Our talented staff invest their skills and experience to support our congregation’s ministries. Have a question or a need? These caring and compassionate folks are here to help.
Part-Time Supply Pastor
Susan Alloway is our new Part-Time Supply Pastor, working with the Congregational Care team, Parish Life Team and Adult Ed Ministry Teams. She, along with Rev. Christina, are listening and discerning together this congregation’s staffing needs – equipping you for your ministries!
Ministry Coordinator/Business Manager
Tege Phillips brings past work experience in banking and social service to her expert management of the church office. When she moved into the Rogue Valley years ago from Lakeview, Oregon, she found a home in this warm and creative congregation. Tege has two grown sons, Sean and Chris.
Adam Kukuk is a musician, composer and workshop facilitator. From organ and piano to choirs and drum groups, Adam has meaningfully incorporated music ranging from J.S. Bach to Tracy Chapman in worship, always striving to help congregations discover their resources and deepen their experience of God. Whether leading a cappella call-and-response refrains, Renaissance motets, children’s bells, homemade percussion orchestras, contemporary praise music, or rousing Evangelical organ hymns, he loves helping people worship.
Kaylan Wilson is a Southern Oregon native and lover of nature. When not fostering the creativity and spiritual growth of youth she can be found hiking in the woods or whitewater rafting.
Sabrina (Chiu-Mei) Shih
Sabrina is from Taiwan and came to Ashland in 2001. She connects easily with children and loves providing nursery and childcare for the church.
Don & Teri Wilson
Teri and Don have been a part of UCC Ashland since before 2007. Their career paths, and family parenting skills, converge as assets in their work here as Sextons since late 2018. They keep the facility sparkling with their organizational and handy skills. Married for forty-three years, they’ve raised five children, run an in-home childcare business and served as foster parents to more than seventy-five children. Don is retired from the US Navy.