Children's, Youth & Young Adult Ministries


The Adventurer Club is a Seventh-day Adventist sponsored club for children grades 1-4. This ministry supports parents in the task of developing happy little followers of Christ through fun, skills and study.


The Pathfinders’ mission is to be a friend and companion to their fellow man and to glorify God through service to Him and others. They are striving to develop the whole person - spiritual, physical, and mental. Ages 10-15.

Master Guides:

Master Guides is a youth leadership ministry for ages 16 and older. They serve as leaders strengthening Adventurers, Pathfinders, and youth ministries within our church, and as missionaries reaching out to young people in our community and beyond. We train youth leaders to inspire, encourage, and empower young people to become ambassadors for God in every walk of their lives

Youth Ministry:

Mosaic Church offers a wide range of youth activities for spiritual, social and character development. Ages 15 and over. Here are some highlights: Youth Sabbaths are scheduled every quarter; Youth bible study and lunch every 2nd and 4th Sabbath at 1:30; Social activities throughout the year; Mission trips and much more.

Young Adult Bible Study:

Stepping Stones Young Adult Night is one of the best kept “secrets” at Mosaic. Every 2nd Saturday of the month, at 6:30 pm, Clay & Dena Duellman open up their home for an evening of great food, uplifting fellowship and inspiring bible study. Located 5 minutes from Mosaic in McKinney. Contact the church for more details.

Care Groups

Twenty-Somethings(for young adults from 20 to 35):

Where: Bill and Connie Byard, 3540 Pinehurst Dr, Plano, TX

When: Every first and third Friday evening 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Fun, Fellowship, Food and Bible Study

From Women to Women (For women 13 years old and older):

Victoria and Ruth


Where: Church

When: Every other Saturday from May 6 to August 19 2017. @ 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Martial Arts for Kids (from 2 to 8 years of age):


Where: Church

When: Sunday from 11:00 am to 12 pm, Starts on Apr 22 - May 27.

Bring your kids to learn how to have fun, exercise, socialize and learn discipline.

Photography and Snacks:

Misty and Priscilla

Where: Everywhere around church. No more than 20 miles.

When: Saturday at 7:00 pm or Sunday 11:00 am. Starts on April 29 to June 3 2017.

Bring your cameras. We may print some pictures.

Guitar Lessons Care Group:


Where: Church

When: Saturdays at 4:00 pm. Starts April 22 to May 2 2017.

Bring your own guitar. Edsel will have some guitars to lend.

Hebrew Class:

James Mercer

Where: Church

When: Saturdays at 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Come and learn hebrew with James (He says it's not hard)

Spanish Vespers:

Miriam, Sue Carvalho, Rosie, Iris, Victoria and Ruth

Where: Different Locations

When: Every Saturday from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm. Starts April 22 to May 27, 2017.

Come and practice your spanish with these nice hyspanic ladies and spanish speaking admires, enjoy some food and fun when talking about God and thanking him for one more sabbath.

Adult Sabbath School Classes

Traditional Class:

An inspiration Adventist class in the sanctuary that promotes the sharing of ideas.

Ladies Class:

An inspiration Adventist class in the sanctuary that promotes the sharing of ideas.

Contemporary Class:

Paul Krueger and Ty Ramsey teach a friendly and a open discussion of the quaterly.

Spanish Class:

Hermano Rios facilita la clase ensenando la leccion de una manera dinamica y tradicional. Meeting room inside the sanctuary.

In Step With Jesus Class:

A class for better understanding of what Adventists believe.

Alternative Class 2:

Introduction to Hebrew: This class we will focus on learning the Hebrew Alefbet, Vowels, learn how to recite few of the blessings in Hebrew and the 23rd Psalm and 121 Psalm.

Childrens Sabbath School Classes

Youth (16 - 18)

Earliteens (13 - 15)

Juniors (10 - 12)

Primary (7 - 9)

Kindergarten (4 - 6)

Cradle Roll (0 - 3)

North Dallas Adventist Academy

North Dallas Adventist Academy (NDAA) is excited to be celebrating its 30th anniversary providing Christian education in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Our student body is composed of a diverse group of local students from the metroplex and international students from abroad. As a multischool institution spanning 15 grades NDAA is intently focused on serving one of the fastest growing regions in America. Governed by a constituency of 15 local Seventh-day Adventist churches “the Adventist academy” provides a safe learning environment that is the platform for an academically challenging and spiritually invigorating program. NDAA is comprised of three distinct learning communities: the Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School. Together, along with faculty, staff, volunteers, and other supporters, we make the NDAA family.

The academy is part of the Seventh-day Adventist school system, the second largest school system in the world. Central to our core philosophy is the understanding that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of true knowledge. Therefore, a biblical worldview is the bedrock upon which all subjects are taught. With a firm commitment to the holistic development of each and every student, the school has grown to become one of the largest Adventist academies in the DFW metroplex. NDAA continues its firm commitment to the concept of providing each student with a holistic education of mental, physical, social, and spiritual health. NDAA staff and faculty mentor students, both inside and outside of the classroom, to excel at intellectual growth and service to humanity.

(972) 234-NDAA (6322)

302 Centennial Boulevard, Richardson, Texas 75081