Office Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday by appointment
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Office Hours: Tues. to Fri., 10:00 – 4:00
Bookkeeper hours:  Mondays by appt.
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Curran Reichert received her M.Div. from Pacific School of Religion, her training in Spiritual Direction from San Francisco Theological Seminary, and her D.Min. in New Church Development from Chicago Theological Seminary. After serving churches in the east and Midwest, she returned home to California to serve at CCC. In addition to her inspiring leadership as minister of CCC, Curran spreads the good news of God’s love for all people through her amazing vocal talent. Her most recent recording was a benefit album celebrating the work and ministry of the Rev. Dr. Jane Adams Spahr called “Draw the Circle Wide”. Curran lives in Albany with her magnificent partner of over a decade Rev. Katie Morrison and their beautiful daughter, Ellis Jane.

Joanne Lefferts is CCC’s office manager and bookkeeper. Joanne feels a connection to her work at CCC that makes her a truly valuable asset. She insures that all aspects of our administration are welcoming and spirit led. Now that her two sons are grown, Joanne makes her home in San Rafael. back to top

Scott DeTurk, our gifted musical director, graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a Bachelor of Music in composition. He is in his twentieth year with CCC, and we feel extremely blessed to have him in our midst. Scott has worked extensively in theater, film, television and recording, as a composer, arranger, orchestrator and musical director. He has nine published musicals, and is currently writing a new musical for the Berkeley Playhouse. Scott has also worked as a writer and composer for numerous commercial clients. He and his very talented wife Kristine run a performing arts program,, and make their home in San Rafael. back to top

Emily Labrecque, our student minister, comes to us from Battle Creek, MI. Having discerned a call to ministry in high school, she attended UCC-affiliated Elmhurst College where she studied History, Theology, and Intercultural Studies. Between college and seminary, she worked with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps serving at My Friend’s Place, a drop-in center for homeless youth in Los Angeles. Emily is currently a third year student at Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley. She loves running, chai lattes, and interacting with people.