Reconciling Ministries Network

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About MOSAIC

MOSAIC began in May of 1996 at the United Methodist Student Forum in Oklahoma City. A group of college student participants were aggrieved by the decision of the Forum not to encourage the national church assembly to strike homophobic language from church law. In response, several students gathered to create a national student coalition and network in support of ministry inclusive of all people.

MoSAIC is an extension ministry of the Reconciling Ministries Network. We are comprised of students, seminarians, and young adults who affirm all sexual orientations and gender identifications as gifts of God.

We claim the United Methodist Church as a sacred space for sacred people and call it to be an incarnation of the inclusive kingdom of God.

Therefore, we seek to build relationships and engage in conversations with both those who claim the Church and those who struggle to find their place in it.

Ways to Get Involved

  • Sign up as a Reconciling United Methodist (RUM)
  • Like us on Facebook!
  • Talk with your local church, pastor, campus minister or lay leaders about starting the Reconciling Process
  • Read a book or lead a bible study; you can find excellent resources in our online store
  • Visit a reconciling Church, Community, or Campus Ministry
  • Visit the RMN Facebook Page or MOSAIC Group

On-Going Projects

To find the most up-to-date information about MOSAIC work in the United Methodist Connection and communities across the United Methodist Connection, email us!