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Mosaic Church

About the Church

Mosaic is a multi-ethnic, economically diverse church established by men and women seeking to know God and to make Him known through the pursuit of unity in accordance with the prayer of Jesus Christ (John 17:20-23) and patterned after the New Testament at Antioch (Acts 11:19-26; 13:1ff.) 

It is important to understand that Mosaic is not a church focused on racial reconciliation, Rather, we are focused on reconciling men and women to God thorough faith in Jesus Christ and, as well, on reconciling ourselves to the principles and practices of first century churches: congregations of faith in which diverse men and women walked, worked and worshipped God together as one for the sake of the gospel.

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Service Times

Sunday's Morning Services:

9 am (English) / 10:45 am (English to Spanish and ASL)

12:30 pm (Servicio Samaritano) / 6:00 pm (Spanish to English)

 
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About the Pastor
Mark DeYmaz

Mark DeYmaz
Dr. Mark DeYmaz is the founding pastor of the Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas (www.mosaicchurch.net), a multi-ethnic and economically diverse church where significant percentages of Black and White Americans, together with men and women from more than 30 nations, currently w/orship God together as one. A recognized leader in the emerging, Multi-ethnic Church Movement, his book, Building a Healthy Multi-ethnic Church (+Jossey-Bass/Leadership Network), provides the Biblical mandate for the multi-ethnic church and outlines seven core commitments required to bring it about. The book has recently been chosen a finalist for a 2008 Christianity Today Book of the Year Award and for a Resource of the Year Award sponsored by Outreach Magazine, in both cases a nominee in the Pastoral Leadership category.

Mark is a graduate of Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA (B.S., Psychology), Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon (M.A., Exegetical Theology) and Phoenix Seminary in Phoenix, Arizona (D. Min.).

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