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“According to scripture God is Love, and we are made in the image and likeness of God. Our life — our home life, our family life, our community life, our work life, our school life, our entire life — is awash in love. Christ’s work in and through the church is to open our eyes and our lives to God’s eternal and everlasting love. Welcome to All Saints’ —a community committed to Christ’s way of Love.”

The Rev. Jonathan Wickham

“If you can walk, you can dance.If you can talk, you can sing.”
- African Proverb

“What I do is sprinkle music through our liturgy — music that hopefully enhances the message of the readings of the day — and encourage us to experience the music in our own self in whatever ways we can. Singing is the act of a heart opening.


What I love about All Saints’:  All Saints' is a
welcoming community for acceptance, growth, and a full life.”

Arlene Long


"I have been working at All Saints' since 1994, when I was 28 years old. All Saints' has become my home away from home. Right now, I keep in touch with some of the folks who can't come to the church. I send them pictures of the church, because they miss it. I'll be there on Sunday morning to greet you. I look forward to it."

Gil Varela


Paula Hernandez


2024 Vestry

The Vestry

Donna Mehle – Senior Warden

Kimberly Cook – Junior Warden

Pam Anderson

Paula Beaton-Forbus

Autumn Fain

Phyllis Finley – Clerk

Ella Mason

Cathy Tyree
Fran Wilson

Vestry Support

Chuck Hilton Treasurer 

Gary Chatham Finance Committee Chair 

The Vestry is the governing body of an Episcopal Church, elected to represent the people of the parish. At All Saints', our vestry is currently made up of 9 parish members and the Rector. Each year, three to vestry members are nominated through a discernment process and then elected at the annual parish meeting in January for a 3-year term.

The Vestry is responsible for all church property and assets, the budget of the church, and the authorization of major expenditures. The Vestry meets monthly to discuss, reflect, and take action on the many important aspects of parish life. 

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