Rev. Sarah Skochko

Rev. Sarah was called as Wildflower's settled minister in May 2020, following the developmental ministry of Rev. Brian Ferguson. She graduated from Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago, and has an MFA in poetry from the University of Oregon. Rev. Sarah did her ministerial internship at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Eugene, Oregon, before serving as their Coordinator of Outreach and Engagement. She is passionate about liberation, and creating vibrant, loving, supportive communities, and is thrilled to serve Wildflower.
10/04/2020
St. Francis of Assisi is the patron saint of animals, and in honor of his feast day, we will be talking about our relationship with our fellow creatures. If you…
09/27/2020
This Sunday we will celebrate the 250th anniversary of our "Universalist Miracle," the landing of John Murray in America with the message of universal salvation. Plus, we'll talk about our…
09/13/2020
In this annual service, we come together to celebrate the start of the new "Church Year" by performing a water blessing. If you're able, please have a container of water…
09/06/2020
On the occasion of Labor Day, we'll consider how our labor (whether paid or unpaid) shapes who are and how we see the world - and how our religious values…
08/30/2020
What counts as a miracle? Can miracles be real, even if we don't believe in the supernatural? In this service of deep sharing, Wildflowers will tell their stories of times…
08/23/2020
Join us for our Sunday service at 11:30am, on Zoom.
08/16/2020
11:30am On ZoomFeeling connected to other people is a crucial part of emotional and spiritual wellness - but in these unusual times, it is so easy to feel disconnected and…
05/03/2020
In this service, we will explore what "faith" might mean to Unitarian Universalists. Is faith something we can have even if we’re pagan or atheist? And how might our understanding…
04/26/2020
11:30am on Zoom Throughout our lives, we build up tools for coping in times of crisis or emergency - and some of these tools wind up serving us better than…