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mosaicHouse Update:

 

June 24 2020

Phase 2 - Are you ready to gather in person?? We need your input!

Please complete this short survey. Click here to share your voice.

 

June 19 2020

Please watch the video from Pastor V to see how mH is responding to Phase 2.

 

June 3 2020

mosaicHousers,
You have taken the survey, and you have spoken!
You are suggesting that we wait for the next phase for Sunday Worship gathering.  
However, the government and the Board of Elders are allowing us to meet as houseChurch, provided we adhere to the social distancing guidelines.  Thus, ask your houseChurch Leaders about the possibility of gathering.  For more information and questions, contact Pastor Christopher at [email protected]
Your servant in Christ,
Pastor Victor

 

May 27 2020

The government is now allowing places of worship to meet if gatherings are under 50, if they maintain social distancing at all times, no singing, no food/drink ...read here for more information. mosaicHouse would appreciate if you would complete this Survey your input will determine when mosaicHouse will open physically.
Click the link to take the survey!  It will take only 2-5 minutes.
  SURVEY

 

May 20 2020

The government has started lifting restrictions and mosaicHouse's elder board and lead staff are working on a plan for phasing back to worshipping together.
1. We are ALLOWED to gather.  2. We are ABLE to gather.  3. But it does not not mean we SHOULD. 

Now may not be the best time for us to gather.
I just need you to know that we are addressing the issues. Stay tuned.

 

April 29 2020

We are sad to announce that this year's Church Campout will be canceled, but we are exited to turn this obstacle into an opportunity! So mark your calendars for June 28 because mosaicHouse has something fun and exciting in the works!!  

PLEASE BE SURE TO STILL PARTICIPATE WITH THE MOSAICHOUSE COMMUNITY AT OUR ONLINE CAMPUS

 

April 22 2020

In the context of the current COVID-19 crisis, it is important to assess the status and needs of our church community. Please take a moment to answer the questionnaire by clicking this link.

 

March 26 2020

Dear mosaicHouse Church Family,

I have been praying for you each day this week that the LORD keep your safe, well, and strong, not only for yourselves, but also for your family, friends, & neighbours.  

The Holy Spirit led me to bring a message of hope and courage to you this Sunday from the Series, Who Is This Man?--According to the Gospel of Mark.  And I trust that you will feel assured because Jesus is ALL powerful and in control of your lives.  

Thus, I am inviting you to mosaicHouse Church Online-Campus this Sunday for corporate worship at www.mosaicHouse.ca for the following reasons:

  • The Lord calls you to worship Him communally!  And I have experienced first-handedly the impact of worshiping the Lord together  last week with you all at the SAME TIME. I felt oneness and togetherness because I knew that your and I were worshipping Christ simultaneously .  
  • You receive a message of Jesus’ POWER!
  • Christ is worthy of your worship and praise!

You will also get to participate in Community Hubs online to experience support, prayer, & fellowship.  Click on the “Community Hub” button and be sure to check out various community hubs happening at 11:30 a.m. and noon. 

 The Staff Team and the Board of Elders are working diligently to infuse the vaccination of Jesus Christ through the ministry of mosaicHouse Church.  

See you at 10:30 a.m. at www.mosaicHouse.ca

In Christ,   Pastor V

 

 

March 20 2020

Dear mosaicHouse Church Family,

Like you, we’ve closely watched up-to-date reports of the novel coronavirus and its global impact. At mosaicHouse Church, we desire to be great neighbors to our community. To comply with requests from our province and county governments, we will suspend our physical Sunday gathering starting this Sunday, March 22.  HOWEVER, we are moving our service online so that we can still gather, worship, worship the Lord Jesus Christ and bless our city.  I want to be clear that we are not implementing these precautions out of a spirit of fear. We believe that the steps we are taking are a responsible approach to reduce the spread of COVID-19

While we are not able to physically meet together for worship, here's the opportunity: in the coming days, we can share a message of faith, of hope, and of love to those feeling anxious and afraid. 

Here are 4 ways you can join with mosaicHouse Church to both engage with, and pass along, the good news of Jesus this weekend:

1. Pray. We believe that prayer changes things. We ask you to join us in praying against COVID-19, and praying for our community, our nation, and our world. If you have prayer requests, share them with our online Campus Prayer team, and we will be sure to join you in prayer.

2. Engage Online. We will live stream worship and preaching on Sundays (Online-Campus), sharing online devotionals for your children and students, highlighting special small group engagement opportunities, and posting content throughout the week to keep you connected. Our staff is committed to ensuring that our mosaicHouse Church online Campus experience will be meaningful, Spirit-filled, and powerful. Tune in THIS Sunday at all of our normal service time (10:30am.)  We will be sharing the link with you tomorrow.

3. Share the online Campus Experience. Give hope to the people around you by sharing the mosaicHouse Church online Campus livestream with others on social media. Sharing content is especially important, as people may begin to isolate themselves. Whether in person or digitally, we can be real neighbors, sharing a true message of hope. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook and share our content with your online friends. 

4. Be a Blessing. We want to leverage what we can to make a difference, and we can do that through our generosity. If you’re part of mosaicHouse Church, we invite you to automate your giving. We’re committed to blessing our community in the coming weeks by sharing resources with other churches, non-profits, and those facing unexpected financial difficulties during this time.

Following our Sunday Worship Service at our Online-Campus, you are encouraged to join one of the Community Hubs via Zoom so that we may continue to foster a time of fellowship, sharing with one another and prayer. Furthermore, houseChurches will also be meeting throughout the week via Zoom!  So, if you are not already familiar with Zoom see below under files for instructions.

