- Sunday: 8:30 am, 10 am, 11:30 am
- Infant through 5th grade Sunday School classes available
- FREE Parking!
With Bloomsday happening this weekend, there are a few adjustments we want to make you aware of…as well as a whole lot of other information you’ll need as we move into May. So here we go!
Bloomsday Weekend: Both Saturday and Sunday service times will stay the same (Saturday @ 5:00 p.m. and Sunday @ 8:30 & 10:00 a.m.). Our parking lot will be reserved for Mosaic attendees only. (In other words, if you are planning on participating in Bloomsday, you need to find other parking. Our lot will be monitored and reserved for Mosaic participants.) If you are used to commuting in alone on Sundays, this Sunday would be a great opportunity to carpool with others from your region of town, if possible. Cutting down on the number of cars and filling the ones that come will not only help our parking Sunday but will give you some great fellowship coming and going to worship this week.
On-street parking will be difficult as 2nd & 3rd Avenues on both sides of Howard will be the STA downtown drop-off sites for busses and Bloomies will be taking up most of the on-and-off street parking until afternoon. (The good news is lots of people will be in our neighborhood!) If you want to take a bus into town this weekend, you can ride both regular busses and extra Bloomsday Express Shuttles for $2.00 each way (even though you may not be running Bloomsday…but you must have exact fare). Go to https://www.spokanetransit.com/news/bloomsday-2022/ to see specific information from our STA.
Saturday Men’s Breakfast will start at 8:00 a.m. at Mosaic. Rick Lewis will be leading us in addressing the topic of “Handling Weakness”. Come and be strengthened!
National Day of Prayer, Thursday noon @ Riverfront Park, May 5th. Our Spokane expression of the National Day of Prayer will take place at the North Shelter next to the Howard St. park entrance (kitty-corner from the Spokane Arena). We’ll be led in prayer by over a dozen local leaders and officials as we intercede for our nation along with millions of others across our country on this vitally important day. Come spend your lunch hour doing something important for our land.
BOOKSHELVES & ROCKING CHAIRS NEEDED: We are in need of 3-4 good, solid rocking chairs for our church nursery as well as 4-6 large, solid wood bookshelves for our expanding library. If you have either of these items, please contact our office and let us know. We’d be glad to pick them up and put them to good use. Call 509-747-3007 or email .
SPRING CLEANING DAYS: Friday & Saturday, May 13 & 14, we will be sprucing up our facility. We need help doing everything from cleaning and organizing our kitchen to repairing, painting and cleaning our entire facility. Sign-ups are available at Mosaic for days and times or you may let Pastor Bob know when you are available. Email Bob at or call/text 208-819-6539.
MAY MISSIONS CONFERENCE: Mosaic’s 2nd Annual Missions Conference will commence on Sunday, May 8th. Over these three Sundays in May, we will have the privilege of hearing from (and seeing) three premier missionaries and missions statesmen in America—Dr. Roger Morhlang, former Wycliffe Bible Translator and Whitworth professor of Bible; John Lewis, missions pilot, strategist and former President of Partners Int.; and Brother John, missionary pastor for 23-years in Asia and currently in translation work. Additionally, we’ll be hearing from three of our own missionaries heading to the field in the next year or so.
Special events will include…
Whether you are running or walking Bloomsday this weekend, my prayer is that you will “run the race” of faith well and “walk in the Spirit” throughout this coming month.