The Rev. Sarah Segal McCaslin, MDiv, LMSW
I am an ordained minister and licensed social worker living and working in New York City.
I am a staff therapist at the Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute in New York City; you can find out more about my work here and here.
Perhaps my most ‘fun’ title is “Waffle Church Minister” at St. Lydia’s Church in Brooklyn; you can find out more here and here.
And, just to make sure that I’m never bored, I am a peripatetic preacher, workshop leader, consultant, and marriage officiant.
In 2006, I graduated with dual masters degrees from the Columbia University School of Social Work and Union Theological Seminary. In 2007, I was ordained by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) and served for seven years as the associate pastor of a large congregation in New York City.
Contact me at email@example.com
Hi Sarah – we share many connections down here in Atlanta but we’ve only met a time or two and long ago that was. I used to work at Central and know your mom well. We served together on the church’s CDC board. I’m certain we share a number of pastoral connections as well. I now do full-time environmental stewardship as my “validated” ministry in Presbytery of Greater ATL. Bede Campbell shared on fb your latest blog about the climate march. I’d love to share it through the Presbytery’s eco-circles (Earth Covenant Ministry) if you would grant such permission. I look forward to hearing from you and thanks for your thoughtful reflection on yesterday’s march. It pained me not to be there but I now am convinced I was well-represented by 350,000 of my closest friends, plus your family! peace, Kate McGregor Mosley firstname.lastname@example.org
I just read a post on your blog and I am feeling extremely thankful for the time I spent at Central, the youth in that particular time and place, their parents and all that I learned from that experience. Today, though, I was particularly thankful because it’s where I met you, it’s why I am your FB friend, and why your words and wisdom touched me so deeply this morning. Thank you, Sarah.
Ann, you were so crucial to my early spiritual formation and beginning vocational discernment. So, so crucial. I do hope our paths cross at some point in the near future.