St. Paul Mosaic Church
375 St. Anthony Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55103
St. Paul Mosaic Church strives to invite all people to God’s table of reconciliation. Focusing its efforts on two of St. Paul’s most diverse neighborhoods, Mosaic members endeavor to be good neighbors through learning and listening to those around them. They seek to take on the evils of oppression in all of its forms, and seek to be a healthy, urban, prophetic, incarnational, and loving faith community committed to the ministry of reconciliation. The congregation and diverse leadership team are truly committed to reconciliation as a means to kingdom building and community building.
Thursday, September 27
|12:00pm||Bus departs Hilton|
|12:30pm||Arrive at St. Paul Mosaic|
|1:30pm-2:30pm||Workshop I: A Church’s Vision for Reconciliation|
|2:30pm-3:15pm||A History of Rondo Neighborhood|
|3:30pm-4:45pm||Workshop II: Overlapping Interests|
|5:00pm||Bus departs St. Paul Mosaic|
|5:30pm||Arrive at Hilton|
Workshop I: A Church’s Vision for Reconciliation
Presenter: Shawn Moore, Pastor of St. Paul Mosaic Church
St. Paul Mosaic recognizes that God is the author of reconciliation, Jesus the active agent of reconciliation, the Holy Spirit the power behind reconciliation and the church is supposed to live out reconciliation. We understand reconciliation to be a thorough change of two parties that have enmity between them. Because we value reconciliation, we also expect conflict in relationships. Pastor Shawn Moore will share what it means and what it looks like for a church to pursue reconciliation as a church involving leadership, outreach, partnership, members, community, etc. The move from theory to practice is not easy, especially when it comes to reconciliation, and often the best way to move forward to is be encouraged and challenged by others who have already taken some of those steps.
Workshop II: Overlapping Interests: Sharing space, vision, and leadership with others
Presenters: Leaders from St. Paul Mosaic Church and other community partners
St Paul Mosaic meets in Knox Presbyterian Church. Come learn from their leaders as they discuss how overlapping interests, values, and vision have allowed them to work well together. Each ministry is distinct but God has given them opportunities to work alongside one another for greater purposes. In this workshop participants will be given the chance to see firsthand what it takes to work effectively in healthy partnerships with other ministries and organizations.
Pre-registration for On Location Workshops is required. Purchase a ticket for St. Paul Mosaic here. The $10 fee covers lunch and transportation costs. All ages are welcome at this site; attendance is limited to 50. This site is not handicapped-accessible. Parts of this event will be held outdoors. Come dressed for the weather, rain or shine.