Family Worship Resources
Join us at 5:00 or 6:45 every Saturday night at Mosaic. Your kids hear an age-appropriate Bible story, sing, have small group crafts and activities, and play games that all relate to our message for the week. Beginning in Preschool, kids also have large group worship time.
We want to see your kids grow in their knowledge and love for Jesus. We believe this best occurs through the influence of the family. As you invest in the spiritual development of your kids at home, we want to come alongside you to provide a “second voice” reinforcing the God-honoring values you are already teaching them.
Our security check-in system is for children ages birth through 5th grade. Safety is a priority to us. All of our volunteers have had a background check and have been trained in our safety procedures. For more information, please contact us.
Visitors, please check in at the Information Booth in the center of the Worship Center Foyer and a volunteer will be happy to help you find your child’s classroom. To save time on your first visit, click the button below to register your children online ahead of time.
Mosaic Family Ministry uses the Orange curriculum in the classrooms. Our mission is to help parents own the spiritual development of the next generation, and the resources that Orange makes available to parents are incredible. The church thrives when the family thrives. We will cover a Bible story on Saturday night, and throughout the following week, you’ll have the opportunity to follow up through videos and conversation prompts offered in the Parent Cue app. Click below to visit Orange's website where you can download the Parent Cue app and watch a short video about how Orange can help strengthen the connection between church and home.
The Special Needs Ministry (One-2-One) exists to provide a Gospel-centered, inclusive environment for individuals with specific needs. We not only want to serve these individuals but also partner with their families as they participate in the life of the church.
We want to help any child or student who faces unique challenges related to physical, mental, behavioral, medical, or emotional needs that would benefit from additional support, helping enable them to hear the Gospel and fully participate in the mission of Mosaic.
In most situations, we use the buddy system where the individual is matched with a high school or adult buddy who will provide individual care in a classroom of peers or in our One-2-One area.
Do I need to contact the church prior to attending in order to have a buddy available?
Yes. We work to best understand each individual’s special needs and how we can best support your family. After talking with our coordinator, we can work to develop a plan that fits your family best. We will send you a form that helps us better understand your individual family’s needs.
What does a buddy do?
Buddies simply act as a helper. They are an extra volunteer who helps when necessary and to the degree necessary. The primary goal of our buddies is to provide an environment where people of all needs can hear the Gospel in a way that is clear to them.
Who do I contact to get involved in One-2-One?
Matt Noetzel is our One-2-One Coordinator. He would love to connect with you to help put together a plan to provide support for your child. Please email him at [email protected] to find out more information and get the needed forms.
Do you offer any other support for families with uniquely abled children or dependant adults?
Yes! Our Rogers Campus is a rEcess and bEfriend site, organized by 99Balloons. Visit our Special Needs webpage to learn more!
Once a quarter, 4th and 5th graders worship with their families in the Worship Center during the 5:00pm service.
Streetfest is an annual Fall Festival for families occurring at the end of October.
Twice a year (May, November) Parent/Child Dedications are held in the Saturday evening services. This is a special time at Fellowship Mosaic. The dedication is a public expression that parents will raise their child in a godly home with the support of the church.
For more information, contact Matt Noetzel.
If your child wants to be baptized, contact our Family Ministry team and ask to have your child interviewed by one of our elementary leaders. They will help assure that your child is ready for this important step and can arrange for the baptism.
Fellowship’s Kids Day Out is a Christ-centered weekday ministry at the Rogers Campus that partners with families in early childhood education. We provide age-appropriate activities to encourage both educational and spiritual growth. We incorporate the Bible with Arkansas framework guidelines to help prepare your child for Kindergarten. Our music leader provides songs and instruments for all students in a group setting.