Rev. Sarah Heath is an ordained United Methodist clergywoman. Sarah is originally from Canada, but after spending some time in the Southeast of the United States, she currently calls California her home base. Sarah attended the University of Southern Mississippi completing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Biology. She went on to attend Duke University where she received a Master of Divinity. After graduation Sarah was ordained in the United Methodist tradition as an Elder. She served in full time ministry for 16 years, most recently as the lead pastor of a church restart where she helped revitalize a 100-year old congregation. Her passion is transforming spaces, both literally (through restoration and design), and figuratively (through community connection), for people to experience transformational belonging.
All of Sarah’s work whether rebuilding, designing, coaching, or speaking at events, has the intention of “Making Space” for deep transformation. She is the host and creator of “Sonderlust the podcast,” the “Making Spaces” podcast, and co-host of “Your Favorite Aunts” podcast. Sarah is also the author of two books -- What's Your Story? and The Authenticity Challenge. Her current design and restoration project is a 1973 Airstream that she lovingly calls “Gidget.” Sarah is transforming Gidget into a travel trailer/podcast studio with plans to take her on the road and capture the stories of some of the places and communities that are Making Space in helpful ways for those on the margins.