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.

A Whole New World

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, April 11, as we wonder about what it means to … Continue reading A Whole New World