Sarah Quay

Counseling Intern 


Sarah is passionate about coming alongside people as they endure the hardships and struggles of life. She loves getting to know a person’s heart and unique story. Sarah believes Christ will meet us in our sorrows and that Scripture is the balm for our aching souls. She longs to help others draw deeper into God’s word and see how their experiences are not outside of God’s gracious redemption.

Sarah lives in Charlotte, NC with her husband Josh. Sarah is currently enrolled in the MACC program Reformed Theological Seminary and works part-time as a Preschool Teacher. Josh is wrapping up his MDiv at Reformed Theological Seminary and serves as both a Chaplain Candidate in the Army Reserve and as a Pastoral Assistant with their church. When they are not in class or working, Josh and Sarah enjoy spending time outdoors, trying new recipes – especially desserts! —and spending time with friends and family.



BA (Biblical and Theological Studies), Regent University
MA (Church Leadership), Regent University
MACC program at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte (in progress)


Disability (and Chronic illness), grief & loss, ministry care (Women in ministry), anxiety




Weekend Word | Finding Comfort

We cannot give what we do not possess. To comfort others with that which we ourselves have been comforted, we must position ourselves to rightly discover and live from it. This is a comfort rooted in the Father’s love for his own Son — Jesus!, who secures our comfort because of his great love for us as well. What does it look like to position ourselves to find and keep this comfort?

Weekend Word | Peace and Palm Sunday

This Palm Sunday, as we remember Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, let us remember that he entered weeping. Flesh and blood, his humanity remained intact — all the way to the cross where he would be crushed. He was helped onto the colt by the hands of those who loved him.

Weekend Word | Whose voice are you listening to?

Decisions can tend to feel like they suck the breath right out of our lungs.
They sometimes demand that we give every aspect of ourselves — 
swirling thoughts that weary our minds, causing our heads to pound
bones cracking and muscles aching and swollen
disrupted or interrupted sleep, sleep that never leads to rest.
Our very bodies wear the weight of decisions.

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Julie MacDonaldCounselor

Shannon McCoyCounselor

Clair NorthcuttCounseling Apprentice

Sarah QuayCounseling Intern

Sarah Shaw OjedaCounseling Apprentice

Bob ShullCounselor

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Kali ThomasCounselor

Ian TullyCounselor

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