Steffany Gretzinger Singer, Songwriter & Revivalist’s Biography

Born in November of 1984 in Oskaloosa, Iowa and raised in Ohio, Steffany Gretzinger (formerly Steffany Frizzell) grew up with pastoral parents who were both musical and devoted to the church. Even as a young girl, Steffany housed a passion for worship with an innocent, expectant love for the Presence of God. She started writing songs as a way to process the world around her. She loved putting melodies to people’s stories and writing about where they were in life and circumstance. As a teen, Steffany started leading on worship teams with her local Nazarene church.

In 2008 she felt the call of God to relocate to Redding, California to be a part of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry, where she was given the opportunity to grow and be a part of leading a generation of passion filled believers to the feet of the Bridegroom King. Steffany’s heart is to minister to the Lord first, giving Him joy and adoration. The priestly anointing on her life has called her to raise up a generation of relentless, unrestrained Levites who burn with holiness and purity for Jesus.

Her voice was introduced as a part of the Bethel Music collective singing her first recorded song, “You Know Me”, published in 2012 on their album The Loft Sessions. In 2014, Steffany released her first solo project through Bethel Music called The Undoing, which was a Billboard Magazine breakthrough release. For Steffany, that release was special because she wrote and recorded it while pregnant with her first child. In March of 2018, Steffany released her second record entitled Blackout.

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In February of 2019 she relocated to Nashville, Tennessee and became a part of Grace Center Church. She partnered with Provident Music Group in 2020 to release her third record entitled Forever Amen.

Steffany is married to the love of her life, Stephen Gretzinger and they have a five-year-old daughter, Wonder Grace, who shares her joy and passion for all things Jesus.


Stef­fany Gret­zinger works mainly as a wor­ship leader with Bethel Music, a part of Bethel Church in Red­ding, Cal­i­for­nia, where she has been in­volved in three of Bethel Music’s re­leases, in­clud­ing on back­ground vo­cals for Be Lifted High (2011, as Stef­fany Frizzell), in­clud­ing singing One Thirst with fel­low Bethel col­lec­tive mem­ber Je­remy Rid­dle. She also per­formed back­ground vo­cals on fel­low Bethel Music mem­ber William Matthews’ re­lease, Hope’s An­them (2011, as Stef­fany Frizzell).

An­other re­lease from such a gath­er­ing was The Loft Ses­sions (2012, again as Stef­fany Frizzell), where she was a fea­tured vo­cal­ist and com­poser (and per­formed back­ground vocals).[1] The Loft Sessions was live record­ing made “over sev­eral nights of wor­ship ses­sions” in a rus­tic, re­fur­bished loft, on which she was fea­tured singing You Know Me (solo) and My Dear (with Hunter Thompson). That same year, she was fea­tured on the album For the Sake of the World, singing Closer. She joined Bethel again with work on their re­lease of Tides (2013), also re­leased in­ter­na­tion­ally (e.g., on the On­imu­sic label in Brazil), with her songs Let­ting Go and Be Still.

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Gret­zinger’s first solo album, The Un­do­ing (2014), pre­sented her singing eleven orig­i­nal praise and wor­ship pieces, ac­com­pa­nied by gui­tar and piano, and was re­leased in Au­gust by Bethel Music. The album was a Bill­board mag­a­zine break­through re­lease, and ap­peared on the Top Chris­t­ian Al­bums chart at No. 2, the In­de­pen­dent Al­bums chart at No. 5, and the Bill­board 200 chart at No. 20.

Since record­ing The Undoing, Gret­zinger has been fea­tured on two fur­ther Bethel Music al­bums, You Make Me Brave (2014) singing her song We Dance, and Have It All (2016) singing Pieces, the lat­ter of which was also fea­tured on Bethel mem­ber Amanda Cook’s re­lease, Brave New World (Amanda Cook album) (2015).

