Meet Our Staff

Rev. VictVictoria Freiheitoria Freiheit is our Associate for Senior Ministry.  Rev. Freiheit is a graduate of Lancaster Theological Seminary, an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, a past Moderator of the Southern Association of the Southern California Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ.  Her ministry is with senior in our congregation and she is a part of our Visitation Team. Her email is:




AmberAmber Ashford Ashford, Associate for Church Program DevelopmentAmber is new to our staff and brings a wealth of experience to her  position.  She works with members of the congregation to develop programs and works directly with our Children and Youth Ministry programs.  You can reach her through the church office at (619) 422-9263 or through her email:



jimdonahooJim Donahoo, Minister of Visitation. Pastor Jim is a long-time member of Community Congregational Church. He heads up our visitation team that calls on the homebound, those in the hospital or nursing homes, and other members of the congregation. Pastor Jim is also the first contact for those who wish to have a loved one or friend placed on our Prayer Chain. He is in the church office everyday and can be reached by calling (619) 422-9263



Lily KnoxLily Ramirez, Church Secretary. Lily is our part-time church secretary.  She stands ready to help our members and visitors to our Church Office.  Her email is:




 Pelito CapistranoPelito Capistrano, Building Maintenance. Pelito maintains all of the church properties. He does an exceptional job and is willing to help anyone with room setups and other building needs. He may be contacted through the church office at (619) 422-9263.





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