Mosaic of Clayton

Relational, Contemplative, Community, Come as you are Clayton, NC
Mosaic of Clayton
Mosaic of Clayton
Mosaic of Clayton

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1370 Cameron Way
Clayton, NC 27520


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Who We Are

The mosaic form of art is quite unique. An artist takes the broken pieces of an array of material, like glass & tile, and uses them to create a new and beautiful image.

God’s work is similar. For God is taking our brokenness and He is making us whole through Jesus Christ. Along the way, God is also piecing us together to form a community of people called the church, and an even greater community called the Kingdom of God.

God’s Kingdom is similar to a mosaic. For God includes in His kingdom an array of people from different walks of life, of different ethnicity & journeys. Piecing these individuals together to form a beautiful image called the Kingdom of God.

Mosaic is a community of believers who desires to live out God’s kingdom vision. Our community of believers is composed of a vast array of persons: children, students, single adults, couples & single parents.

Mosaic is a community seeing brokenness made whole by the love of Jesus. Our vision is to follow Jesus and seek to live centered on the Kingdom of God. Everything about our worship, ministry, discipleship & community is driven by that vision.

About Us

Casual, Creative, Progressive, Inclusive, Lots of kids, Down to Earth

Community Service, Social Justice, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry, Missions

Indie, Traditional Hymns, Praise and Worship

Baptist (CBF)




Our Services

What are services like?
Mosaic is a relational community, which plays into the way we gathering and engage in worship. If good community is taking place, then worship typically doesn't start until a little after 10:30am. Worship is led by members of our community and pastoral staff. We have contemplative pieces mixed within the engaging worship. Our conversations on Sunday morning are diverse and applicable: We have journeyed through the Gospel of Luke for 2 years; Focused on the call of the Shema (Deuteronomy 6) for 5 weeks; Centered the call of Radical Hospitality for 5 weeks; Engaged in a summer long conversation on love, relationships, and other insanities; Will soon venture through Apps for Life (Proverbs), Why Money Matters, The Book of James, A Game of Thrones (1 & 2 Samuel).

What is the community like?
Our community of believers is composed of a vast array of persons: children, students, single adults, couples & single parents. We truly believe in community, which is why we engage each other typically 2-3 times a week through community groups, affinity groups, missional projects, and worship. We are all on different places in life's journey, but we embrace each other all the same. Whether you have been slapped in the face by organized religion (don't worry, we've been there too), realizing that you are bit too self-righteous, or have no idea what the love of God is, we are a community where you can find a place to belong.


Andy Hale

Raised in Apex, NC, I attended Campbell University for undergraduate and Divinity School. At Campbell, I met my wife, Jennifer. We have a daughter, Madison. I have a heart for discipleship & seeing followers of Jesus grow in their relationship with Him. My desire is to help nurture authentic & lifelong followers of Jesus Christ into a mature relationship with God.

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