If you want to know more about houseChurches contact pastor Christopher at [email protected] 

In Christ,Pastor Victor

 

As recommended by Alberta Health Services, if you have symptoms and recently travelled outside of Canada or were exposed to someone who has COVID-19, stay home and call Health Link 811 for instructions. 

The three key signs of the virus are fever, dry cough and shortness of breath. As Health Link is experiencing high call volumes, you may have difficulty getting through. Please be persistent and do not go to the ER unless the situation is an emergency. If you need immediate attention, call 911 and inform them that you may have COVID-19.If you have more questions, please remember to review credible sources:

www.albertahealthservices.ca/topics/Page16944.aspxwww.alberta.ca/coronavirus-info-for-albertans.aspx

www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/diseases-conditions/covid-19-be-prepared.html

www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/events-as-they-happen

March 18 2020
To mosaicHouse Church family,
After a thoughtful and prayerful meeting last night, mosaicHouse Church Board of Elders decided to suspend all in-person gatherings. This includes both Sunday morning worship services and House Church gatherings. For this is the wise and prudent measure, given the current challenges we all face.
The resolve comes not out of fear but out of love for our neighbours and a desire to be a witness to Christ’s love for the world through being proactive in recommending social distance. The decision is also timely as Premier Jason Kenny has just declared a state of health emergency in Alberta.
The general consensus for us in Alberta seems to be that right now is the critical time to slow the spread of the infection (or "flatten the curve" as has become the popular term) so that our health care infrastructure will not become overwhelmed. The desire is for mosaicHosue Church family to play its role in protecting and loving the vulnerable of our society by doing what we can to “flatten the curve”.
While we adhere to social-distancing we need to cultivate Biblical community relationally and spiritually. As faithful followers of Jesus Christ we are called to “not give up meeting together” and to continue to encourage one another (Hebrews 10:25). Through the gift of technology, we will be able to continue to encourage each other, provide spiritual nourishment, and keep sense of community. Edmontonians need this more than ever! The specifics of how we do this will require creativity and experimentation. We pray for patience and grace on your part as we experiment with different technologies.
As it stands now the plan is to live stream Sunday morning worship services and we are exploring the options. We will send you a following communication, informing you the details later in the week. We will also be providing access to Zoom for houseChurches and prayer gatherings. We will monitor how well this works and make changes as the need arises.
Your pastoral staff is committed to continuing to provide pastoral and spiritual care throughout the week. We are looking at ways to provide general support but don’t hesitate to contact us at any time for individual support and encouragement. Here is the link for their contact: mosaicHouse staff 
May the grace and hope of Christ be with us all as we navigate these turbulent times.

On behalf of the Board of Elders and Staff,

Pastor Victor Ko
For the latest information from the Alberta Government Health Authority: https://www.alberta.ca/coronavirus-info-for-albertans.aspx
For an excellent demonstration on the effectiveness of social distancing in "flattening the curve": https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2020/world/corona-simulator/
(Written from an American perspective but still very useful)

 

 

March 12 2020

We are all aware of the ever-evolving situation with the COVID-19 Virus, so we are writing to you today to provide information regarding the outbreak and what we at mosaicHouse are doing in response. We’d also like to share some updates on how we, as a church, are preparing for the weekend ahead.

We are monitoring the situation very closely. And it is a fluid one. After hours of prayer and consultation, we have decided to have church services this weekend at our locations at the regularly scheduled times. We also plan to continue all of our scheduled events. We understand some churches are closing, and we respect that decision. At this time, we feel a conviction to provide a place of refuge and spiritual hope for those who may need it.

However, there is no expectation that you must attend church live. If you are sick, have a weakened immune system, or if you have anxiety about public gatherings during this time, please stay home and join us online.

You can participate in worship with mosaicHouse by:
Listening to a sermon online https://www.mosaichouse.ca/podcasts/media/series
Sing along with us on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/user/k81qu02jlzt431qtornu8i4d8…
houseChurch material as well as sermon outlines and daily devotions are available by visiting our web page’s sermon tab, clicking on the sermon and scroll down and download the PDF under Sermon Notes https://www.mosaichouse.ca/podcasts/media/series

Church is more than you listening to a sermon & praising God, it is worshipping and doing life as a community. Therefore, if you find yourself unable to attend our Sunday gathering and your houseChurch, please contact your Campus Pastor so we can make sure you are still experiencing the one another-ness of mosaicHouse family.
Pastor Eunea Kim at South Campus [email protected]
Pastor Derrick Lee at East Campus [email protected]

If you would like to know what we are doing as a church to ensure the safety and health of everyone at our live experiences, please see below.
1. We are happy to welcome you to our service, and greeters will welcome you with a warm smile and they will even open the door for you! However, we ask you to refrain yourselves from hand-shaking and hugging. We will encourage everyone to wash hands in the bathroom before entering the auditorium.
2. We are also asking anyone who has traveled out of Canada not to attend for the safety of others. And we are also requesting that people over 60 years of age or with a compromised immune system to make prudent decisions for their own sake.
3. Set up teams will help keep distance between attendees [keep space between families] by making isles 3 to 5 seats.
4. kidHouse and babyHouse teachers will disinfect door handles, toys, tables, and chairs before and after the service.
As part of the sign-in process, parents will be asked to have kids wash their hands before going down to kidHouse.
5. Table Fellowship will be canceled. Coffee and tea will still be available.
6. When People arrive at mosaicHouse Sunday Worship, they will be asked:
If they have a fever or persistent cough
If they have any flu like symptoms
If they had returned from a different country since Monday.
And, if answering yes to any of the above, we will ask them to return home.

Whether you join us live or online, I’m excited to be with you this weekend!

Remember Philippians 4:6-7:
Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand.

Your servant in Christ,
Pastor Victor