Theology of Liturgy

We believe the gathering together of God’s people is an important act.Since the first century followers of Christ have gathered together on the first day of the week for shared liturgy – a time set aside to celebrate the resurrection, to remember the great acts of God, and to add voice to their own communal experience of life and faith. These gatherings took shape in countless ways as the gospel was expressed uniquely in each culture.

Our liturgy is designed to allow this engagement to take place, bringing together the ancient signs and symbols of our tradition along with the visual arts, scripture reading, storytelling and a music created out of our own community.

We at Mosaic follow this rich tradition of diversity and orthodoxy, combining elements of the ancient church while interpreting the liturgical expression for our own local context.