The purpose of Mosaic United Methodist Church is to welcome all to experience the radical love of God as together we create a beautiful community of justice, compassion and faith.
We are a widening circle of all nationalities, races, classes, ages, families, gender identities and expressions, sexual orientations, abilities, and faiths.
"A mosaic consists of thousands of little stones. Some are blue, some are green, some are yellow, some are gold. When we bring our faces close to the mosaic, we can admire the beauty of each stone. But as we step back from it, we can see that all these little stones reveal to us a beautiful picture, telling a story none of these stones can tell by itself.
"That is what our life in community is about. Each of us is like a little stone, but together we reveal the face of God to the world. Nobody can say: 'I make God visible.' But others who see us together can say: 'They make God visible.' Community is where humility and glory touch."
- Henri Nouwen
We currently worship on Sundays at the Bishop Angie Smith Chapel on the campus of Oklahoma City University. OCU is located at 2501 N. Blackwelder in OKC. The Chapel is located on Noble Drive halfway between Blackwelder and Kentucky (along NW 23rd St.) Worship begins at 10:30 a.m.
Map (Sundays @ OCU)
A nursery is available for toddlers and younger during our worship time. Children 5th grade and younger begin worship with everyone and are dismissed before the sermon for a time of Sunday School. They return at the offering time in order to take part in Holy Communion with their church family.
Ample parking is available in front of the chapel along NW 23rd St. Enter the parking area at the corner of 23rd and Blackwelder since it is a one-way drive.
On Wednesdays we have a dinner at 5:15 pm followed by worship at 6:00 p.m at our north campus (102 East Hefner Road, OKC.)
On the third Wednesday of the month we have dinner at 6:30 pm followed by worship led by the North OKC Native American Felllowship.
Map (Mosaic North)