committed to cultivating leadership and creating better systems. 

Sarah Stonesifer

Executive Council

I am a nominee for Executive Council as part of The Episcopal Church's General Convention 2018. I am ready to serve in this role as the Church envisions its future and how to craft 21st century disciples and faith leaders. You might be asking yourself why a 31-year old wants to undertake a 6-year commitment.

I believe in the vitality of the Episcopal Church and its values of diversity, inclusion and spreading God's message to the world. With my background in education and experience with digital media for ministry,  I am uniquely qualified to be a part of the conversation, to create connections and form leaders as we enter into #wayoflove.  

I'm ready. Are you?


What I Do

A life-long connector and helper, known for sharing information and making lives better through technology. Dedicated to cultivating leadership within the best systems.



Digital Missioner
Virginia Theological Seminary
July 2016 to present

Middle & High School Librarian
St. Andrew's Episcopal School
Aug 2012 to Aug 2016

Connelly School of the Holy Child
Aug 2010 to Aug 2012

Freelance Yoga Teacher
May 2015 to present




Master of Library Science
University of Maryland, College Park
August 2011

B.A. Art History & Cinema Studies
University of Maryland, College Park
August 2008


Other Activities

Panera Program Volunteer
Strawbridge Community Center    
June 2017 to present

Sacramentum host
Spring 2018

Standing Committee
Diocese of Washington  

Sunday School Teacher
St. Luke's Episcopal

Summer 2012-2013

Committee on Youth, advisor
Diocese of Washington


Selected Presentations, Workshops, Writing

-Wisdom from the Fields webinar host and presenter, 2016 to present

-eFormation Digital Media for Ministry convener, coordinator and presenter, 2016 to present

-Communication as Formation: Getting Formation Leaders to Communicate and Communications Leaders to Form, Episcopal Communicators 2018

-Co-wrote "Google, Shoes, and Inquiry: How a 21st Century Mind Researches", published in Think Differently and Deeply journal:




Sarah discovered yoga and fell in love with the mindful movements amid a busy life. On the mat, you will be taken through a flowing practice grounded in sequencing, breath, and fun! Classes are intermingled with humor while creating space for exploration and joy. In 2015, She completed her 200 hour training at the Anthony Bowen YMCA in DC and her 20-hour YoKid certification.  After leaving class, Sarah hopes that you will have found movements that connect with your own body, while also cultivating a supportive community with those around you. 

Meet her on the mat: YogaToka


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