MEET OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM
SACCC is led by a Leadership Team. They are the governing board of the church.
Church Chair, Children's Ministry Coordinator
I was born in Arkansas but have lived in 4 states, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Nevada and California. I was raised in a Baptist and then Assembly of God Church that was really Pentecostal, so I am sorta of Bapticostal. When I was a child my Dad felt led to ministry. So he preached and we sang. (we can not sing)
I have been attending SACCC since I married Daryl Giannini in 1987. It was the church he was raised in. We have two daughters Anna-Lisa and Rosemary. Anna-Lisa and Scott have two children, and dairy farm in Nevada. Rosie is an Ag teacher at Calaveras High School and lives on the family ranch. I have taught Sunday School since 1994. I have been the Director of Children's ministries since 2010. I love church, everything about it and I love kids. My favorite event is Vacation Bible School.
Daryl passed away in 2021. I live on the Ranch that has been in his family since 1903. I am the CEO at the Calaveras County Fairgrounds. In my spare time I like to spend time with my family and on the Ranch.
Vice Chairmen, Facility Maintenance
How long have you attended San Andreas Community Covenant Church?
Where were you born?
Where did you attend High School?
Tell us about your family?
I am married to my wife Lynette and we have a son Justin and daughter in law, Alex.
What is your profession?
What do you like best about SACCC?
What do you like to do in your off time?
What is your go to bible verse?
I read the bible in the mornings, each day something different speaks to me. My favorite verse is different all the time.
Where did you grow up?
I grew up in Seattle and moved to San Andreas when I was 15.
2. What is your profession?
I am a supervisor with the Department of Child Support. We collect and distribute child
support to families.
3. What is your husband’s name?
My husband is Brad and we will be married 30 years on 5/3/21.
4. Where do you live?
We live in San Andreas
5. How many kids do you have? Grandkids?
I have four children, 3 daughters and a son who are all grown. I have 3 granddaughters,
Addison, Cecilia and Maggie.
6. How long have you been attending SACCC?
I have attended SACCC off and on since I was 15. I left when I was 18 to go to college
and returned when I was 26.
7. What is your favorite thing about SACCC?
My favorite thing about SACCC has always been the people and the love and support
they provide to each other and our community.
8. Where is your favorite place to go?
My favorite place to go is either our back deck at home which overlooks a creek or our
cabin in the mountains.
9. What do you do in your downtime?
When I have downtime, I like to spend it with my husband, children and grandchildren.
10. If you had to pick a “Life Verse” what would it be?
My favorite life verse has always been Jeremiah 29:11 - For I know the plans I have
for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to
give you hope and a future.
Sunday Experience, Youth Ministry
I am Joan Griffith, I’m on the leadership team. I’m over the Sunday Experience. I have been blessed to be the mother of three beautiful daughters Angella(RIP), Aleena, and Andrea. Five grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Two bonus, children from my marrage to Walter Rhonda and Walter111
I'm retired from CCFCU after 20+ years. I'm also a retired
licensed Child Provider.
My husband is Walter Griffith we have been married 20+ years. Combined we have five children, nine grandchiden and four great grandchildren. We ive in San Andreas.
Church is one of my favorite places to spend time in worship and felowship with others.
I enjoy family time. To watch the grandchild grow and than the great grands gives my heart so much joy. I am a very blessed woman of God. My special time with my husband is when we are on a cruise.
My life verse is Psalms 118:24
My name is Danielle Reeder. I have been an active member of SACCC for just about as long as I can remember. I became a member a couple years ago after having moved back from Colorado. My husband Carson and I have two spirited little girls, Addison and Maggie. God has always put missionary work on my heart. Between high school and my first year of college I went down to Mexico for mission work six times. While our church no longer has the same connections in Mexico that it had when I was younger, I am still looking forward to finding ways to spread God’s love both locally and internationally.