Youth @ Mosaic!!

Mosaic is a community that is passionate about investing in young people!

We are blessed to have a vibrant community of youth, who love getting together to have fun and do life with each other.

We also have an amazing leadership team – people who are passionate about hanging out with youth and helping them explore how to live life to the full.

Weekly Youth Ministry

Our youth ministry exists to serve young people in variety of ways. We provide a variety of spaces for young people to get together with leaders and their peers, depending on where they are up to in life:

Epic Youth:Image of Epic Youth logo

Epic Youth is a community of young people in years 7-10 at school. We meet on Friday nights for some fun and games, snacks, and opportunities to chat about life and faith with leaders & friends. We’re always keen for new people to come and join in, so grab a flyer from the information wall at Belconnen or Gungahlin or download the Mosaic App for more information.

When: Friday nights, 7-9pm (weeks 2-9 of the ACT school terms).

Where: We normally meet at Mosaic’s Page Campus, but sometimes we meet offsite for special events.

Head to the Epic Youth Facebook Page and like us to keep up to date with what’s going on.

 

Merge:

MergeFor those who are a bit closer to adulthood (and don’t need leaders to organise games for them) – Merge is a community of senior youth (from school year 11 onwards), who get together a couple of times a month for food, friendship, conversation, and a range of activities that are usually led or inspired by the youth themselves.

We normally meet at one of the leaders’ homes, but it’s not unusual for us to meet offsite for special events and activities as well. Contact Mandy Gray (Senior Youth Coordinatior) or Pastor Andy for more information.

 

Details:

When: 2nd, 4th & 5th Tuesdays of each month, 6:30pm-9:30pm.

Where: Location varies … up-to-date information is always available through our Facebook group.

More info: Check out the Mosaic App, or contact mandy.gray@mosaicbaptist.org.au or andrew.robb@mosaicbaptist.org.au to get connected to our Facebook group.

Thrive:

In 2018 we are excited to launch our new Thrive youth ministry, which is all about training and equipping young people in how to grow as disciples AND disciple-makers. We’re aiming to launch towards the end of term 1, and our pilot group will be open to young people in years 9 or above. Keep an eye out for more information, or contact pastor Andy if you have any questions.

Serve:

In addition to our regular youth gatherings, we also like to find opportunities to roll up our sleeves and serve others in our local community. We normally aim to run a Serve event once each term and youth from both our Epic and Merge communities are invited to serve alongside of the leaders as we bless people who are in need of a hand.

Leadership:

Image of the youth leaders

If you have a heart to serve young people, Andy would love to hear from you and see if there is some way you can get involved wit

h our youth ministry.  All our leaders are required to undergo Creating Safe Spaces training, and are

screened through interviews, reference checks,

and WWVP clearance. We also require our leaders to engage in regular in-house training, supervision meetings, and other specialised training and conferences to ensure our leadership culture and praxis are exemplary.

Looking for More?

As well as our weekly youth events, youth are welcome in all of our congregations. Our Sunday 6:00pm congregation at the Page Campus has a strong youth and young adult focus and many of the youth regularly participate there.

Mosaic Youth has a strong friendship with the youth groups from around the region including Hughes, Canberra and Cooma Baptist churches.

We often combine for special events like camps, snow trips and all night lock-ins.

Meet the Youth Pastor – Andrew Robb

Image of Andrew Robb

 

Andy likes chocolate and cheese (but not at the same time).

He drinks a bit too much coffee, uses Apple products, LOVEs motorbikes, and likes to think he’s still young enough to ride a longboard.

More than all this, he loves Jesus and is passionate about helping people to follow him and get the most out of life.

That’s probably because he also loves people. He loves spending time just chatting and having fun with friends.

Andy is married to Lisa and they have two wonderful kids (Emily and Tim), who sometimes appear at youth events.