Adriel Saville Morgan serves as one of the teaching pastors at Mosaic and is on the Mosaic Leadership Team.  He has previously served as an associate minister with multiple congregations in Kalamazoo and Allegan.  In 2010, he completed his Master of Divinity in Pastoral Studies from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary where he was also awarded the Strauss Expository Preaching Award.  His verse to live by is: “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.”-Ecclesiastes 9:10 and you’ll certainly see him exemplify that when he teaches and preaches!  Adriel also teaches Spanish and coaches track and field.  He resides in Grandville with his exchange student son Toño and rabbit Beamon.

Hannah Kiemel is Mosaic’s Volunteer Director. You can find her running around church on Sunday mornings ensuring everything is organized and in its place. Hannah grew up in the church and has spent many years volunteering for children’s ministry, guiding high schoolers through youth group, and leading women’s bible studies. She enjoys seeing how God works in peoples lives at any stage. When she is not working with her interior design clients, she loves exploring cities with her husband, baking or cooking in the kitchen, spending time with family and getting outside to play sports!

Joel Strickland serves as Mosaic’s Finance Director and is on the Mosaic Leadership Team. He graduated from Cornerstone University and has over 12 years of ministry experience as a pastor. In his 12 years Joel has run a student ministry, overseen a campus, and finished his time as an executive pastor overseeing the growth of the staff at a 4-campus multi-site church. Currently Joel is a sales manager at an IT company in Grand Rapids where he and his wife Crystal live. They have two boys and enjoy spending their time on the lake in the summer and going anywhere warm in the winter!

LaRonda Hanson serves as the Worship Leader for Mosaic Church. She has been singing most of her life! LaRonda began singing in the church choir at Queen Esther Baptist Church in Muskegon at the age of 7. She soon realized that God had anointed her to sing praises unto the Lord, and worship became an integral part of her existence. LaRonda has many years of worship experience. She was one of the founding members of Muskegon’s “Young Ambassadors For Christ,” an energetic youth choir. She has also been a member of many praise teams and choirs including: The Great Lakes Michigan Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America, the Holy Trinity COGIC praise team, a select group that traveled with the Jurisdictional Bishop, Nathaniel W. Wells Jr., singing around the country for many years. She is also a member of the community choir “Brandon Davis & Victory in Praise” that recorded their first album in 2016, and most recently, the Kingdom Embassy Praise Team (KEPT). When LaRonda isn’t singing, she enjoys crafting, cooking/baking, fishing, gardening, spending time at the beach, shopping, and traveling with her two children. Her favorite scripture is Psalm 37:4: “Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart.”

Lucero Solis is on the Mosaic Leadership Team. From Lucero: I graduated from Cornerstone University in 2019 and have been teaching Math and Science at the Potter’s House High School since then. Growing up as a pastor’s kid in Mexico, the church was my life. I witnessed firsthand the impact that true and intentional relationships in the church can have in the greater community of a city. Since moving to the United States at the age of 14, I have come to see a need for multi-ethnic church communities that focus on racial reconciliation and that seek transformation. Over the last five years, I have had the opportunity to serve as a youth group leader as well as small group leader. I love to spend time in community with people and be a part of each other’s life journeys. Lately, I have found a lot of peace and strength in spending time in nature exploring the Creator side of God. I have also loved building relationships with students and adults that share different experiences than mine. It is great to see the ways that God has worked in each of our lives and how He is molding us to continue building His kingdom here.

Noah Filipiak is Mosaic’s founding pastor, serves as one of the teaching pastors, and is on the Leadership Team. He has 17 years of pastoral experience, most with Crossroads Church in Lansing, MI, which Noah planted and pastored for 13 years and has a great relationship with. Noah is the founder of New Humanity, a multi-ethnic church planting network that focuses on urban community development. He is a graduate of Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. He enjoys writing and is the author of Beyond the Battle: A man’s guide to his identity in Christ in an oversexualized world, blogs at noahfilipiak.com, and hosts The Flip Side Podcast. He enjoys running, board games, and hanging out with his wife Jen and their three daughters.

Victoria Gibbs is Mosaic’s Director of Christian Antiracism (click here to read our ebook on Christian Antiracism) and serves on the Leadership Team. From Victoria: I began asking God about my peculiar journey involving issues of “race” many years ago as I became the first African American to graduate from an all-white junior high school in 1965. I then went on to be the second African American to graduate from an all-white Christian high school in 1970. I went on to Michigan State and joined the Black Greek letter organization Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and became the chapter president. I needed to see another side so I left Michigan and moved to Los Angeles, where I married a man from Compton, CA, which at that point was predominantly Black.

I moved back to Grand Rapids and began to work for the Christian Reformed Church, first as a bridge to the African American community as Community Outreach Worker and then for the denominational headquarters as their AA Small group ministry developer (That’s what my business card said). While I worked for the denomination, I was introduced to an analysis that was to assist the denomination in becoming anti-racist. This was in 1999. I have since been on a journey to understand racism. In light of my many firsts e.g. one of the first women to become an elder and delegate to synod and chair of council, I’ve been given some very unique opportunities to study institutional racism.

My call from God is clear at this point of my journey. I take seriously this call and want to share my insights with whomever he sends my way. Currently I am the lead coach for CORE, Communities Organizing for Racial Equity. I am also a facilitator in the workshops. I am one of the founding members of this organization, formerly named CORR (Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation), founded in 2003. 

I have 5 children, 13 grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild.

I love working with my plants and watching them grow. I am a pretty good photographer and have quite a collection of pictures of mushrooms!