A West Orange church is releasing a new line of T-shirts to support its children's program.
Mosaic church demonstrates its passion for God and his passion for people. Through Christ, the church compares itself to a Mosaic.
"A broken, shattered people redeemed and brought together to display God's beauty to one another and the world," the church's website says.
One of the church's special programs, "Mosaic Kids," helps kids grow through their passion for God.
Not only does serving with Mosaic Kids fill a huge need for the church, but it also provides individuals with personal opportunity. The church describes opportunities to include "to disciple, to be missional and to be within a close-knit community of friends who do life together and serve alongside each other."
Whether volunteers are serving in the "Little Kids" space, teaching in "The City," leading a small group of fifth and sixth graders in "Mix 56," or helping with the "Special Needs Inclusion Ministry"—the church believe volunteers are helping kids to not be the church someday but today.
Amidst all of the church's Winterfest activity, it also rolled out a new smaller update in the kid’s ministry, new volunteer shirts.
The T-shirts were designed to visually match the new curriculum the church launched this past summer which focuses on five foundational truths: "God made everything, God is in charge of everything, God is good, Jesus came to save sinners and God wants to talk to us."
The new volunteer T-shirts come in a variety of sizes and colors but can only be obtained through becoming part of the 'Mosaic Kids' team.
The church can be found at 14175 West Colonial Drive.
Those who are interested in joining the team and receiving one of the new T-shirts can click here.