Mosaix is a relational network of pastors and planters, denominational and network leaders, educators, authors, and researchers alike, that exists to establish healthy multiethnic and economically diverse churches for the sake of the gospel in an increasingly diverse and cynical society, throughout North America and beyond.
See below to connect with people, resources, and services that can help you advance the vision in your own local church context.
Building a healthy multiethnic church? You can't do it alone! Our dedicated, experienced and competent team of coaches will help you work smart, avoid mistakes, and gain competence.Learn More
Are you a pastor looking to diversify your staff team? Are you interested in working in a multiethnic church? Through our affordable process, we'll help you find the perfect match!Learn More
Get up-close practical training by visiting healthy multiethnic churches throughout the country, and learning from proven pastors and leadership teams. Join others in a year-long cohort, or bring your team to a three-day lab intensive.Learn More
Multiethnic Conversations is a proven resource that facilitates open, authentic conversation, and brings diverse people together to walk and worship as one in Christ and in the church.Learn More
Mosaix is the central hub for all things Multiethnic Church. Founded in 2004 by Mark DeYmaz (D.Min.) and George Yancey (Ph.D.), Mosaix
has organized, mobilized, and resourced the growing Movement by casting vision, connecting leaders of like-minded leaders, conferencing,
and coaching. Throughout that time, since 2001, the percentage of churches having at least 20% diversity in their attending membership
has risen from 7.5% to 13.7%, and to 14.4% among Protestant Evangelical churches. According to sociologist Michael O. Emerson,
author of the seminal work, Divided By Faith,
Mosaix has played a preeminent role in driving such statistical change.