Come to mosaic Mingle! Every Saturday at 4:30 PM in the Back Lot Building #2 at CrossCity Christian Church where we have fellowship. After Mosaic Mingle, we go into service and worship together.

CrossCity Loves Singles!

Mosaic Singles helps singles connect with each other, grow in their faith, serve others in love, reach their world for Jesus, and honor God with their life.

Whether you’ve never been married, are divorced, are widowed or are a single parent, then this is the place for you. God doesn’t want you to live in isolation. CrossCity Mosaic is a family where you can know others and be known. Regardless of where you’re at in your spiritual journey, our family is open to you. We look forward to meeting you!

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Mosaic Mingle

Every Saturday from 4:30-5:30pm, in the back portable building on the campus of CrossCity Christian Church. Mosaic Mingle is an intentional time of community and fellowship. Join us Saturday for the study below!

May Study: The Ordinary

May’s Bible Study focus will be “The Ordinary” — a series in which we’re unpacking stories from the early church when God turned the stories of ordinary people into extraordinary moments.

Reading a great biography, watching a movie about someone’s life, or listening to a really incredible story can be inspiring and also cause us to think, “Wow, that’s amazing . . . But I can not relate.” Have you ever felt that way when hearing someone else’s faith story or even reading the stories of early church leaders? When we read the New Testament and see stories of miraculous healings, prison breaks, city-changing sermons, and the power of the gospel – we might be amazed while also tempted to think we could never do what they did. When we place all our focus on the most incredible, miraculous, dramatic, extraordinary stories of people’s faith, it can leave us feeling like our own stories are boring. Unimportant. Ordinary.

But the truth is, most stories in the Bible are actually stories of ordinary people, doing ordinary things, who were transformed or used by God in extraordinary ways. As we examine some of these stories we might just find out our “ordinary” lives can accomplish extraordinary things because our faith stories are connected, always in progress, worth sharing, and at the end of the day they are not about us.

Saturdays, 4:30pm, Back Portable

THE AMAZING RACE

You’ve seen the TV show – now get ready to test yourself!
Join us at Sierra Vista Mall in Clovis on Friday May 20th at 6:30pm (meet at IHOP) as we race around the mall area to find clues and complete challenges.
A max of 5 teams will select their own team colors, choose their own team name, and battle it out across the region for the ultimate prize of being crowned the most Amazing Race team (and earning a free meal)!
Whether or not you’re racing, everyone is welcome to enjoy the After Party at Colton’s Social House (1150 Shaw Ave, Clovis, CA 93612) at 7:30pm. Classic American food and drinks will be available for purchase.

MEMORIAL DAY BBQ

Monday May 30th, 12pm

To remember and honor those that lost their lives protecting our country, we will be gathering at Marlyssa’s house to swim and for a BBQ.

As a capstone to our May Study, The Ordinary, we will also have a time for folks to share their faith stories during this event. Have other plans that day but want to come for Faith Stories? Folks will begin sharing their stories at 3:00pm.

CHURCH ON THE BEACH – 2022

Ready for an escape from reality?

We are taking our annual trip to the beach in June! Escape the heat and come worship with us and hear a timely message…then go have fun with friend in Pismo! Pastor Joe will be bringing a message and Pastor Jake Watkins will lead us in worship.

The best part is that is only costs $40! We have a bus stacked with amenities but it is limited to 58 spots! The first 20 people to sign up will be treated to some Mosaic swag!

Sign up today!

PAST EVENTS

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Big GOD


“What happens when we live God’s way?” This verse (Message paraphrase) from Galatians 5:22 voices a huge question for all of us, who are trying to figure out what it means to follow God. The answer, according to Apostle Paul, can be found in the “Fruits of the Spirit”. Join with us as we venture through what it looks like to “Bear Fruit”.

MEET THE TEAM

Joe Gustafson

Pastor of Mosaic 25+

Joe Gustafson serves as the Guest Services Pastor at CrossCity and is the Shepherd of the Mosaic 25+ group. Joe was born and raised in Clovis, Ca, and did his Biblical studies at Fresno Pacific University. Joe has a passion for the Gospel and wants all people to feel like they belong to the local church. He is married to Ashley, they have two children!

Questions?

Joe Gustafson
559.323.9675 x1250
jgustafson@mycrosscity.com

John De La Cruz

John likes to spend his free time outdoors.

John favorite meal is pizza with friends and family.

John works full time in construction and has 3 children.

Marlyssa Ogle-Mecchi

My name is Marlyssa Ogle, mom of 2 girls, the oldest sweet and spunky 9yo, and the youngest firecracker 4yo.

I am a huge Oklahoma Sooner fan, love all things Star Wars & Marvel, as well as a frequent Disney goer! I have been attending CrossCity for a year and a half and instantly fell in love, it felt like home and I loved all the relationships I’ve built!

Mary James

My name is Mary James, also known as MJ. I have been attending Cross City for the past 6 years. This was the first Church I attended after moving to Fresno from the OC and I have felt ‘at home’ since Day 1. I believe this is exactly where God knew I needed to be. I am a single mom to a spunky 7 year old boy. I love all things outdoors. 4th of July is my favorite Holiday because it means extra family time on the lake and who doesn’t love having fun in the sun?

Victoria Johnson

Victoria has two kids, daughter (5) and son (4). She enjoy’s spending time with friends and family. Her interests include traveling, baking, event planning and binge watching TV. Victoria has been a part of CrossCity for 4 years and has assisted with various ministries within the church and has enjoyed the connections and meaningful friendships made through these ministries.