Current Message Series
When we approach the story of scripture, we often look to the New Testament for the story of Jesus. However, the entire Bible shares the story of Jesus and God’s plan to reconcile everything through him. Join us this weekend as we continue our Lenten message series entitled "Foretold: Jesus throughout the Bible."
CASA Coffee Crawl
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 & SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 • 7-11AM
Mosaic Café is participating in Macon County CASA's Coffee Crawl on February 26 & 27. CASA provides court appointed volunteers to advocate for the abused, neglected and/or dependent children who are involved in the Macon County juvenile court system. Come to this special event to enjoy a cup of coffee and learn more about CASA.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2021 AT 4PM (IN PERSON & ONLINE)
You are invited to Hymnoscope, a special worship event where we come together and sing our favorite hymns of our faith. Pastor Wayne Kent and our Worship Arts team will lead us in song. You’ll have the opportunity to request songs, and we’ll hear the stories behind a couple of favorite hymns. This event will be held in person and streamed online. (online links at top of page)
Family Baptism Class
MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2021 FROM 6:30-7:15PM
2nd-5th grade students and their parents are invited to participate in a fun and interactive telling of The Gospel as well as learn more about baptism. Visit the FirstKids webpage and scroll all the way down the page for details and registration.
Baby Dedication Celebration
SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 2021 FROM 10-11AM
We love babies! We especially love when parents dedicate themselves to raising their child to know and love Jesus. That's why we have Baby Dedication Celebrations several times a year. Our next event is Saturday, March 27, but the deadline to register is Monday, March 8. There will be a Zoom option available as well.
APRIL 2, 3, & 4, 2021
Consider getting baptized during one of our Easter worship services! To find out more about what it means to be baptized, click the button below to visit our webpage all about baptism. There is a message from Pastor Brian Talty as well as baptism FAQs. You also have a chance to sign up to be baptized Easter weekend or whatever date works best for you. If you choose to be baptized, congratulations!
Race and the Gospel
RESOURCE FROM PASTOR BRIAN TALTY'S MESSAGE FROM FEBRUARY 14
Listen and grow in your understanding and ability to be a part of racial reconciliation. In this five-part series entitled Race and the Gospel, pastors Bryan Loritts and Matt Chandler use Paul’s words in Ephesians to address race, racism, and injustice. Through teaching and honest dialogues, Bryan and Matt will unpack the hard truths about America’s racial past and present and suggest a pathway forward of healing, justice, and hope for multiethnic harmony in the church. (Don't have a RightNow media account? No worries! Sign up for a FREE account here.)
NLPC Baby Bottle Campaign
We value life. That's why in January we handed out baby bottles for New Life Pregnancy Center's Baby Bottle campaign (if you didn't get a chance to grab one, extras are available at the Welcome Center or church office). New Life Pregnancy Center offers compassionate support to women and men facing unplanned pregnancies, before and after baby's arrival. Fill the bottle with change and return to the church by March 7. You can either drop off your baby bottle at the Welcome Center on the weekends or at the church office M-Th 8:30am-5pm and Fri 8:30am-noon. If you attend church online, you can still participate in NLPC's Baby Bottle campaign by making an online donation below. Thank you for supporting the ministry of New Life Pregnancy Center!
In June 2022, Wayne Kent will retire from the position of Lead Pastor. Brian Talty will assume the role of Lead Pastor at First Christian Church in July 2022. We are excited about this change, but we know you may have some questions. Join us this weekend - in person or online - for the annual State of the Church message as Pastor Wayne and Pastor Brian discuss this 18-month transition. Worship services are Saturday at 5pm and Sunday at 9am and 11am. We appreciate the prayers and support of our church family and local community as we move through this transition together.
Worshipping In Person or Online
You're spiritual and physical well-being are our top priority. That's why we have online worship services for those who are more comfortable worshipping from home, and we've created a safe environment for those who want to gather in person for worship. We have implemented social distancing, including the use of masks, antibacterial stations, individually packaged communion, limited capacities, and more.