On June 1, 2015, a new church is being birthed called Mosaic United Methodist Church.
Join us for worship on Sunday's at 10:30am at Angie Smith Chapel on the campus of Oklahoma City University. 2501 N Blackwelder Ave, Oklahoma City, OK.
Starting June 7, 2015
(the chapel is located along NW 23rd Street between Blackwelder and Kentucky)
Google Interactive Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/H9odg
Sundays @ 10:30am
2501 N Blackwelder Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
Angie Smith Chapel @ Oklahoma City University
Mosaic United Methodist Church
102 E. Hefner Road
Oklahoma CIty, OK 73114-7614
Pastor: Rev. Scott Spencer
The mission of the United Methodist Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. In uncomplicated terms, this means we strive to nurture followers of Christ who then reach out and teach others about the love of Jesus. Interested in seeing what Mosaic is all about? Come and see for yourself! For more info:www.umc.org
Mosaic UMC will be a church that strongly encourages discipleship and growth and will seek to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. We will not only nurture and continue to grow as existing disciples, but we will enthusiastically seek to make new disciples as we reach out to an increasingly diverse Oklahoma City and metro with the message of God's radical love and grace. One of the key values of Mosaic will be that all are welcomed and celebrated regardless of race, class, age, sex, orientation, handicapping condition, nationality, or faith. We will be a part of the Reconciling Ministries Network* which exists to mobilize United Methodists of all sexual orientations and gender identities to transform our Church and world into the full expression of Christ’s inclusive love. We will also draw on our heritage of being a racially inclusive community to continue to address issues of race relations in our community and world.
In addition to many other issues of justice and peace, we are committed to being responsible stewards of God’s creation by encouraging sustainability, conservation and the use of products, energy and structures that ensures the nurture rather than abuse of Earth’s finite and valuable resources. This will be key as we begin to explore our building needs as a new progressive church for Oklahoma City.
*Reconciling Ministries Network envisions a renewed and vibrant Wesleyan movement that is biblically and theologically centered. As committed disciples of Jesus Christ, the Reconciling Ministries Network strives to transform the world by living out the Gospel’s teachings of grace, love, justice and inclusion for all of God’s children. (for more info: www.rmnetwork.org)