Join us for Missions Sunday at Maple Leaf Reservoir Park at 10:00 on May 16.

Join us this Sunday

As we gather, our goal is to ensure a safe, in-person worship environment and to continue ministering to others virtually! While Sunday services will look different than normal, and many in our family may still choose to engage virtually, we are thankful to gather together in-person.

To find more information about Sunday mornings at Mosaic, read through the frequently asked questions below.

Frequently Asked Questions
What will the service be like?

Our church gatherings at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 will include elements of worship, prayer and a message. If you are unable to join in-person, join us at 9:30 a.m. for livestream church!

What time are Sunday services?

Our Sunday church gatherings are at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00. Doors will open 15 minutes prior to both services for check-in. If you arrive earlier, you will be asked to wait outside. If you are unable to join in-person, join us at 9:30 a.m. via livestream!


I've heard I have to RSVP for the church gathering. How do I do that?

Our goal is to create a safe, physically distanced and sanitized worship experience. To ensure that, we are asking everyone to RSVP for a service on a weekly basis on our website. This helps us keep our worship space at a safe capacity for the service. This also prevents us from having to turn people away at the door because a service is already full. RSVP will open on Monday mornings. Once a service reaches capacity, it will be closed and people will be encouraged to choose another service time.

What if I forget to RSVP? Can I still come?

Yes! You will be able to see a service’s capacity on our website. If there are still spots available on Sunday, you are welcome to RSVP for that service. We’d hate to turn you away, so please don’t show up to a service without checking online first!

How do I access the livestream?

Stream our Sunday services and worship with us live from your home at 9:30 a.m. Subscribe to our YouTube channel, use this link, or check back here on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. for direct access to the livestream church services.

Do I have to wear a mask to the Sunday church gatherings?

In line with King County’s re-entry phases , we are asking that everyone wear a mask to our corporate church services. Our heart is to support our city leaders as well as create a safe environment where everyone feels comfortable to worship. Please bring your own mask and be prepared to wear it the entire duration of the service.

Where do I go once I arrive at church?

Everyone will enter through the main building doors on Aurora Avenue. Please have the registration confirmation barcode ready on your phone or printed out when you approach the building. This ensures we maintain our capacity limit. Our Welcome Team will help you through the process of entering, being seated and exiting.

What is Mosaic doing to ensure a sanitary environment?

Our facilities and serve teams are sanitizing all seats, restrooms and other public surfaces before, between, and after each service. Doors will be propped open, so people aren’t touching handles. Additionally, we are asking everyone not to touch anyone or anything but their seat in order to minimize the spread of germs.

We have installed HEPA filters to help circulate the air in the sanctuary space. HEPA filters are incredibly effective at capturing particles, including viruses, bacteria, pollen, allergens, etc. Occupancy in the main sanctuary space is sensed by carbon dioxide monitoring that triggers air to be pulled out of the room and replaced with fresh air.

Will there be Kids Ministry?

Mosaic Kids is available during the 10:00 Sunday services. Registration is now open for Mosaic Kids Spring Pod Classrooms. Click here to register your child. Spring Classroom Pods will begin April 4, 2021 and end on June 13, 2021.

Please fill out one form for each child you wish to register.

Will restrooms be open?

Restrooms will be open at a limited capacity. We encourage everyone to use the restroom before or after coming to church to limit the number of people using a shared space.

Having trouble with your RSVP? Email us!

We never want technology to hinder your ability to worship with us. Please contact us if you're experiencing problems with your Sunday RSVP.

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