In May 2003, a handful of families from several churches in Clio, Mount Morris, and the surrounding communities felt a calling to plant a church in Clio, MI. Under the leadership of Pastor Scott Salo, the Clio Community Church of the Nazarene was born. Beginning in Pastor Scott’s home, God began to bless their efforts and they grew beyond their capacity. Relocating to Clio High School’s media center, they continued to grow and develop their ministerial efforts. As a part of pursuing God’s call to plant a church in the area, the church purchased a plot of land in Clio with plans to construct a facility. Unfortunately, these plans fell through, but an existing church facility became available for purchase on Dort Highway in Mount Morris in 2008. After substantial prayer, Pastor Scott and the members of the church decided to begin the process of selling the land and purchasing this pre-existing building. The Clio Community Church of the Nazarene moved into their current location on October 5, 2008.
In August 2014, Pastor Thomas became the lead pastor. Under his leadership, the church began a transforming process of redefining its mission, vision, and focus. As a result of that transformation, the Clio Community Church of the Nazarene became the Mosaic Church of the Nazarene on July 17, 2016. This “rebranding” of sorts better encapsulates our identity as a mosaic - a work of art in which God has taken the broken pieces of our lives, redeemed and restored them, and created something beautiful. We believe that our best days are ahead and we encourage you to become part of our story.
God has taken the broken pieces of our lives, redeemed and restored them, and created something beautiful