Rev Sabrina Slater

Rev. Sabrina Slater

University of Geneva, Bossey Ecumenical Institute
Princeton Theological Seminary
Wagner College
Lehigh University

Welcome & Blessings to you!  It is a deep joy & honor to be the Pastor at Christ the King Fellowship Presbyterian Church and I look forward to getting to know you (yes you!).  Feel free to learn a little about me below & also check out a personal welcome HERE!  And please, come on by, we love you!  

Grateful for you, your loving Pastor ~Rev. Sabrina Slater

Reverend Sabrina Slater, M.Div. desires to love well, she prays to have eyes that see how God sees, ears that hear what God hears, and a heart that breaks where God’s heart breaks so that she might be able to use what God has given her to love in such a way as to heal the deep wounds in the world.

Prior to feeling called to serve as a preacher and a pastor, Rev. Slater enjoyed a career in higher education where she had the opportunity to build relationships and encourage students and colleagues alike in the intersections of faith, life, career and education.

Slater was the 2015 Graduate Study Parish Pulpit Fellowship recipient from Princeton Theological Seminary which allowed her to experience pilgrimages including a 30-day Ignatian silent retreat, the walk of Saint James (Camino de Santiago), and a foot washing in Fiji. Slater is also a 2017 graduate of the Bossey Ecumenical Institute where she had the opportunity to represent the Presbyterian Church (USA) internationally, living and studying in Switzerland with Christians from 20 different countries.

Slater serves nationally as a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA) 2020 Vision Team, as well as on the 2018 Presbyterian Women Churchwide Gathering planning team. Internationally, Slater served as a 2017 World Communion of Reformed Churches Council Delegate.

Rev. Slater often remembers Isaiah 43:18-19, “Forget the former things…see I am doing a new thing!” and is always interested in seeing what God is doing in our lives. May we all in expectation be simultaneously grateful for everything that God has already done and excited about what God is doing right now! AMEN!