The Rev. Brad Froslee serves as pastor at Calvary Lutheran Church-Minneapolis. Originally from Vining, Minnesota, Brad is a graduate of St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, and Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Brad completed his Clinical Pastoral Education at Stanford University Hospital, Palo Alto, California; his congregational internship at Resurrection Lutheran, Oakland, California; and Lutheran year at Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Brad has worked with congregations in various parts of the country serving in community organizing, leading day camps and children's and youth programs, addressing issues facing immigrants and refugees, leading conversation on issues of sexuality, and engaging in educational and mission trips to Guatemala, Haiti and the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Brad was founding director for The Naming Project Teen Camp, a faith-based camp for Gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender/allied youth featured in the movie, Camp Out, and has been a guest panelist and resource for youth programs through the University of Minnesota and Minnesota 4-H.
Brad currently serves as a Board member for The Naming Project, the Urban Arts Academy, Crossroads Community Organization and is on the Minneapolis Area Synod Mission Table and Nominating Committee. Brad has previously served as a representative on the St. Olaf Board of Regents, OutFront Minnesota Board and Executive Committee, Augsburg Governing Board, clergy chair for Minnesota's Vote No Campaign, Workers Interfaith Campaign Committee, and other community roles.