Mosaic Ministry

A place where “single” means family.  

The mission of the Mosaic Ministry is to create an environment in which we grow in our knowledge of and devotion to Jesus Christ. Through this relevant and relational ministry, we will impact the surrounding community and world for Christ.

The Saturn Road Mosaic Ministry is open to Christian adults of any age who are single, divorced, widowed, or attending church without spousal support. While there are many “singles” in this ministry and we are involved in meeting the needs of single adults in our congregation, this is not a ministry focused on “singleness.” This is especially true if “single” is seen as the opposite of family. The very idea of mosaic would suggest that our ministry is a place where anyone can be a part and we welcome your involvement.

We believe the Bible is very clear that no one in the kingdom of God is a “second class” citizen. Everyone in our ministry is called to “cutting edge” ministry. We do not encourage shadow living; our goal is to have class members become core members of the Saturn Road family. Spiritually speaking, fringe living is no fun and very unhealthy. We want all of our members to experience a strong personal relationship with God and a meaningful involvement in God’s work. Both Jesus Himself and the apostle Paul were single. Neither of them lived in the shadows of God’s work. On the contrary, they both impacted the world in ways that will never be reversed.

Members of the Mosaic Ministry find strong support from the Christian friends they meet in this ministry. That support is strengthened through studying God’s word together each Sunday in our Bible classes, social events and monthly devotionals where we enjoy each other’s company and build life-long relationships.

Because you matter to God, you are not only welcomed to this ministry, you are very important to us. Come let us help you find your place to serve with us. We meet in Room 204 on Sunday mornings at 9:30 and on Wednesday evenings at 7:00.

For more information, please contact Beverly Bishop by leaving a message with the church office at (972) 271-2444.


The MOSAIC CLASS has regularly scheduled events each month. The second Saturday of each month is designated as a social night. This could be a ‘dinner and movie’ event or a game night. The fourth Saturday is set aside for a devotional time. In addition, members of the class have lunch together after worship on Sunday mornings and visit the Rowlett Nursing Center on the third Sunday to help with the services conducted there by Saturn Road. The MOSAIC CLASS also sponsors an annual retreat for single adults in addition to networking with single adults in other congregations.

Details about each event are available in the Mosaic Class, Room 204, (9:30a.m. Sunday mornings)