Sarah Klinger Osborne

Sarah, a white woman with long blond hair, wears a dark pink T-shirt, a blue scarf, and a chalice necklace.

Rev. Sarah Osborne (she/her) is the part-time minister for Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Oxford, MS, and the part-time Director of Religious Exploration for Neshoba Church in Cordova, TN. She is a member of the collaborative design team for Beloved Conversations- Within: Unlearning/Learning for Liberation with the Fahs Collaborative at Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago, IL. She is also a Good Officer for the Liberal Religious Educators Association and an Our Whole Lives facilitator. Theologically, Sarah believes in the grace of Love that holds us all. She believes in the power of mirth and reverence. She finds inspiration in the rhythms of nature and in the good storytelling of spiritual traditions from around the world. She’s a ritual artist, experience designer, pastor, preacher, teacher, and priestess. She has a passion for creating rites of passage and facilitating meaning making experiences. She earned her MDiv from Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago and holds a B.S. in Education from Auburn University Montgomery. In her free time, Sarah loves to travel, do water aerobics, attend sound bath meditations, and read lots of books. Rev. Sarah lives in Bartlett, TN with her husband, children, and puppy.

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What “toast, boast, and oath” might you offer this January?

Reflection | By Sarah Klinger Osborne | January 3, 2024 | From Braver/Wiser
Tagged as: Beginnings, Choice, Contemplation, Integrity, New Year, Searching, Self-Care, Self-Respect, Worship

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