Sarah Horton-Campbell is the founding pastor of Common Life Church & Farm. In her ministry, she seeks to connect people to practices of justice and community that dismantle destructive systems and participate in co-creating God's healing and wholeness for society and creation.
Sarah became passionate about environmental stewardship as a child exploring the beaches, estuaries, and Everglades of south Florida. This passion for earth care led her to learn about how healthy food systems can have a huge positive impact on human and non-human creation.
Sarah has been on a journey of becoming an anti-racist ally for over 10 years. Dismantling racism and participating in an empowered, diverse and inclusive community are vital to her life and work.
Sarah holds a Masters of Divinity degree from Duke Divinity School and a Masters of Social Work degree from UNC-Chapel Hill. She lives with her husband Josh and daughter Nyx in a yurt on Dinner Bell Farm, a sustainable produce, egg, and pork farm owned and operated with her parents, John and Stephanie Campbell.
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Pilgrim United Church of Christ in Durham, NC is serving as the fiduciary sponsor of Common Life Church & Farm until it becomes an independent church.