On the other side of Easter, the early Jesus movement sought to build a new world where “there was not a needy person among them,” and “everything was held in common.” How might this vision be manifested in our communities today? Join us on Sunday, … read more.
Speaker: Sarah Klockowski
Raised in Massachusetts, Sarah spent most of her life in a Pentecostal tradition, the Assemblies of God. After serving five years as a Bible teacher and youth pastor on the island of Saipan, Sarah began a years-long process of faith deconstruction. Seeking to rebuild her faith on a foundation of justice and liberation, she pursued and completed a Master of Divinity degree at Union Theological Seminary in New York. She now lives in Salem, MA and serves as Ministerial Intern at First Parish in Lincoln as she discerns a calling to ordained ministry.