Mosaic is our small group ministry at Summit Church.
They are a place to connect, belong, and believe.

A place where you CONNECT with one another,
BELONG to the family and BELIEVE in your identity. These groups are constantly growing. As a Covenant Partner you are welcome to host a Mosaic. If you would like to start a Mosaic group here at Summit Connect with Sam Amoako-Atta.


We will be reading and discussing non-fiction books by authors such as Kris Vallotton, Brian Johnson, Bill Johnson and Danny Silk. Book selections will be chosen by the group based on interest in particular subjects.
For more information contact
Courtney Gould.

Dream Interpratation

We will learn practical ways to begin having supernatural dreams from God as well as how to interpret our own dreams and the dreams of others from a Biblical perspective. We will spend the majority of our time practicing the interpretive process and will work our way toward interpreting street dreams.
For more information contact Mallory Scott.

Ladies Dinner and Digging Deeper

Join us for a time of community and digging deeper into the word. We have done a few different studies but it is never too late to jump in on what we are currently covering.
For more information contact Gina Benson.

Seasoned Warriors

This is a time to sharpen each other through activities and fellowship as well as enjoy the richness and life experience we share as seasoned warriors. Our goal is to strengthen and encourage one another in Christ, fun and connections.
For more information contact Jim Parker.

Transformationists Arise

Spiritual and Emotional Maturity with the goal of Christlikeness. We will be spending times in encountering God and study of Spiritual Disciplines that position us for transformation. We will also be reading a book by Dr. Jim Wilder titled, Renovated, God, Dallas Willard and The Church That Transforms. We will not limit the times we meet but rather meet until we have sufficiently digested the content and actually have made progress in becoming the Church that transforms individually, corporately,
and culturally.
For more information contact Randy Hill.