Mosaics 4th Harvest Festival: Colombian Culture Night

Mosaics 4th Harvest Festival: Colombian Culture Night

This is a joint event of Davis Mosaics and Sacramento Fellowship of Mosaics. No classes on Sunday, Nov. 4th in Sacramento. All classes will be held as scheduled on Saturday, Nov. 3rd. Thank you!

We are celebrating our 4th Mosaics Harvest (Post-Halloween) Festival with Colombian Culture Night as follow:

• When: November 3, 2018 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

• Where: 2nd Floor of Phoenix Hall, Davis Community Church

1. Costume Contest: Everyone will come by wearing special costume and there will be prizes (1st, 2nd and 3rd). And raffle prizes for everyone who participate.

2. Colombian dishes prepared by Irina Bilbao from 4 pm

• Ajiaco Santafereño (Colombian Chicken & Potato Soup)

• Sopa de Lentejas (Colombian Vegan Lentil Soup)

• Colombian Desserts and Drinks

Irina needs 3~4 persons who can help at the kitchen.

3. Colombian Harvest Dinner: Colombian Culture Presentation led by Luisa Alexandra Lozano and/or Colombian members.

4. Colombian Music & Dance by Colombia Viva Dance Group from 7:30 pm.

For more information, please visit: or contact Dr. Stephen Moon at 916-217-5470. Thank you! ♥ #mosaics

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Davis Community Drum Circle

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Mosaics Mid Autumn Festivals 2018

Davis Mosaics Mid Autumn Festival on September 22, 2018

As we walk into the Fall season, Mosaics will gather to celebrate Mid Autumn Festival by making several delicious home-made Asian cultural dishes through cooking classes led by several cooking experts, Alex Jang, Ting Dong and Grace Moon.

We invited our beloved Alex Jang, specially to be our main chéf of Mosaics Mid Autumn Festival Cooking Events and hope you will be enjoying her elegant cooking style. So, please RSVP for her station ASAP. Thank you!

Here is the summary of Mosaics Cooking Events:

1. Alex Jang’s Cooking Station:
“Summer’s End Warm Chicken Salad” just like the weather outside, it’s not too hot and not too cold. We will be making and enjoying fresh bright flavors that will remind you of summer but will hopefully be savory enough of a memory to keep you warm as we transition into Fall.

There will be also vegan version of this with tofu and eggplants.

2. Ting Dong’s Cooking Station:
Ting will set up dumpling station to make various dumplings with beef, pork, shrimps and vegetables including with vegan version.

3. Grace Moon’s Cooking Station:
Grace will make traditional Korean rice cakes and Su-Jeong-Gwa drinks (made with Jujubes, Cinnamons, and Persimmons).


After the dinner fellowship (from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm), Acme Lee, a successful entrepreneur and social media guru, will deliver special presentation during the Mosaics Leadership Forum, with title:

“Living Your Dreams w/ NEO Escape Rooms”

We are each here to dream big and lead a very inspired life, it’s what we’re called to do.

Join NEO Escape Rooms on the evening of Saturday, September 22nd and hear the story of how Co-Founders Acme and Gabriel entered the Calling All Dreamers business contest and pursued their dream of launching an escape room entertainment center in downtown Sacramento.

Learn how to walk an inspired path in your own life and how to have more excitement, focus, and faith in your dreams!

With a little time, consistency, and a lot of positive vibes, you too can transform your life in amazing ways!

The fun has just begun.

See you there!


Fellowship of Mosaics Mid Autumn Festival on September 23, 2018

1. Mosaics Cooking Class: Chinese Spareribs and 3 Veggies

Chéf Lina Liu Lee will teach how to make delicious Chinese Spareribs with 3 vegetable dishes.

Please RSVP as this class is limited to first 8 people who sign up.

2. Mochi Making Class: Our Japanese teacher, Erika san, will teach you how to make Japanese Mochi. Open to all without limitation.

3. Please also bring “Moon Cakes” and other desserts to share.

Dinner will be at 6:30 pm.

For more information, please contact Dr. Stephen Moon at 916-217-5470. Thank you! ♥ #mosaics

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Mosaics Acoustic Guitar and Drum Classes

<Davis Acoustic Music Meetup>
We have exciting music meetups every Saturday and invite you all to participate these classes. All classes and dinner are free to anyone!
• Guitar: from 5 pm to 6:30 pm, Led by Paul Schedler
• Dinner: from 6:30 pm to 7:20 pm
• Drum: from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm, Led by Mehdi Moghaddam
For more information, please visit: or our FB group page: or contact Dr. Stephen Moon at 916-217-5470 #davismosaics #davis #mosaics #guitar #drum
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Annual Report to Davis Community Church

Davis Mosaics is a New Worshiping Community sponsored by Davis Community Church. Led by Rev. Dr. Stephen Moon and supported by the hospitality gifts of Grace Moon, Davis Mosaics mission is to share God’s love and grace with Millennials through free language classes, cooking, music, outdoor activities, spirituality-developing events, fellowship, so that they experience God’s love and grace.

Over the past 3 years of Davis Mosaics, 600+ people have come through the DCC campus and checked us out.  Of those about 120 people are active with Davis Mosaics.  Davis Mosaics is true evangelism reaching out to a generation that is primarily unchurched. Though not a part of the mission, 5 people from Davis Mosaics have become members of Davis Community Church and another 5~10 people now also worship with DCC.

Davis Mosaics creates a place of belonging for all… Christian and non-Christian alike. Mosaics is grounded in the spiritual practice of hospitality, enabling us to more fully meet, live with and know our neighbors. Since the original word for hospitality, “philoxenia,” literally means the ‘love of strangers,’ Mosaics is called to create a community of welcome for all, a new expression of Christianity that responds to our changing culture in dynamic ways.

Davis Mosaics compliments the mix of programs at Davis Community Church and reaches people not otherwise reached by DCC.  By feeling welcome at Davis Mosaics,  Millennials in the area are exposed to additional programs and possibilities available at Davis Community Church.  They consistently invite their friends to join them at Davis Mosaics.

Davis Mosaics exists to build authentic “koinonia” (Acts 2:42-47) while pursuing the Great Commandment (Matt. 22:36-40) and the Great Commission of Jesus (Matt. 28:16-20 & 2 Cor. 10:15b), for the Mosaic Generation in Davis and its surrounds.

Join us for contemporary inter-faith/intercultural Mosaics fellowship every Saturday afternoon from 3 pm to 8:30 pm at the 2nd floor of the Phoenix Hall.  Davis Mosaics numbers grow as we have 3~9 newcomers weekly. Currently over 350 people are registered as participants with weekly participation averages 38 people with 60 – 75 people attending special events.

Davis Mosaics is grateful for ALL that Davis Community Church gives to Davis Mosaics: facilities, staff support, pastoral support, financial resources, all with lots of prayer and encouragement

Report written by Elder Kathy Trott

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