On March 9, 2018, Bethel Music an­nounced the re­lease of Stef­fany Gret­zinger’s sec­ond full-length stu­dio pro­ject, “Black­out”, as well as re­leas­ing the lead sin­gle, ‘Save Me’. “Black­out” was re­leased on March 29, 2018 and de­buted #1 on iTunes in the Chris­t­ian & Gospel genre, as well as #3 overall.


Stef­fany Gret­zinger is mar­ried to Stephen Gret­zinger. They have one child, and live in Red­ding Cal­i­for­nia, where she is a wor­ship pas­tor at Bethel Church. Gret­zinger has been en­gaged in wor­ship min­istry since child­hood and grew up in a mu­si­cal house­hold. Her mother, Kathy Frizell, was in­volved in the Chris­t­ian music in­dus­try in Nashville, Ten­nessee, as a writer. Kathy is cur­rently a wor­ship leader at Wooster Church of the Nazarene in Wooster, Ohio. Stef­fany’s dad, Ron Frizell, is one of the as­so­ci­ate pas­tors on staff at Wooster Nazarene. Stef­fany Gret­zinger at­tended the Bethel School of Su­per­nat­ural Min­istry in 2008.

Why did Steffany Gretzinger leave Bethel?

For the last 10 years, Steffany Gretzinger was a part of the Bethel Music family as a worship leader and songwriter. However, Gretzinger has announced that she will be leaving Bethel Music and her home church, Bethel. Over the years, she has authored worship songs such as “Pieces”, “You Know Me”, “Letting Go”, “Be Still”, “Steady Heart”, “We Dance” and more.

“The rumors are true,” Gretzinger recently shared on Instagram. “After 10 years, The Lord is sending us to Nashville, TN. It’s been a long time coming, but we were in no way hurrying to leave this house, this home. Sunday night was the last set I will lead before we move, and I was sent out with blessing and prophesy and flowers. I am reminded once more how lavishly God honors our obedience.”

The decision was not easy for Gretzinfer and it was laced with tears as well as joy. “It’s not easy to leave THIS, but Jesus is the JOY ever set before me, and He is leading us out!!! We are SO excited!!! The fire always falls on sacrifice, and these fathers and mothers that surround me have given more than the world will ever know. Heaven only knows.”

“Thank you for not only GIVING me room, but for MAKING me room to dance. Know that I love you deeply, and my gratitude is great. I’ve had several waves of ugly cries as that gratitude sweeps over me again and again for all the love and leadership over these years. And, I am sure you will only continue to lead us. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Transitioning VERY sure that I will always be a beloved daughter here, and that we will absolutely come back home as often as we can. 😉 @bethel”

“This past weekend we blessed and sent off Steffany Gretzinger, who with her family has felt the call of God to Nashville,” Bethel Church wrote on social media on April 26. “Steff, your faith to follow Jesus anywhere He takes you both in worship and in life has been a constant inspiration. You’ve demonstrated to a generation the freedom, joy, peace and purity that come when we abandon ourselves fully to Jesus.”

Gretzinger grew up in a musical home and has been involved in worship ministry since she was a child. She is featured on albums including: Have it All, You Make Me Brave, Tides, For the Sake of the World, The Loft Sessions, and Be Lifted High. Her first solo album, The Undoing released August 2014.

Does Steffany Gretzinger have cancer?

No, actually her father was diagnosed with Cancer. When Steffany Gretzinger found out her father was dying from cancer, it started a spiritual journey for her. She says it forced her to “look death in the face”—but also to consider God’s power over darkness. The material from that journey inspired her new solo album, Blackout.

In light of her father’s illness, this batch of songs has especially resonated with Steffany. Today, his prognosis is hopeful and the family is celebrating the small victories each breath brings, cherishing the time they have together.

Her personal tsunami started when her father was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Staring death in the face, the singer channeled her fears into melodies. “I started to ask the Lord to life me above the fear – the fear of death, the fear of loss, the fear of everything that taunts us. And I think he stared to remove all of that, to lift my awareness to another realm, to the place where he lives instead of this temporal place where everything dies.”

