Location of the church:
100 Rockland Ave, Norwood, NJ 07648
Tel: (201) 767-0400
11:30 in the second sanctuary on the right
This is a family friendly worship service. All are welcome to attend. However, if you prefer your children to attend a separate services, please see below
Other Worship Services on Sunday:
High School 9:30-11:00 at Norwood Public School
Jr. High 9:45-11:15 at 3rd fl. Sanctuary
Elementary(Gr. 1-5) 11:45-1:15 at 2nd fl.
Toddler(21/2yr+), PreK, Kindergarten 11:45-1:15 at 1st fl. (left of lobby)
His Friends service for kids with Autism 11:45 on the 3rd fl.
Midweek Prayer and Study:
Wednesday Evening in the choir room on the first floor 8 pm – 9:45 pm
Tuesday 6AM – First Floor Choir Room
Wednesday 6AM – Fort Lee, Starbucks on Lemoine Avenue
Tuesday/Thursday 6AM – Midtown Manhattan
What is the vision?
Mosaic Christian Fellowship exists to be a community that responds to the grace of God in worship, community, and service. We are so thankful to be in such an amazing location with so many other great churches. We consider it an honor to seek the welfare of the tristate area and the world.
We believe that the chief end of humanity is to experience God and to respond to his love and grace in worship. To this end, we seek to cultivate heartfelt worship in every aspect of the church. We welcome you to join us for Sunday worship and weekly gatherings.
We believe that life is meant to be lived in community, a place where barriers of race, gender, and social class are broken down, a place where the peace of God reigns. We pray that all who attend Mosaic Christian Fellowship will experience acceptance and the love that comes from knowing the grace of God.
We believe that God has blessed the church to be a blessing. Therefore, we seek to be a community that serves the needs of others with a posture of love and sacrifice. Please join us in using all our talents to bless those near and far.
What is the theology of the church?
We believe that the Bible offers a worldview that is cogent and compelling. We are a Reformed church in our theological persuasion with a strong emphasis on world missions. Moreover, we are open to the surprising ways in which God works through the power of the Holy Spirit.
During college John came to a greater understanding of Christianity. He is fourth generation Presbyterian. After college he attended Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and did subsequent studies in classics, theology, and history. During this time, God has given him a greater heart for the pastorate and missions. He has planted several congregations during this time. Coming to Mosaic has been a homecoming in many ways, as Chodae Presbyterian church was his home church during this youth. He is married and has two children.