So I wanted to run a somewhat delicate situation by ehell. I have unfortunately been having immense problems with a church secretary. The highlight was when some missing paperwork resulted in very nearly having to delay an important ritual - paperwork I had been given the impression was not required. Now, this in itself would have been bad, but her response was to essentially to outright state that I clearly wasn't serious about my faith and to strongly imply that the other person I had chosen to be involved - a very close friend - was no longer a practicing member at all, merely because he hadn't produced the appropriate paperwork yet. She also never allowed me to finish a sentence during the entire conversation, usually cutting me off after 2 or 3 words. I admittedly lost my temper at the end and indicated in a very ehell-unapproved manner that I wished to talk to someone else.
My issue is that I would at this point prefer to avoid working with her as much as possible. I don't trust her to not mess something else up by not listening (an ongoing problem) and I really am quite upset at what she said to me. I am not sure, however, how to indicate to her superiors that I would much prefer to work directly with them as far as it's possible. What's the polite way to indicate something like this?