20th Ordiversary of Rev. Dr. Stephen Moon

On this momentous day, my heart overflows with gratitude to the Almighty. Today marks the 20th anniversary of my ordination, a journey guided by unwavering faith, love, and the grace of God.

With the utmost reverence, I desire to express my deep adoration and exaltation to my Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ, for His steadfast presence, resolute guidance, and unwavering strength during these two decades of my service as an ordained pastor. His boundless grace has consistently stood by my side, and I am profoundly humbled by the abundance of His blessings.

I extend my appreciation to my cherished Intercultural Mosaics family, who have stood by my side for the past decade. Your unwavering support, love, and encouragement have formed the bedrock of Mosaics. Each one of you represents a unique piece in the mosaic of our shared journey, contributing to its breathtaking beauty.

To the Presbytery of North Central California, I extend my heartfelt appreciation for your invaluable guidance, mentorship, and the profound privilege of serving our community throughout the past decade. Your steadfast belief in my abilities has been an instrumental driving force in our ministry at Intercultural Mosaics.

I wish to convey my deepest gratitude to several key individuals and organizations who have played pivotal roles in this journey. First and foremost, I want to express my profound thanks to my ministry partner and beloved wife, Grace Moon. Additionally, I extend my gratitude to our sponsor and partner, Davis Community Church, as well as Mosaics’ former home, Faith Presbyterian Church, and Mosaics’ former home and supporter, Parkview Presbyterian Church.

I am immensely appreciative of the unwavering support and guidance provided by my brother and coach, Rev. Dr. Eunsuk Cho of Golden Gate Presbyterian Church, and my cherished mentor and brother, Rev. Dr. Ken Winter. Equally, I extend my gratitude to my sister, Rev. Dr. Mary Westfall, and my former liaison, Elder Kathy Trott. Last but not least, I am profoundly thankful to my liaison and co-worker, Rev. Jeri Viera Dahlke.

Your collective contributions have enriched our ministry, and I am deeply grateful for your unwavering support and dedication.

Lastly, I want to express my deep gratitude to the Christian & Missionary Alliance who consecrated and equipped me for a missionary role that will impact future generations. Over the past two decades, your steadfast prayers have profoundly enriched my life and ministry in numerous ways.

As I celebrate this significant milestone, I carry each of you deep within my heart. Your prayers, your love, and your unwavering support have been my greatest blessings on this remarkable journey.

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that you may abound in hope, in the power of the Holy Spirit. – Romans 15:13

With profound gratitude and enduring faith,

Rev. Dr. Stephen Moon 

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2023 Statistics for Intercultural Mosaics

Here are the statistics for Intercultural Mosaics as of September 19, 2023:

Church Influence and Success:

  • Our measure of a healthy church goes beyond physical success; it emphasizes impact and influence.
  • We believe that influence begins from within through personal transformation before it can affect others.

Pandemic and Current Engagement:

  • Prior to the pandemic, our outreach efforts reached over 1,500 attendees and welcomed 3-7 new visitors each week.
  • During the pandemic, we adapted and engaged with over 800 individuals through Zoom, with 75-100 participants joining us weekly.
  • Our engagement is diverse, with 200 active members representing 25 different ethnicities and spanning multiple generations.

Intercultural Growth and Connection:

  • We’ve fostered multifaceted meetups with 2,544 registered participants and have organized a staggering 5,100 events to date.
  • Our digital presence is strong, boasting a website with 40,979 subscribers and a dynamic Facebook Group with 300 active members.
  • As we continue to expand, we project the addition of more than 150 new participants in 2024, embracing both virtual and physical avenues of connection.
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Mosaics Earns Prestigious Matthew 25 Ministry Designation

Mosaics was granted this certificate, officially designating it as a Matthew 25 ministry, on September 11, 2023.

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Mosaics Mid-Autumn Festival in Davis

Mosaics Mid-Autumn Festival in Davis

When: Saturday, September 30, 2023, from 2 pm to 8:30 pm

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


  • Dumpling Making Class starting from 2 pm
  • Moon Cake Making Class starting from 3 pm
  • Special Dinner Feast at 6 pm
  • Karaoke Night from 7 pm

Please invite your friends and family to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival! For more information, please contact Dr. Stephen Moon at 916-217-5470. Thank you! <3 #mosaics

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Special Natalie’s Corner Fundraiser Dinner at Fellowship Hall, DCC in Davis

Blessed Are The Peacemakers: Supporting Natalie’s Corner

Join our cause in raising vital construction funds for Natalie’s Corner, a captivating and interactive water feature (splash pad) alongside a communal space within Central Park. This remarkable space is designed to honor the memory of Peace Officer Natalie Corona, who tragically lost her life in the line of duty at just 22 years old while serving with the Davis Police Department in 2019.

We extend a warm invitation for you to attend a significant fund-raising dinner taking place on Saturday, September 16th, starting at 5 pm. The venue is the Fellowship Hall at DCC. Your generous contribution of $50 is suggested to support this cause. Collaborating with DCC in hosting this event are Intercultural Mosaics and Scout Troops 111 and 1625, who were present on our premises during that fateful night.

Anticipate an evening of delightful experiences, including a culinary journey with delectable Korean cuisine meticulously prepared by Grace Moon and her associates. The ambiance will be further enriched by the smooth jazz tunes of Yolo Hot Club. An engaging silent auction awaits, offering unique items, and you’ll have the chance to convey a message of solace to Natalie’s family.

To donate, bring or mail a check to 412 C St. Davis, CA 95616, give at: https://www.facebook.com/donate/788399586621202 -or- give online at https://dccpres.org/give, select Give to a Specific Fund, select Special Donation, mention Natalie’s Corner in the notes.

For further insights into this noteworthy project, please visit: https://www.cityofdavis.org/city-hall/parks-and-community-services/current-improvement-projects/central-park-water-feature. Your involvement will make a meaningful impact in creating a space that commemorates a brave soul while fostering unity and joy within our community.

• 10:00 AM-5:00 PM: Mosaics prepares meals at Fellowship Hall kitchen
• 2:00 PM: Scouts arrange tables and chairs. Mosaics decorates table
• 5:00 PM: Registration and Name tag distribution. Enjoy refreshments and appetizers. Commence silent auctions
• 5:30 PM: Cheryl’s warm welcome. Introduction to the silent auction and an opportunity to leave a message for Natalie’s family. Stephen leads a prayer and provides instructions
• 5:45 PM: Initiate the serving of Korean Traditional Cuisine (buffet style)
• 6:00-7:00 PM: Musical entertainment
• 6:30 PM: Commence dessert service
• 7:00 PM: Conclude silent auction. Scouts share memories of Natalie. Stephen introduces Mosaics and leads a tribute to Natalie
• 7:30-9:30 PM: Scouts tidy up by clearing tables and chairs, returning tablecloths and dishes to the kitchen, and managing trash. Mosaics team handles dishwashing and cleans the kitchen area.

Thank you for your support!

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