Proven Results and Credibility

Since 2004, Mosaix has led the collective charge to establish healthy multiethnic and economically diverse churches throughout North America and beyond. Through the years, Mosaix has played a significant role in helping to increase the percentage of churches having at least 20% diversity in their attending membership: from 7.5% in 2006 to 23% in Protestant Evangelical churches and 11% in Mainline churches in 2019. Even still, there is much work to be done.

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Coaching Pastors & Planters

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.

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Diverse Staff Search & Placement

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!

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Leadership Cohorts & Learning Labs

Get up-close, practical training from proven multiethnic church leaders throughout the U.S. Join with colleagues in a year-long Cohort, or bring your team to a two-day Learning Lab.

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Small Group Study & Workbook

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.

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