Rev. Dr. Keith L. Posehn, a fifth-generation Californian, was born and raised in the Sacramento Area, confirmed as a member of Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church and Graduated from Casa Roble High School. He earned his Bachelor's Degree at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington, his Masters of Divinity at San Francisco Theological Seminary, and his Doctorate of Ministry at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
Keith began his service to the church over 40 years ago. He served in youth ministry for 20 years at FOPC, St John's Presbyterian Church in Reno, and Folsom Presbyterian Church in Folsom CA. He served as an Interim Pastor in Sacramento Presbytery for seven years at four different churches. He recently finished a four year Designated Pastorate at River Valley Church in Rancho Cordova. He also Served as an Interim Pastor in Pensacola, Florida.
Keith co-founded the office of Chaplain for the Folsom Police Department and served the FPD for five years supporting both the officers and the victims of crime in the community.
Currently, Keith is the Pastor and Head of staff at Grace Presbyterian Church in Spring Hill Florida and also Pastor of St. Marks Presbyterian Church in Hudson, Florida. These churches have a partnership and share office staff and resources.
Keith Loves to spend time with his wife Tracy and his three sons: Forrest, Ryan and Jesse. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, home improvement, golfing, restoring old cars, golfing, coaching Jesse's AAU basketball team, and golfing with his boys.
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