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A fresh, new spirit calls First Presbyterian home

• Rev. Sarah Chivington-Buck expresses excitement and spiritual passion for her new role

 

Kathleen Lourde

Rev. Sarah Chivington-Buck is eager to take the reins at First Presbyterian Church in Alva. Here, she wears the green robe given to her by her own spiritual leader, with a colorful stole made by the wife of the pastor at the church she interned at last year.

After a year-long search for a new pastor, following Rev. Dr. Judye Pistole's retirement, First Presbyterian Church of Alva is welcoming its new spiritual leader – and she's new in more ways than one.

Rev. Sarah Chivington-Buck, 35, graduated from San Francisco Theological Seminary on May 20 and was ordained on June 18.

Despite a year-long internship at a California church, First Presbyterian will be her first time at the helm – although she's quick to make clear that Presbyterian churches are governed by a board of elders (called the Session) in collaboration with the pastor, and that...



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