Looking for a meaningful place to serve? The Mosaic Center offers Christians an opportunity to use their talents, gifts, and resources to serve on the “local mission field.”
- Receptionists: Receptionists are the first friendly face our guests see when they enter the building, or hear when they call into The Mosaic Center. They serve one day a week for 4 hours, either 8:00am-12:00 pm or 12:00pm-4:00 pm.
- Lunch Providers: Every day during our Core Program, lunch is provided free of charge to the students enrolled. If you or a group you are involved in (church, Bible class, club, small group, restaurant, game group, etc.) are interested in providing a meal for lunch, please contact Susan Newcomer (firstname.lastname@example.org or 936-639-5068).
- House Moms: House Moms set the dining room, receive food donated, serve lunch, and clean up the kitchen after lunch. House Moms serve one day a week and are consistent to that day for the duration of the 12-week course.
- Classroom Instructors: All of our teachers are volunteers. If you have a skill set for a certain area of teaching and are interested in volunteering, we would love to speak to you!
- Mentors: Mentors work hand-in-hand with the students enrolled in our Core Program. Each day, we have two mentors attend all classes with our students. They offer support, a listening ear, encouragement, and mentorship to all students. Mentors serve one day a week and are consistent to that day for the duration of the 12-week course.
- Special Projects: Of course needs arrive throughout the year that we need volunteers for. If you are interested in volunteering for The Mosaic but cannot do so on weekly basis, we still need you!
Fill out our Volunteer Interest Form here, or call us at 936-639-5068 if you are interested in volunteering! Potential volunteers will be interviewed by a Mosaic staff member.
Part of our mission at The Mosaic Center is to provide a meaningful place of service for our volunteers to serve. We consistently hear from our volunteers how they are personally and spiritually impacted by volunteering here.
“You all gave me a gift. I have been blessed every bit as much or more than [the students].
– Beverly Martin
“My family is influenced by me coming here. I can’t stay away and it’s wonderful. As you are learning to give, the Lord says that you are going to get double back and if you practice that, it’s going to happen. ”
“I can feel the energy. It lifts us up. My spirit is lifted up.”
“When I started at The Mosaic Center, I had just moved to Lufkin after experiencing devastation with Hurricane Harvey. It destroyed my home and business. I wanted to become involved with the community as quickly as I could to learn about my new home in Lufkin. The Mosaic Center has helped me accomplish that and so much more. I look forward to each and every time I walk into this warm home that gives a hand up and not a hand out to women, and empowers them to be strong in themselves, a career, and most importantly, faith in God.”
– Ann Haynes
“That feeling when you walk through the doors is a feeling like no other. “