Sarah Nolan / Minister for Stewardship
Originally from New Mexico and more recently from Ventura, CA, Sarah relocated to Richmond February of 2018. She is the co-founder and former Director of Programs and Community Partnerships at The Abundant Table, an Episcopal rooted non-profit farm and worshiping community. She serves on the Episcopal General Convention’s Task Force on Creation Care and Environmental Racism and is actively engaged in work and conversations around emergent ministries, organizational vitality and the intersection of food, faith and the environment.
Sarah received a degree in Theology and Philosophy from Azusa Pacific University and completed a MA in Ministry, Leadership and Service from Claremont School of Theology. When not at St. Paul’s Sarah can be found exploring the James River Park System, playing with her cat Cinder and learning about the ecological and cultural life of Virginia.
Sarah serves as the main contact for issues regarding giving, pledging, fund development and stewardship
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