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Pasadena/ | Mayan Westside | South Bay



MOSAIC FALL SERIES | RELATIONAL INTELLIGENCE Join us this fall as our new series is based on a new book by our own Pasadena Campus Pastor Steve Saccone. Relational Intelligence challenges our relationships with others. “If we took a panoramic view of humanity, unfortunately we would discover that human relationships are often reduced to a commodity, as if people were buying, selling and trading them for their own benefit. As human beings, we have the power to change this commodity-based mindset to a relationally intelligent mindset, where people are our highest value and where we interact in a smarter way that ultimately leads to greater influence. We must remember that the way we choose to relate to one another determines the quality of our human experience and reveals what we value most.”

Discover your R.Q. (Relational Quotient)

Oct. 18 | The Human Economy Oct. 25 | The Story Collector Nov. 1 | The Energy Carrier Nov. 8 | The Compelling Relator Nov. 15 | The Conversational Futurist Nov. 22 | The Likeable Hero Nov. 29 | The Disproportionate Investor

This free assessment based on “Relational Intelligence” is available at

The book can be purchased online or at any bookstore near you. Also available for a discounted price at any of our Mosaic gatherings.

FALL FESTIVALS | October 31st Join us on Saturday, October 31st for an ALL AGES Fall Festival brought to you by Mosaic and William Carey International University! We also have regional and local festivals for neighbors and friends happening throughout the LA area!


Eric and Debbie Bryant 2800 Front Street Alhambra, CA, 91803 6 to 9pm

San Marino

Cho’s and Yew’s Fall Festival/Block Party 2165 El Molino Place San Marino, CA, 91108 4-6pm food and fun; 6-6:30pm trick-or-treat on the street; 6:30- family friendly movies

Los Angeles

Kathryn and Nic Nelson 1341 W. 37th Drive Los Angeles, CA, 90007 4pm until 11pm; Volunteer partners needed!


1539 East Howard St. Pasadena, CA, 91104


Dessert contest and costume contest. Bring a canned food item to donate to local food shelters.

2 to 5pm


We are a community of followers of Jesus Christ, committed to

live by faith, to be known by love, and to be a voice of hope. Our name comes from the diversity of our community and from the symbolism of a broken and fragmented humanity which can become a work of beauty under the artful hands of God. We welcome people from all walks of life, regardless of where they are in their spiritual journey. We hope you will join us again and discover how all the pieces can fit together!

1539 E. Howard St., McGavran Hall Pasadena, CA 91104 Ph:626-628-9640 Fx: 626-296-7696

Administrative Offices Our offices are open 9 am–5 pm, Monday through Friday. Please call ahead to make an appointment.

Small Groups

Small Group Leaders Bootcamp: Pasadena/Mayan: Saturday, November 7 from 9:30am-2:00pm in Glendale. For more info and to register contact Amy Trevino at or 626-628-9630.


South Bay

SATURDAYS, 6:15 pm Knob Hill Community Center 320 Knob Hill, Redondo Beach Birth –Elementary Programming


SUNDAYS, 9:30 am, 11:15 am William Carey University, Mott 1539 E. Howard Street, Pasadena Birth - High School Programming* *Jr. High & High School Programming at 9:30am only.


SUNDAYS,10 am 5540 Schaefer Avenue, Chino Birth - High School Programming


SUNDAYS 9:30am & 11:15 am 6737 Bright Avenue, Whittier, CA 90604

Contact: 562-900-3788


Be sure to pick up your free personal copy of “Breathe” at the Connection Hot Spot at your Mosaic gathering location. This is an experiential guide for your spiritual growth.

SUNDAYS, 11:15 am Beverly Hills High School 241 Moreno Drive Beverly Hills Birth –High School Programming

Downtown L.A.

SUNDAYS, 7 pm The Mayan 1038 South Hill Street, Los Angeles No Children’s Programming

Berkeley/ North Bay Area SUNDAYS, 5:00 pm GAIA Arts Center

Mosaic LA Film Festival- Saturday, 11/14/09

Enjoy films from around the world, Q&A, and live art. Saturday, November 14, 2009 at the Mayan Theater in downtown LA Session 1: 12:30pm / Session 2: 4:00 pm

Tickets on sale now at and

2120 Allston Way, Suite 1 Berkeley, CA 94704 Contact:


On-line giving

is NOW AVAILABLE! See web browser for option.

For all Mosaic times, locations, and events, go to

PASADENA Learning Labs


Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 7:30pm Small theatre

Join us for a time of prayer, music and the Lords supper.

Family Resource Group

To encourage and equip families living on the Westside. Darlynn & Kevin Childress. 310-203-9668 or

Lunch After the Gathering

Westsiders go to lunch every Sunday after the gathering. Go to the “Connection Hot Spot” table to find out the flavor of the week. Any and all are welcome!

