Lead Pastor

Scott Spencer (he, him, his)

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  • Born and raised in Enid, Oklahoma. 
  • Education: Enid High School, Oklahoma State University, Asbury Theological Seminary
  • Ordained Elder in the Oklahoma Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church since 1998
  • Pastoral Appointments:
    • 1995-1997 - Associate pastor, Altus FUMC
    • 1997-2000 - Pastor of UMCs in Lone Wolf and Blair, OK
    • 2000-2008 - Director, United Campus Ministry, Ada, OK
    • 2008-2010 - Associate Pastor, Acts 2 UMC, Edmond (Minister of Discipleship and Pastoral Care)
    • 2010-2015 - Pastor, Albright UMC, Ponca City
    • 2015-today - Lead Pastor, Mosaic United Methodist Church, Oklahoma City


  • Recommend Books:
    • ‚Äč"The Heart of Christianity" by Marcus Borg
    • "We Make the Road by Walking" by Brian McLaren
    • "Kissing Fish" by Roger Wolsey
    • "Patrix" by Nadia Bolz-Weber
    • "Celebration of Discipline" by Richard Foster
    • "Streams of Living Water" by Richard Foster
    • "Prayer" by Philip Yancey
    • "Disappointment with God" by Philip Yancey
    • "Wounded Healer" by Henri Nouwen
    • "Life of the Beloved" by Henri Nouwen
    • "Making Sense of the Bible" by Adam Hamilton
    • "Our Strangely Warmed Hearts: Coming Out into God's Call" by Karen Oliveto
    • "The Cross and the Lynching Tree" by James Cone

Associate Pastor, Youth & Young Adults

Jay Williams

Jay is a passionate and tireless 22-year-old advocate. A senior religion major and cheerleader at Oklahoma City University, a pastor in the methodist faith, and the newly appointed adoptive parent of his twin nephews Anthony and Andre; Jay has dedicated his life to serving.


Jay is a steadfast example of organizing for lasting structural change from within. He is a voice for centering LGBTQ equality in a faith that too often abandons LGBTQ people and an advocate for racial justice in a community that too often fails to uplift people of color. Because of his advocacy, Jay has been recognized as the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health 2019 Rising Star and Freedom Oklahoma’s 2019 Horizon Award recipient.


Jay is native to Wewoka, Oklahoma where he encountered the United Methodist Church and first explored God’s call to ordained ministry while a middle schooler at an United Methodist camp. Since—Jay has gone on to represented young people across Oklahoma on the conference, jurisdictional, and global level of our Church. After graduating undergrad, Jay hopes to attend seminary and further advocate for justice in the church and in the world.

Children's Ministry Director

Addison Saviers

Addison is a Religious Education Major at Oklahoma City University with focuses on Interfaith Studies and Early Childhood Education, and has been serving at Mosaic since January 2018. She is passionate about diversity, inclusion, and well-educated Christian education and theology. Addison plans to attain a Master’s Degree after graduating from OCU to better educate and serve the United Methodist Church in any way, shape, or form. Addison’s duties at Mosaic include taking wonderful care of your kiddos, providing them with sound Christian education, and providing interactive opportunities for growth through focusing on justice, compassion, and faith. Addison loves Mosaic’s wonderfully diverse and outspoken community and is dedicated to educating our children in the same light.

Choir Director

Gwenda Sharp


Kay Griffin


Anna-Faye Rose

Band Leader

Jerry Griffin

Sound Tech

Jeff Stanford

Tech Ministry

Rex Oates

Tech Ministry

Natalie Oates

Office Assistant

Carl Friend

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