Sara Armstrong

National Board Director


Sara moved from the USA to Peru with her husband in 2009 and first came to know and support A Rocha Peru in 2010. She earned her Bachelors in Religion from Smith College in Massachusetts, and her Masters in Theology from McCormick Seminary in Chicago, before being ordained as a Presbyterian minister. For decades, she has worked pastoring churches and directing Christian non-profit organisations in south-western USA. In Peru, Sara and her husband have been building relationships between US and Peruvian protestant churches, receiving groups and working with them throughout Peru. Sara loves nature and outdoor activities, and believes she has been called to the restoration of God’s creation with A Rocha Peru.

Dry Forest Project in Talara comes to a successful end 4 November, 2018
Esperanza Peace Centre provides children with microenterprise experience 4 November, 2018
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New dry forest conservation project in La Libertad 4 November, 2018
2018 Events 4 November, 2018