Staff

The Reverend Elaine Storm, Rector

estorm@mosaicpgh.org


IMG_2287Elaine is the Pastor of Mosaic. She and her husband, Nick, have four adult children (three daughters and a son) and their extended family continues to grow. She was born and raised in the Pittsburgh area and loves people (almost as much as she loves Jesus).  She and Nick met while they were working together in the restaurant business during their college years.  Both met the Lord as part of their pre-marriage process at a local church.  Truly a fairy tale love story. 

She is a graduate of Geneva College with a Bachelors in Community Ministry degree and earned her Master of Divinity degree from Trinity School for Ministry. Prior to planting Mosaic Anglican Church, she was the Associate Rector at St. Philip’s Church located in Moon Township PA.  She has been an ordained priest since 2006 but has over thirty years of ministry experience, including leading: Small Groups, ALPHA, MOPs, student’s ministries and children’s ministries.  The local church is where her life was changed over thirty years ago.  It is where she believes people will receive hope and encouragement, and ultimately will be empowered by the Holy Spirit to make a difference in the world. 

Elaine and Nick love walking, hiking and biking together.  They also enjoy cooking and spending time with family, friends and neighbors.  They have two grandchildren who live in Alaska, so the great white north is their usual vacation spot.  They live in Oakdale.

 

Timothy Guiliani, Family Life Ministry

familylife@mosaicpgh.org

Tim_Healing Service SuicideTim leads the Family Life Ministry at Mosaic. Tim and his wife Shay are from Western Pennsylvania and have been a part of Mosaic since its' inception.  They made Mosaic their home church shortly after they were married.  They have been an integral part of Mosaic’s ministry ever since.  They also have two young sons, who keep them running, so Tim knows the demands on young families and has designed the ministry to come alongside the whole family.

Tim has a degree in business administration and works as an Accounting Associate at Action Supply Products, a safety equipment supplier; but his passion is working with students and young families.  He has served in ministry with students for more than a decade

His vision for the ministry encompasses children from birth to young adults. In addition to Mosaic’s dynamic Kidz Crossing Ministry on Sunday mornings, the Family Life Ministry offers resources for use during the rest of the week to aid parents in raising kids in a healthy Christ-centered home.  

If you happen to be visiting Mosaic and see a “superhero” or character straight out of the Bible (picture Pharaoh), you may very well have met Tim!  You may also see him on the ball field, basketball court or bowling alley.  The Guiliani family currently lives in Center Township.

 

Danielle Iman, Director of Missions & Outreach 

storm.danielle@gmail.com

20200804_113444As the Director of Missions and Outreach, Danielle and her team create bridges between Mosaic and our community. Following Jesus’ example, they respond to local, regional, and international needs in a way that meets people right where they are.  She was part of Mosaic from the beginning and met her husband Tim Iman while Mosaic was a church plant.  In the first year, Mosaic’s leaders would visit local churches and plants to get ideas as to how to transform various spaces for worship.  Tim was leading worship at one of the local churches and the rest is history.

Danielle has a degree in diplomacy and international relations from Seton Hall University and her law degree from The University of Pittsburgh School of Law. As an attorney, she works for Kids Voice and represents children in the dependency system. 

Danielle went on her first international mission trip at the age of 10 and met the Lord in a powerful way.  In addition to local missions, she has served in such diverse places as:  Trinidad, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and South Sudan.  She strongly believes that the local church is intended to reflect God’s hope to the world.  As Mosaic lives into this calling, God will change families, communities and the world.  Danielle and Tim have a powerful ministry through music. When they’re not at church, they can be found hanging out with friends, cooking, or enjoying God’s creation hiking, kayaking, or biking. 

 

VACANT, WORSHIP SERVICE PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR

The Worship Service Programming Director at Mosaic plans and prepares the music and media content for Mosaic’s worship services, including leading and directing our worship team. 

Tim Iman was the former Worship Service Programming Director but is also the founder and executive director of Crop and Kettle, a farm-to-table non-profit organization that offers life skills and culinary arts training to marginalized people groups.  Tim resigned from his position at Mosaic after Easter 2020 so that he could focus on Crop and Kettle.  The good news is that he and his wife Danielle, will continue to call Mosaic home and will continue to volunteer on the worship team.  Crop and Kettle is one of Mosaic’s ministry partners:  http://www.cropandkettle.org/

Praying for our new Worship leader!

 

Kathy Boischel, Sexton

In her role as Mosaic’s Sexton, Kathy keeps Mosaic clean and sparkling.  Originally from St. Louis Missouri, Kathy has called Pittsburgh home for over 30 years.  She has 3 adult children (two sons and a daughter).  She also has her furry daughter, Sandy, who is a beautiful Cavalier Spaniel, and her constant companion. 

Kathy came to Mosaic through the invitation of a friend and met Jesus as her Lord and Savior.  She was so overjoyed that she asked Elaine if she could serve Mosaic by taking care of all the cleaning duties.  Elaine agreed and she became part of the staff.  Kathy also works for Manor Care Health Services. 

Kathy has a true servant’s heart and you will see her smiling face Sunday mornings and at many of Mosaic’s outreach events.  When she’s not serving others, you might find her working in her beautiful flower garden. 

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