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His Transforming Presence in Every Zip Code with Mosaic Midtown Church
March 30, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
THIS WEEK’S EPISODE
Mosaic Midtown Church began in the summer of July 2015 as a church plant led by Pastor Mick Veach and a diverse launch team from the greater Detroit area. This core group of families was intentionally multiethnic and multi-generational and included people from various multiple socio-economic levels. The church was initially fairly nomadic, using various spaces in the community through community partnerships, but finally landed at 80 Alexandrine Street in Midtown in 2016. The church currently averages about 150-200 weekly attendees and is committed to loving Jesus with all our hearts and living lives that embody both personal and social holiness.
We joined the Kentwood Community Church (KCC) network in the winter of 2019 when Pastor Mick became the lead pastor of KCC and Mosaic became one of four campuses. These campuses are in Kentwood, Wyoming, and Detroit, Michigan, as well as Nagpur, India. Pastor Santes left his role as the Director of Multiethnic Ministries for The Wesleyan Church Headquarters and became Mosaic’s full-time Campus Pastor in November 2019. He commuted from North Carolina until January 2020 when his wife Nicole and three of their five children moved to Detroit. Pastor Mick remained involved with Mosaic until the 5th Anniversary in July of 2020 when Pastor Santes became the Lead Pastor. Pastor Santes has an incredible staff including Janise Judkins, Executive Director; Pastor Michael Newton, Assistant Pastor; Pastor Maggie Slusher, Children’s and Online Pastor; and Pastor Adam Jones and Makayla Kaufmann who both serve The Dearborn Project.
Partnerships with local agencies and church partnerships have helped to sustain this young church with a timeless message.We see people coming to Jesus each week through our ministries locally and globally.
A growing number of church leaders are longing for something more than just adding attendees to our services, programs to our churches, and begging week in and week out for volunteers. They long to see disciple-making-based kingdom multiplication. They long to become reproducing churches.
Exponential began wondering what it would look like to build a community of reproducing churches that cared more about WHO they were catapulting and sending forward than WHAT they were accumulating and leaving behind. That led to an inaugural list in 2019 of Outreach Magazine’s (as Outreach 100) list of 100 Reproducing Churches. And that community continues to grow.
Exponential is a growing community of leaders committed to accelerating the multiplication of healthy, reproducing faith communities. We exist to equip movement makers—like you—with actionable principles, ideas, and solutions. With the Under the Hood series of conversations and webinars, you’ll get a chance to hear in more detail what it takes to become a Level 4 Reproducing Church.