WHO WE ARE
Mosaics of Mercy is a ministry serving as a hub of hope, resources, and education empowering each journey toward mental well-being. Mosaics was founded by real people committed to sharing their stories of hope and healing to benefit others. We believe connection is a remedy to the common experience of feeling isolated, overwhelmed, and alone. Internally and externally, we all experience things that impact our mental well-being. Physical illness, loss, traumatic events, mental health struggles, and addictions are a few examples. We can help.
Mosaics of Mercy is a hub for:
Hope: Offering experiential mosaic heart making sessions, stories of hope, prayer, and personal connections.
Resources: Helping clients and professionals navigate and connect to verified mental health resources
Education: Creating connections to knowledge about mental health through speaking events, podcasts, social media, and conversation
By fostering an environment where brokenness can be shared and connections made, we create a sustainable shift to mobilization, empowerment, hope, and healing.
Mosaics of Mercy started meeting in the garage of one of our founders in the Spring of 2016. We would gather together, make mosaics, and share our own unique journeys around mental health and addiction recovery. Both from personal experience and what we were hearing in the community, we knew not having the connections found in our hub led to people feeling lost and alone. Mosaics of Mercy was born out of a desire to see that experience change. We now have our own four walls, but the heart and spirit of Mosaics of Mercy is something that through the power of God and all of you extends beyond a physical structure.
OUR GUIDING VERSE
“Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.”
2 Corinthians 1:3-4 (NIV)
Our vision is a united community mobilized to make a difference in their own lives and the lives of others through a renewed mindset toward mental well-being.