Rev. Tracy Siegman
Pastor Tracy is working to strengthen the church’s relationships with their neighbors and forming new partnerships as it seeks to be an integral part of the community. Pastor T grew up in Northeast Ohio. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Management from Walsh University in Canton, Ohio and a Master of Divinity degree from Lexington Theological Seminary. She is currently working toward a Doctor of Ministry degree. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Love Must Win as the Director of Addiction Services for G.L.A.S.T. She has a passion for outreach ministry and advocacy for social justice.
Rev. Sheri Jackson
Sheri is a lifelong member of First Christian Church and celebrates the many ways God’s Spirit has worked through this community over the years. She was commissioned as a minister in 2018 and is continuing her studies at Lexington Theological Seminary. Sheri hopes of being ordained in the next few years. In her down time, Sheri enjoys reading, gardening and golfing.
Rev. Dave Ellis
Dave was born in Louisville, KY to parents who were both members of the Disciples of Christ. His Dad’s family were longtime Disciples. Dave received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies from Kentucky Christian University. He later received Dual Master’s Degrees from Webster University in Business Management and Human Resource Training and Development. David did his theological training at Louisville Seminary, University of The South School of Theology and Lexington Seminary. Dave lives with his spouse, William West, who sings in the choir at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church.
Sarah is a lifetime member of the church. She has served as the nursery coordinator for 7 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Development. Sarah enjoys working in our recently updated nursery. When Sarah isn’t in the nursery, she co-coordinates the Outreach Team. Sarah is an avid couponer and pays it forward with her savings. She has helped fulfill the wishes from Welcome House, Women’s Crisis Center and Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky in a unique way.