Sermon Series

Here are the preaching series that we have worked through as a church community in recent months



Letter to the galatians

People have arrived to churches saying that faith in Jesus Christ is good . . . but it’s not enough. There’s more that should be done to be fully Christian. In response, the Apostle Paul writes a letter back to the region of churches defending the Gospel of God’s grace in Jesus Christ and that our union to Jesus through faith is dependent on nothing more. That good news (Gospel) applies to churches today and has implications for our own lives - individually and corporately.

Founding promises, Genesis 12-50


The book of Genesis gives us a glimpse not only into the beginnings of our world (chapters 1-11), but also into the beginning of our family (chapters 12-50). And through God’s covenant promises to his people - starting with Abraham, we see an unfolding story of God’s character alongside the tensions, struggles, doubts, fear, and faith of his people.

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Helpful Articles

Tim Keller, Why Plant New Churches

Tim Keller, Why Plant New Churches

What is church planting?

One approach to start new and healthy churches in areas where they do not currently exist is church planting. This is the work of forming a new faith community.


Ministry Partners

There is a lot of work to be done. And no one organization can go it alone. At Mosaic Silver Spring we actively search for partners to work alongside toward the common good of our neighborhoods. Here are a few of our partnerships developed over time where we have some measure of shared commitment and strategy.

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port towns church plant

We are partnering to plant a cross-cultural, gospel-centered church in the Port Towns. Racial reconciliation and cross-cultural community have always been passions at the center of our hearts, and doors have been opened for us to pursue this model of ministry. We feel called to start a church that reflects the beautiful diversity of God’s kingdom, and to bring our neighbors in the Port Towns communities together as one church family.


RUF at Maryland

Reformed University Fellowship is a community of students that exist to love and serve God and the University of Maryland. Our goal is to help students come to understand, know, and follow Jesus Christ as they walk through their college years, and to help lay a foundation for a lifetime of following Jesus and serving him in all areas of life. We're here for the campus, both for students from any religious background and students who have no religious background at all. Whatever kind of Terp you are and whatever your story, RUF is for you.