Sarah came to Wellesley College in the fall of 2014. She serves as the Protestant Chaplain to the students, staff and faculty of the college and enjoys in engaging in the diversity of protestant life and expression.
Sarah, a cradle Episcopalian, grew up in both Rhode Island and Vermont. She holds a Master’s Degree in Theology from Oxford University and an additional Master’s Degree in New Testament Biblical Studies from King’s College, London. In additional to her role at Wellesley College, she serves as Rector of Saint Michael’s Episcopal Church in Holliston, MA.
Her start in chaplaincy began as a school chaplain at King’s College School, a boys’ independent day school in Wimbledon, England where she taught, coached rugby, and ministered to a multi-faith student body and staff. She has also served in three parishes over the past two decades both in London, England and more recently in Peterborough, NH.
Sarah is a mother of a college aged son and a high school aged daughter. She lives locally with her husband, children (when home), and two dogs, in Wellesley. Sarah is an avid Boston sports fan, a voracious reader, and enjoys hiking and biking and all things outdoors. She also loves cooking and prepares a homemade meal each Wednesday night for the Protestant Fellowship gathering, Sophia’s Table.