Coffee and Croissants


Mosaic is currently closed

A Bilton Evangelical Church Community Project Back in 2007, the members of Bilton Evangelical Church started to develop a vision for a coffee shop in Bilton village, a place where the community could meet in a relaxed, welcoming, and secure environment and enjoy a great quality cup of coffee. The vision grew to include the coffee shop as a launch pad for the church to run community based projects, providing the opportunity to understand and address the practical, emotional and spiritual needs within our community.

Why call it Mosaic? A mosaic is a beautiful picture made up of tiny individual fragments each with their own unique character and beauty. We, in the village of Bilton and the surrounding area are all unique individuals, created by an amazing God. He wants us to love Him and love each other, and together create a beautiful mosaic picture, a picture of a whole and complete community, with nothing broken. As Christians we believe that without God we are a bunch of broken people in a broken world but with God we can be made whole again and have the promise of a fulfilled life. So Mosaic is our prayer for the community.

what to expect

Our warm Mosaic welcome and our food and drinks are still delicious!


Our purpose to provide a relaxed, welcoming and secure environment hasn't changed at all, Mosaic is a place where you can enjoy a quality cup of coffee and some company! 

Making Coffee
Image by Jessica Lewis

Mosaic is staffed by Alina and Lisa along with a great team of fantastic volunteers! We hope you enjoy Mosaic and the coffee and food that we serve. If you would like to know more about Mosaic then please talk to our staff and volunteers or contact us by email at.


Chatty cafe scheme

Mosaic is proud to be part of the Chatty Cafe Scheme. Within our coffee shop we have a Chatter & Natter table, this is where customers can sit if they are happy to talk to other customers. It brings people together and everyone is invited!

When you are deciding where to sit, look for the Chatter & Natter table and sit there! Stay for five minutes while you have your drink or longer. It’s not about making friends, just having good old fashioned human interaction!
Here is a link to the scheme if you want  to find out more.

Image by Nathan Dumlao