In the 1970s, Pastor Terry Virgo began travelling to various churches and house groups in the south of England to seek the presence of God together. These visits quickly developed into organised gatherings, Bible weeks, and conferences, as well as a cassette service with talks and music. The Newfrontiers movement was born!
In the following decades, its influence and reach expanded beyond the UK to other countries. New churches were planted and missionaries were sent out into the world. In 2011, Newfrontiers had grown to over 800 churches in 70 different nations. The movement was redefined as a network with 15 different “spheres” worldwide.
Around the same time God gave a new vision for church planting in large cities to Emmanuel Church in Brighton. Healthy churches multiply! In 2014 Neville and Sue Jones moved from Brighton to Berlin and started Mosaik, a young, dynamic church in the center of Germany’s capital.
In the following years, the church plant became a community of people who seek to encounter and follow Jesus in an authentic and uncomplicated way. Mosaik is a church in and for Berlin, where people can grow, heal, and flourish together. We are also part of an international family of churches – our mother church is in Brighton and our sister churches are in London, Belfast, Bath, Amsterdam, Ottawa and Krakow.