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  • Phone: (509) 747-3007
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  • Meeting Address:
    115 E. Pacific Ave., Spokane, WA 99202
  • Office/Mailing Address:
  • 608 W. 2nd Ave, #101. Spokane, WA 99201

Service Times

  • Sunday: 10am
  • Infant through 8th grade Sunday School classes available
  • FREE Parking!

Pastor's Weekly Update

Midweek Memo

Posted by John Repsold on

Dear Mosaic Saints, As we continue to churn through Covid quarantines, national strife and all the fallout from both, I’m strengthened in knowing that we serve the only God who can weave all of these catastrophes together to accomplish a far bigger plan than we could conceive...

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Tags: prayer, discussion, fellowship, covid recovery

How Hungry Are You?

Posted by John Repsold on

  We have a bunch of sayings in English about hunger.  Perhaps you can identify with some of them. I’m so hungry I could eat a horse! Hunger is the best ingredient to a good meal. One day of hunger is not starvation. A hungry dog hunts best. Hunger is sharper than the...

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Tags: church, worship, fellowship, hunger, hungry

Our Coronavirus Response

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Posted by John Repsold on

I know you may be sick and tired (well, hopefully just tired) of hearing about it all month long, but let’s talk about the “elephant in the living room”…or world, in this case: the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  National, state and local leaders are urging caution...

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Tags: church, compassion, fear, panic, fellowship, coronavirus, covid-19, godly response

It's Almost Here!

Posted by John Repsold on

  For several months now, a number of Spokane churches have been working, planning, scheming, inviting, calling and praying about SPOKANE’S 1st FAMILY DAY.  The idea of celebrating God’s great institution of family on an annual basis was the brain-child of our Slavic...

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Tags: games, fellowship, celebration, fun, food, spokane, family day

Great Week...Great Fellowship!

Posted by John Repsold on

Some weeks are better than others when it comes to fellowship.  This week promises to be a great one! Besides the five downtown residential building Dinners & Bible Studies Mosaic does Monday through Thursday, we have a special opportunity to enjoy the fellowship of the broader body of...

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Tags: youth, fellowship, camping, planned parenthood

That's the BEST!

Posted by John Repsold on

  How often do we hear someone saying, “That’s the BEST!”?  We use that little phrase for everything from coffee to cars, munchies to movies.  There is just something about experiencing “the best” that our souls long for.  Recently I was in a...

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Tags: best, fellowship, good, growth

Table Talk

Posted by John Repsold on

What are your favorite memories of meaningful conversations with your dad…together, as a family?  Mine usually revolved around food—the breakfast, lunch or dinner table. When is your favorite time to have meaningful conversations with your heavenly Father, when brothers and...

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Tags: fellowship, lord's supper, meals, picnic, prayer

Weekend Warmth

Posted by John Repsold on

It's a wonderful (and cold) weekend to be enjoying wonderful (and warm) interactions with friends and neighbors, both downtown and in your neighborhood. Here are three great opportunities to interact with people in three meaningful and diverse settings.1.)  C.A.M. (Coffee, Art & Music)...

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Tags: cold, warmth, music, art, coffee, friendship, fellowship

About Bonding & Missing Persons

Posted by John Repsold on

This week I shared in a very sad candlelight prayer vigil for one of our members, Heather Higgins.  Heather went missing from her apartment, her family and her church (Mosaic) just a year ago this week.  The police suspect the worst; the family hopes for the best.  (You can find a...

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Tags: bonding, missing person, fellowship

Life Together

Posted by John Repsold on

Dear Saints, Labor Day Weekend—it’s one last summer opportunities to be together as family!  That’s what I hope this weekend will be for each of us with family, friends and especially with each other.  But rather than an ending, I hope it's a fresh...

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Tags: fellowship, life together, i corinthians, groups, poverty, study