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Gretzinger came to realize she had spent her life attempting to be a rescuer and this time around proved no different. The wife and mother instinctively threw herself into trying to “save” her father; but even her earnest effort and best intentions weren’t enough. That was when one of her friends stepped in and gave her some profound advice. She recalled, “My dearest friend, Melissa Helser, looked me in the eyes and said, ‘Friend, you’re not the hero in this story. There’s only one hero, and his name is Jesus.'” The conversation became a pivotal turning point for the worship leader and the impetus for the opening track on ‘Blackout’, “Save Me”, ultimately, a song of surrender. “All this stuff with my dad, trying to be strong for the people you love, trying to take care of them, trying to be someone they can hold on to, I realised really Jesus is all we have. He’s all we have to hold on to. Our confidence comes because he’s the strong one.”

Steffany Gretzinger Trivia:

  • She grew up in a musical household. She attended Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM) in 2008.
  • She was featured on several Bethel Music albums including Tides, For the Sake of the World, The Loft Sessions and Be Lifted High.
  • She was born in Redding, California to parents Ronald and Kathryn. Her mother was a writer in the Christian music industry in Nashville. She married Stephen Gretzinger in 2012.
  • She signed with the same recorded able as gospel singer Jeremy Riddle.
  • Steffany Gretzinger daughter’s name is Wonder Grace.
  • Steff learned to be a worshipper at a small Nazarene church in Ohio.
  • Steffany has always loved God and cannot remember a day when He didn’t show up.
  • She remembers waking up to her dad praying over her in the middle of the night.
  • Her parents made it really easy for her to fall in love with Jesus.
  • They were always learning and choosing to worship Him.
  • Worship and deliverance ministry were apart of her upbringing.

Steffany Gretzinger Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Husband, Family, Photos & More:

Real Name Steffany Gretzinger
Other name/Nickname Steffany Frizzell/ SteffanyDawn/ Steffany
Profession Gospel Singer
Date of Birth / Birthday  8, 1984
Age 34 Years
Birthplace California
Residence Redding, California
Nationality American
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Religion Christianity
Debut The Undoing
Genres Contemporary Christian, praise and worship, folk
Physical Appearance
Height in Centimeters 164 cm
Height in Inches 5’ 5”
Weight in Kilograms 55 kg
Weight in Pounds 121 lbs
Hair Color Golden Brown
Eye Color Brown
Parents Father: Ronald Alan Frizzell
Mother: Kathryn Holmes Frizzell
Siblings Brothers: N/A
Sister: N/A
Educational Qualification N/A
School N/A
College/ University Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM) in 2008
Affairs, Boyfriends and Marital Status
Marital Status Married
Boyfriends No One but Jesus
Husband/ Spouse Stephen Gretzinger
Son Not Available
Daughter Wonder Grace
Social Profiles
Facebook Profile
Instagram Profile
Twitter Profile


Steffany admits that the tangled world we live in is a in a state of chaos. “The Word does say that darkness will roll in like a flood. I think it’s our tendency as a Church to react to the darkness instead of responding to the light. We live in reaction to the devastation and the chaos. The thing is, there’s nothing new under the sun when it comes to chaos: there’s just more of the same. There’s nothing new, there’s nothing even surprising, but the truth is that God is always creating, and the light is always making things new.

That’s the beauty of it. So if we respond to the light of God, then we have no shadow: the darkness can’t cast its shadow on us. So I think these are the moments of the Church when we invite God to come and take the chaos, and let the world see what that looks like. Invite them into it instead of anxiously trying to pull them out of darkness as if we could, as if we were their saviour. That’s what I would say to that. There is a lot going on, and we’re living in a crazy time. It’s everywhere. But if we’re more aware of what he is doing, actually this is a glorious time.

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