Our Core Values
Our Core Values represent the principles that guide our disposition and decisions as a Church. While we endeavor to remain dynamic and relevant as a church, you can rest assured that the below values will remain unchanged as long as we exist.
We Value Truth
We choose to live with a biblical worldview. Therefore, God’s Word – the ultimate standard of truth – informs and governs our beliefs and conduct at all times and in every situation (2 Timothy 3:16).
We Value People
We see people not merely as a number or marketing target. Rather, we believe in the intrinsic worth and value of each individual (Imago Dei), and are committed to working tirelessly to cultivate the unique qualities and gifts God has deposited in each person (Ephesians 2:10).
We Value Community
We believe that God works within communities to foster meaningful relationships and create value among people; to promote resourcefulness, and to build resiliency. Thus, we endeavor to create relational environments where people from all walks of life can know, grow and go together in kingdom community.
We Value Diversity
We embrace people of all backgrounds and from every walk of life. As an earthly representation of the “Family of God” and in so much as it relates to the treatment of people, we take no special care for race, ethnicity, background or status but endeavor “intentionally” to make everyone feel at home and at ease in the presence of God (Galatians 3:28).
We Value Generosity
As God has richly blessed us, we actively look for opportunities to bless others and to be a blessing to our community in meaningful ways (Matt. 5:42).
We Value Integrity
Believers who invest their hearts, time, families and finances in the building of a local church deserve to have confidence in church leadership. People are looking for leaders who conduct themselves with integrity and respect when making decisions that affect their lives. Thus, Mosaic Church is organized in a way that ensures the highest level of spiritual, natural, and financial integrity, and that promotes transparency at all levels (I Corinthians 4:2).