Sunday Worship, 10 am

Bible Study, 9 am

Contact Us

Phone: (909) 622-1144

Fax: (909) 622-5771

Email: fcc@fccpomona.org

1751 N. Park Ave
Pomona, CA 91768

Office Hours
Monday: 9am – 2pm
Tuesday: 9am – 2pm
Wednesday: 9am-2pm
Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: 9am – 2pm

If you'd like to meet someone before you walk through that door the first time, just give us a call or send us an email.

We'll arrange for one or two of our members have coffee or something with you and give you a chance to get to know someone, so you won’t be by yourself for your first visit.

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Staff

Jeffrey Schindler, Music Director

Jeffrey Schindler studied harpsichord with Raymond Erickson and Albert Fuller, and organ with the late Calvin Hampton. He has appeared with the Bach Aria Group, Aston Magna, and with many East Coast orchestras and ensembles (including the New York Philharmonic) improvising from the basso continuo. He has accompanied and appeared with such luminaries of the early music world as Jaap Schroder, Richard Taruskin and the late Fortunato Arico.

On the conducting podium, Mr. Schindler continues an active concert and recording schedule while enjoying increasing demand in the world of contemporary commercial music. Recently completing his sixth year conducting the symphony orchestra at UC Santa Barbara, he has conducted symphony orchestras throughout the United States and Europe, and has served on the faculties of the Hartt School of Music, the Aaron Copland School of Music, the Southern Vermont Music Festival, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and the Conductors’ Institute in Hartford, Connecticut, and Varna, Bulgaria. Mr.

Schindler’s recording with the London Symphony Orchestra of music by contemporary Spanish composer Alfonso Romero was recently released in Europe, and he was featured in the PBS special Damian Live in Concert From Bucharest, performed in front of an audience of 70,000, currently available on DVD. Mr. Schindler also conducts and orchestrates for feature film, animation and prime time television. Among recent projects are orchestrations for the soon to be released feature film Superman Returns; conducting and orchestrating on WAVE jazz superstar David Benoit¹ newest album, Orchestral Stories; and conducting the score for the Academy Award winning March of the Penguins, currently enjoying success as one of the most popular documentaries of all time.

Virginia Galleano, Child Development Center Director

Virginia Galleano joined the staff of the Child Development Center as a toddler teacher in 1993.  She holds a degree in Early Childhood Education.  In 1995 Virginia began the staff position of Assistant Director, supervising staff, working with children and parents. In 2011 she came on board as our Director, and stays active in the child care community. Her enthusiastic presence helps her keep up with the children and helps create a warm learning environment.