Rev. Sarah Gibb Millspaugh joined the Pacific Western Region's Congregational Life staff in July 2016. She serves as the Primary Contact for congregations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Southern Nevada, and New Mexico. Sarah works with all PWR congregations as a specialist in conflict transformation, professional boundaries and misconduct, and COVID-19 response. Additionally she serves on a national team that is creating and curating resources for anti-racist/anti-oppressive/multicultural transformation in our congregations.
In addition to extensive experience resourcing our congregations for effective outreach, worship, and faith development, she has served as co-minister of the Winchester (Massachusetts) Unitarian Society, affiliated community minister of the Tapestry UU Congregation in Orange County, California, and instructor of a seminary course on faith formation for all ages. She is the author of Coming of Age Handbook for Congregations, co-author of Our Whole Lives: Sexuality Education for Young Adults (ages 18-35), editor of many Tapestry of Faith adult programs, and author of other resources available from the UUA Bookstore. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, Sarah has previously served the UUA as Outreach Associate for Digital Ministries, Adult Programs Director, Outreach Coordinator for Our Whole Lives, and Youth Programs Specialist.