ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN CHURCH
Welcome to All Saints
Thank you for visiting our website. All Saints Anglican Church is a Reformed Episcopal Church (REC) congregation and member of the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA). We are a classical Anglican church in the Evangelical tradition of Biblical preaching and liturgical prayer that reflects Biblical truths.
If you are looking for a church to call your spiritual home, we welcome you and encourage you to consider All Saints Anglican Church. We believe you'll find All Saints to be a contemplative place of reverence and respite in a chaotic world, a place of comfort and refreshment for weary souls.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about All Saints Anglican Church or would like to schedule a time to visit.
The Rev. Tony Welty
The Most Rev. Dr. Ray R. Sutton
Presiding Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church
The Most Rev. Dr. Ray R. Sutton serves as the Presiding Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church (REC) and the Ordinary of the Diocese of Mid America. He is also the Dean of the Province and Ecumenical Affairs of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), of which the Reformed Episcopal Church is a founding member and special jurisdiction. Bishop Sutton often lectures at ACNA and Reformed Episcopal Seminaries, and is a popular retreat speaker.
The Reverend Tony Welty
Fr. Tony Welty, a graduate of Ole Miss in Oxford, Mississippi and Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, served as Priest-in-Charge at All Saints Anglican Church since 2015 and was recently called as All Saints' full-time Rector.
Fr. Tony and his wife Cherie have been married for thirty one (31) years and have four (4) adult children and three (3) grandchildren. Fr. Tony and Cherie have served churches in Pennsylvania, Illinois, Tennessee, Mississippi and Texas.
Director of Sacred Music
David Sherman has served as Director of Sacred Music at All Saints Anglican Church since September of 2019.
David is an accomplished musician and choral director with over forty (40) years of experience in leading worship in the Anglican tradition.