Amber SteeleAmber has lived all over the United States, as well as in the Philippines, as her father served in the US Air Force. After graduating from Grove City College with a degree in Elementary Education, she settled down in the Pittsburgh area and then found Christ Community Church in 2007. She joined our staff in 2010. She and her husband Greg have four children: Caleb, Megan, Micah and Caroline. Amber is delighted to serve in a role where she can support children, students, and families at CCCSH. (Email Amber)
Vision and Prayer for Christ Community Church: That we would be a community of people who seek God first, grow in our knowledge and love of Him, and share His love and grace with others.
Katherine Sikma WadsworthKatherine serves on our teaching staff. She is a graduate of Calvin University, where she studied communication, psychology, and gender, and she holds master’s degrees in higher education and leadership from Geneva College and Duquesne University. She is a leadership coach and an organizational development consultant, and the host of the podcast You Gotta Try This! Katherine is passionate about empowering others and helping them to understand their place in God’s Kingdom. She lives in Mt. Lebanon with her husband, David. 
Vision and Prayer for Christ Community Church: That we would dedicate ourselves to seek first the Kingdom of God, and that we would be the hands and feet of Christ in the world as He is making everything new.
Richie Reeder – Richie and his wife, Regan, have lived in the Pittsburgh area since 2007. He has an undergrad degree in Communications degree and earned his Master of Divinity degree in pastoral ministries from Rockbridge Seminary. The Reeders have two daughters, Alivia and Myka, and love spending time together as a family with their Goldendoodle, Lucy. Richie has taken on various roles in the Pittsburgh marketplace over the years, having served as an insurance broker, pastor, hospital chaplain and currently directs Pressing On, a non-profit that serves hospitalized families in crisis. He’s passionate about conversations surrounding faith and work, emotional health and the Enneagram. In his free time, he enjoys puzzles, collects bobbleheads, and is a big fan of the hit TV show, The Office. As a big sports fan, he can always be found watching Penn State or downtown at PNC Park with his girls cheering on the Pirates! Richie serves as part of our teaching team.
Vision for Christ Community Church: That we would always champion the value of vocation, continually commissioning people to live for Jesus where they live, work, learn, serve and play.
Terry Timm – Terry, who serves as lead pastor, was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and moved to Pittsburgh when he was in 4th grade. One of his favorite expressions is “dream venti” because he believes the best way to experience a rich and full life is to use our imagination to pursue God-sized dreams. With degrees from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and Northern Seminary, his background in the fields of music, education, theology and leadership fuels his passion of helping people become everything God intended, created, redeemed and gifted them to be. Terry is the author of “A Movable Feast: Worship for the Other Six Days” and does vocational and leadership coaching through his practice, The Ikon Project. He and his wife, Patty, have four adult children, four grandchildren, and Marty, the mountain dog. (Email Terry).
Vision and Prayer for Christ Community Church: That day by day we would grow in our love for God, for one another, and for our world.
Joe Veltri – Native of the South Hills of Pittsburgh. Part technical, part business, jack of all trades – master of none. Married to his partner in life and best friend, Margie. Joe serves our community of faith as worship facilitator. (Email Joe)
Vision and Prayer for Christ Community Church: A community where folks desire to be. A family where we all grow closer in our walk with our Lord. A place where in Christ, we share the hope, the grace, and life everlasting – with all God’s children.