington University students. Andrew’s Whitworth...

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Tags: bloomsday, apologetics, men

Terrible Thursday

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So how’s your Holy Week going? I was reminded by Alex Kaprian, a fellow downtown pastor at the Pilgrim Slavic Baptist Church just down the street from us on Second Avenue, that today is “Terrible Thursday.” You won’t find many American churches observing it but...

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Tags: holy week, terrible thursday, good friday, sabbath, resurrection sunday

Holy Week Coming

Posted by John Repsold on

Strictly speaking, every week is a “holy week” for God’s kids—a week set aside for God’s use however He sees fit. But on the Christian church calendar, the annual Holy Week starts with Palm Sunday and culminates on Easter Sunday. World-wide it is celebrated by...

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Tags: holy week, easter, good friday, cross, stations of the cross, way of the cross

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