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A Mosaic of Efforts
If you are interested in serving short- or long-term, we'd love to connect with you! If you have a heart for teaching, management, climbing, or anything in between, you could be an invaluable addition to the Mozaik team.
Who is behind Mozaik?James and Renata Bultema have lived in Turkey for 30 years and were largely behind the opening of the St. Paul Cultural Center in 1999. Of course, they aren't doing this alone: they have an indispensable team of co-workers and people worldwide who are investing in Mozaik for the good of Antalya and the glory of God.
How is Mozaik connected to St. Paul Cultural Center in Antalya?SPCC and Mozaik are owned and operated by the same parent company, but each facility is operated by a different local company. Both cultural centers facilitate the fulfillment of the same vision, mission, and goals. However, each facility offers distinct and unique activities.
Why does Antalya need another cultural center?The city of Antalya has grown from roughly 400,000 to 1.6 million residents since the St. Paul Cultural Center was first established in 1999. We want to expand the impact of SPCC by serving a whole new area of of Antalya. This new cultural center will further enrich Antalya, host thousands of visitors and customers, fuel the work with increased profits, and accelerate the fulfillment of the vision and mission!
How can I get involved?We're glad you asked! You can get involved by praying, giving, or serving! Check out some of our opportunities here. If you have any other ideas, please leave a message and we'll be in touch!
How can I donate?To help us reach our goal, you can donate through PayPal or check. We're putting the final touches on the building and we need your help getting it to its full potential! The remaining amount needed will go to finishing the outdoor climbing wall, indoor bouldering area, children's play corner, and Berry Bar. Click here for more information.
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