a church for all people
Mosaic is a Bible believing church in Leicester.
We want to build a church where everybody is welcomed and accepted, where those who do not know Jesus can ask questions and discover his love for themselves, a church that serves the wider community, cares for the poor and downtrodden and is seen as being a positive influence on the city.
We meet every Sunday at West End Neighbourhood Centre, Leicester from 10.30am. To find our Sunday venue go to Find Us tab.
We are part of Newfrontiers and working in partnership with Catalyst.
Mosaic Church Leicester runs a Foodbank every 2 weeks. Find out more details about the Foodbank including ways you can support it.
Posted by Scott Else on 9th May 2016 | Comments: 0 | Read full post
I love when we see a snapshot of heavenly worship, we see in places like Isaiah 6 or Revelation 4 a declaration of who Yahweh is.
"Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come." - Rev 4:8
Most people when they see these words talk about it showing how holy Yahweh is, this has never felt like the right answer to me (even though he obviously is Holy) and I wonder if a more accurate understanding is the acknowledgment of Yahweh being 3 in one. It does always appear to be holy, holy, holy.
It is fascinating to see each time we see a snapshot of worship in heaven that the worshipping group (angels, beasts and the great multitude) seem to declare that Yahweh is holy. Not just that, but also that he is a triune being and that the Father is holy, the Son is holy and the Spirit is holy.
I wonder how trinitarian our worship is?