Isom reappointed senior pastor at St. Stephen

By From page A3 | July 29, 2013

FAIRFIELD — The Rev. David C. Isom has been reappointed senior pastor of the St. Stephen Christian Methodist Episcopal Church by Bishop James. B. Walker.

This is Isom’s seventh consecutive year as senior pastor at the Union Avenue church. The appointment marks the longest tenure of a senior pastor at St. Stephen with the exception of its founding pastor, the late Rev. Joseph B. Davis.

Isom is chairman of the Committee on Ministerial Examining, which is responsible for recommendations of all ministers in the Northern California region of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. He also serves on the region’s board of trustees.

Isom is also president-elect of the Fairfield-Suisun School District’s governing board and deputy director of SafeQuest Solano.

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