What To Expect

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We want your first visit to be great!

So here are a few frequently asked questions people ask before visiting...

Where and When?
Sundays @9:00 & 11:00AM
1226 Washington Ave. Waco TX 76701

Below are some more...


There is plenty of parking both on the side, and the back of the church.

Enter through the front steps on Washington Ave.

Handi-cap/Special Needs

Do you have any special needs entering the church?  We have elevator access right as you enter the doors under the covered side entrance.  Need anything else?  Please reach out! [email protected]


We offer nursery for children 3 and below.  There are 3 rooms:

  • Newborn – 17mo
  • 18mo to 2yr
  • 3yrs

Just come in through the front doors, enter the sanctuary, exit the left side and check your child in with our greeter at the check in desk who will assist you in printing out name tag stickers for your kiddos; you will need the check out sticker to pick up your child from childcare.

– Childcare starts at 8:45/10:45am  respectively and goes until the end of the service
– All Childcare workers have been background checked.

Also, for older kids (PreK-4th grade) we lead “Kids Church” during the sermon time.

KIDS CHURCH (4 yr – 4th Grade)

This is a time specifically focused on your kids teaching them in developmentally appropriate ways.  This time happens in the middle of the service where we’ll dismiss kids after the ‘Greeting of Peace’ and they will be returned back to you after the sermon.

In 9:00AM service we have 3 classrooms:

  • Pre-k & Kinder
  • 1st & 2nd grade
  • 3rd & 4th grade

In the 11:00AM service we have ONE big room for all of our

Pre-k- 4th graders (and we split up by age).

 Go to our Mosaic Kids page to learn more. 

Where are the Restrooms?

There are two sets of restrooms.

  1. located at the bottom right set of stairs near the entrance
  2. located behind the sanctuary on the way to the children’s rooms.
What Should I Wear?

Mosaic has a “come as you are” atmosphere. You are welcome to wear the clothing styles of your culture.  You will see some people dressed up, while others are very casual. We have no expectations for attire, so please wear what makes you feel comfortable.

What Does a Service Look Like?

We’re multicultural and therefore our service has elements with many different cultures represented.  We’ll sing some gospel praise, some hymns, and some songs in Spanish.

We’ll connect with ancient creeds as well as hear life-changing testimonies.

Then we’ll open up God’s book and hear what He has to say and respond with weekly communion.

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