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Grace Episcopal Church welcomes interim rector

Reverend Jeffrey Frost. (COURTESY / On File)
Reverend Jeffrey Frost. (COURTESY / On File)
By BOB BURMAN
Special to the Tribune

Recently, the Reverend Jeffrey Frost began an 18 month term at Grace Episcopal Church in Martinez as its Interim Rector. In this capacity he will care for the congregation and lead them in a process of discernment in preparing to call their next regular clergy.

Reverend Frost says, that he is “delighted to be working with the people of Grace Church and learning more about the community of Martinez. Clergy transitions are important times of reflection and planning for a congregation. I am looking forward to the time we will spend together.”

Both Reverend Frost and his wife, Ellen, grew up in the Bay Area. They have two adult children, Jean and Kirkland. They have ministered in many localities, including Portland, Oregon; Fort Worth, Texas; Jerome and Buhl, Idaho; and in Redding and Danville, California.

After graduating from the Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley, with a Masters Degree in Divinity, Reverend Frost continued training to become a certified coach for congregational development and strategic planning. Recently, he completed work at Mercy Center in Burlingame to become a Spiritual Director.

“We welcome … .” Grace Episcopal Church is located at 130 Muir Station Road in Martinez.

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