SHE Community Women’s Small Groups: “Making Anger Your Ally” Sundays from 1:00-2:30pm in Westwood. Contact Jenny Hsu at “Guided Autobiography” Thursdays at 7:00pm in Westwood. Contact Julia at “Esther: It’s Tough Being A Woman” Tuesdays at 7:00pm in Marina Del Rey. Contact Jac at

Mosaic Cookout Experience | Nov. 14th

Sunday, Nov. 14th, come and enjoy a free BBQ immediately after the Westside gathering! Entertainment provided by the artisans! Bring a friend or hang out to meet new friends!

Serving in Pasadena

If you’d like to begin volunteering (with film, kids, youth, production, connecting with new people, serving the underprivileged and much more) Contact for more info and to find out what opportunities are available.

Volunteer Staff

Want to join volunteer staff or find out more information about it? Contact Chad Lunsford -

20 Somethings

Join us at “The Hub” (233 E. Colorado Blvd.) in Pasadena on the 2nd Sunday night of every month. Contact David Haley at

November 27 | Fun Friday

One Friday a month, Pasadena Mosaic Small Groups will get together for a funfilled party to meet new friends and spend time with old friends.These events are open to everyone. So come ready to spend a couple hours in a casual but fun Friday. The Fun Friday parties will begin at 7:30 PM and be located in Pasadena. Each party will be unique and will be a great way to invite your friends or family to meet the Community. Photo taken at one of our many baptism party’s at the beach!

MAYAN SHE Small Group SHE Small Group “Esther—It’s Tough Being A Woman” on Sundays at 5:00pm in the Mayan basement. For more info contact Katrina at

Celebrate Recovery

Healing and freedom from life’s hurts, habits and hangups.

Sunday afternoons 4:30 to 6:30. For location information: Ladies- Mandy Inchaustegui at Men- Bret Countryman at


October 28 at 10:00am in P.V.E. Contact Angela at

SHE Worships

A women’s night of worship, prayer and celebration on Friday, November 13 . For info contact Angela at

EXP Junior High

Altering the future. One Dodgeball at a time.

FREE Mosaic Artisan Classes: Mosaic Drama Classes.

Want to Volunteer? Contact:

Email for information on dates and openings.

Ongoing Weekly Improv Workshops.

facebook: “EXP Mosaic”

Come to stretch your imagination and explore your creativity by developing your improve skills. Contact Visit or go to

Dance Classes.

Every Tuesday night at 8:30pm at WCIU Franson Hall. Breaking classes, hip hop, jazz, ballroom, and more. These classes are free and open to anyone who wishes to attend. Go to or email dance@

Habitat For Humanity Project

In January 2010 our Mosaic community will be building a house in L.A. We’re gathering sponsors and volunteers. Maybe your small group or ministry team could sponsor a wall, a door, a window, etc. Contact Dave Mushegan at

Mosaic Christmas Shows

Are you looking to make more of a difference in the lives around you? We are gathering a new group of people that want to explore what work we can do together in Los Angeles. If you want to be a part of this effort, we’d love your help. Contact Adrian Koehler at

Fri, December 4th 8pm – Mott Auditorium Sat, December 5th 8pm– Mott Auditorium Sat, December 12th 6pm and 8:30pm – Salter Theatre, BHHS Interested in acting, dancing, props, stage direction, set design etc.? Contact

School on Wheels (tutoring).

Los Angeles

Do you have one or more hours each week to tutor a homeless kid? Contact Annie Monkowski at

Mosaic Big Brothers

If you’re interested in being a Big Brother, contact Nate Cooper at 818-209-1331 or at

Celebrate Recovery To discover healing from life’s hurts, habits, and hang-ups, many have traveled the path through this Scriptures based “12-step” program. Celebrate Recovery is organized by genderspecific small groups addressing issues as diverse as anger, substance and alcohol abuse, sexual addiction, eating disorders, co-dependency, grief recovery, financial recovery, physical and sexual abuse, post-abortion syndrome, etc. Contact a coordinator from a Mosaic gathering to connect with a CR group near you or go to Mayan: Men’s Group Coordinator = Anthony Inchaustegui at Women’s Group Coordinator= Mandy Inchaustegui at Pasadena: Men’s Group Coordinator = Mark Wendling at Women’s Group Coordinators = Marianne Wendling at & Lina Meade at Inland: Men’s Group Coordinators = Jim Moon at Women’s Group Coordinators = Terry Moon at Whittier: Men’s Group Coordinators = Joe Saavedra at Women’s Group Coordinator = Westside/Southbay: Contact Coordinator Marvin Moore at


Painting by Kristen Torriani

The Green Team

Be a part of cleaning up our planet and funding Mosaic’s Awaken Humanity projects. Recycle your CRV (California Redemption Value) containers at your gathering locations. For more info email

For a full list of the Mentor team, and Ministries’ contact info, visit any of the Ministry tables in the lobby or go to the Connection Hotspot.

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