Reverend Tiffany Curtis is trained as a clinical chaplain and spiritual director, and has worked extensively as a community organizer and in prisons. She has ongoing commitments to grassroots community work in the U.S., Ecuador, and Honduras. Tiffany grew up in Los Angeles in a bilingual family and in an immigrant congregation. In addition to her role with the church, Tiffany is also the co-founder and organizer of the Santa Fe Faith Network for Immigrant Justice. Tiffany holds a B.A. from Chapman University in Peace Studies and Latin American Studies and an M.Div. from Harvard University. Tiffany hopes to facilitate courageous, sacred spaces of communal healing through contemplation and action. Tiffany is nourished by a committed yoga practice, quality time with loved ones, and hiking in the Sangre de Cristo mountains.
Mitchell Gustin is a pianist, composer, performing artist, and music educator. His background includes musical education with children, multimedia production, and teaching English in Korea. He has written an array of pieces for solo piano, chorus, string quartet, symphony orchestra, and electro-acoustic combinations. Mitchell holds a Bachelor of Music from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA, where he studied composition under the instruction of Janice Giteck. In his spare time, he enjoys time outdoors, yoga and tai chi, watercolor painting, practicing the piano, composing, and spending time with family. You can hear some of Mitchell’s music at mitchellgustin.wixsite.com/mitchellgustin.
Our Song Leader
Anita Hett joined the church in the 1980s, as a teenager, and has been active in the life of the congregation ever since, serving in various leadership roles over the years. She is currently co-moderator of the church. Anita comes from a musical family and has been singing her whole life. Recently, she has been singing with her dad, Ernesto Sanchez, at Rancho de Chimayo, as well as with the Santa Fe Women’s Ensemble. She has previously performed with the Chorus of Santa Fe (now the Santa Fe Symphony Chorus) and The Santa Fe Women’s Ensemble. In 2013, Anita toured Italy with the Santa Fe High School Community Choir and had the opportunity to sing a solo at the San Maria del Ricci Church in Venice. The experience was the fulfillment of a lifetime dream and Anita will remember it forever.