Staff

Rev. Tracy Siegman, Pastor

Pastor Tracy began ministry with us on May 1st 2017. Tracy is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).   She believes we are all given gifts of the Spirit at our baptism.  Her spiritual gift is to be set aside for full-time vocational ministry. She has the joy of being Christ’s ambassador for the Church sharing the love and mercy of Christ with the gracious support of a local congregation. She loves the work she is called to do.

Tracy grew up in Northeast Ohio. she is a Graduate of Walsh College in Canton, Ohio with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Management, Lexington Theological Seminary in Lexington, Kentucky with a Master of Divinity Degree.

Previously Pastor Tracy has served as Pastor of First Christian Church(Disciples of Christ) in Bethany, Illinois, and Associate Pastor of Union Avenue Christian Church(Disciples of Christ) in Litchfield, Illinois. She likes cooking, chocolate, shoes, and reading. Oh, and lots and lots of coffee. She can often be found working in the chapel at St. Arbucks. She likes her chocolate dark and her coffee hot and black, unless its a Holiday Spice Flat White!

Rachel Eve Davis, Music Director

Rachel Eve DavisRachel Eve G. Davis joined First Christian Church as Music Director in 2014, having previously served the church as Chancel Choir Accompanist in 2010.  She works closely with Pator Tracy and the A/V Team to bring many forms of music into worship, and directs FCC’s adult and youth choirs.  Rachel Eve loves the energy, smiles, and compassion of FCC’s congregation.

Rachel Eve was born and raised in Middletown, Ohio. She studied piano both locally and at the College-Conservatory of Music, and studied the pipe organ after being granted the Clem Burton Scholarship for Organ Studies. Rachel Eve earned a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from Vanderbilt University, majoring in European Studies, Russian Language, and Music.  In 2011, she completed a Master of Arts in Human Rights at University College London.

Rachel Eve lives in Dayton with her husband Rob, and has some plants, which are mostly alive.  She has a passion for human rights and social justice; and also enjoys baking, board games, chocolate, and vegetables.

Contact Rachel Eve Davis at redavis@fcc-middletown.org