- Tuesday 10/2: Moments with Mosaic 12-1 pm(Introduction to services)
- Thursday 10/4: Moments with Mosaic 12-1pm
- Sunday 10/7: Bell Choir performance at Christ Lutheran Church 8:30 Communion, 11:00 Prelude
- Saturday 10/13: Moments with Mosaic 9:30-10:30 am
- Thursday 10/18: Clergy Appreciation Luncheon (Pastor Heidi is invited.)
- Friday 11/2: Partners in Possibilities Breakfast (Fundraiser)
- Tuesday 11/6: Moments with Mosaic 12-1pm
- Thursday 11/8 Moments with Mosaic 12-1pm
- Saturday 11/10: Moments with Mosaic 9:30-10:30 am
- Tuesday 12/4: Moments with Mosaic 12-1pm
- Thursday 12/6: Moments with Mosaic 12-1pm
- Saturday 12/8: Moments with Mosaic 9:30 am- 10:30am
- Saturday 2/9/2013: Heart and Soul Gala
In the first quarter of the 20th century, Nebraska Lutherans in Axtell and Sterling built Bethphage and Martin Luther Homes from the ground up so that people with disabilities would have opportunities to realize their potential. In 2003, these organizations consolidated, forming Mosaic, to continue serving a common mission in the lives of people with disabilities across the United States and throughout the world.
Grounded in its mission, Mosaic listens to the choices expressed by you, its clientele. It creates the options and seeks out skilled and diligent employees to support those choices. It works accountably with donors and funding sources to enable individuals to fulfill their dreams.
Mosaic provides support and advocacy in partnership with people who have disabilities, that all may realize God’s gift of wholeness of life. Mosaic’s staff and supporters believe that every individual is a person of worth.
If you or someone you care about has developmental disabilities, then you can find a variety of support through the ministry of Mosaic: individualized services, living options, work choices and spiritual nurture.
Mosaic also offers opportunities to elders seeking independent living with services and supports. If you count yourself or someone you love among this group, we can offer you comfort, security, affordability, accessibility and community.
Mosaic advocates with people who have disabilities so they may choose appropriate supports, defend their rights and express their opinions. Advocates find their voices heard locally in their own communities, in statehouses across the land and in several countries around the world.
Like all ministries, the work of Mosaic depends upon prayer and donations. To help you, as a donor, be a good steward of your resources, we offer options for charitable giving and estate planning to support the ministries of Mosaic.
The staff of Mosaic works hard to assure that each person touched by its supports and advocacy receives the services to meet his or her hopes, dreams and expectations. Programs of Mosaic are committed to seeking out, meeting the standards for and maintaining accreditation from independent accrediting bodies.
Mosaic is an affiliated social ministry organization of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a recognized service organization of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, and a member of Lutheran Services in America.
In partnership with people who have disabilities, Mosaic provides supports and advocates that all may realize God’s gift of wholeness of life.
We at Mosaic work together so that all people may make choices for their lives in an environment of…
- Personal Growth
- Community Involvement
We will work with integrity, assure the highest quality and practice responsible stewardship of our resources.
Mosaic will not discriminate in matters of employment or service delivery on the basis of race, creed, age, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, marital status or veteran status.
Contact Virginia Worley or Mosaic’s Web page for more information.