Our Identity

Come and encounter the living God who leads, restores, heals, and transforms our lives through the power of the Spirit. Come and experience welcoming hospitality and community as you walk through the doors. Come and hear Scripture both read and preached. Come and participate in holy communion. Come and behold the Spirit work in and through us. Come and see.

Who We Are

All Saints Dallas is a Christ-centered, Bible-teaching, Spirit-filled liturgical church. We believe God reveals his love and draws us to worship Him through the Scriptures, the Sacraments and the Spirit, the three streams of a life-giving church. Here you can expect a rich, authentic worship experience and a thoughtful liturgy offering a connection to an ancient faith. We cherish the confidence that comes from historical connectedness, from theology that is not tied to the whims of contemporary culture but to apostolic-era understandings of Christian faith and practice. Upholding the Biblical and historic essentials of the Christian faith, all of our teaching, preaching and worship seek to offer a vibrant, living relationship with Christ. We rely on the Holy Spirit to lead, guide and empower our worship and work, believing that He operates today as He has throughout history. We believe the Christian life is lived out in true community. We invite you to join us. Our prayer is that in our worshipping community you will encounter the living God who through the Holy Spirit leads, restores, heals and transforms our lives. Anglican Christianity is rooted in the ancient faith and practice of the first century church, tracing its history through missionaries to the British Isles and the development of Celtic Christianity early in the first millennium A.D. Anglicanism upholds the authority of Scripture, is guided by Apostolic Tradition and is instructed by the English Reformation. Its essential statement of faith is expressed in both the Nicene and Apostles Creeds and is supplemented by the 39 Articles. It has received the English Book of Common Prayer, originally published in 1549, as its beautiful liturgical worship resource. Driven by a missionary focus, Anglican Christianity has been about the work of making disciples for centuries and has expanded into a global church.

Our Story

Sensing the need for a church in the central Dallas area that embraced the three streams of Scripture, Sacrament and Spirit in its worship, a small group began meeting as a weekly Bible study in early 2010. Christ Church Plano graciously sponsored and provided leadership for the group. Soon the small group reached out to Bishop Philip Jones offering the opportunity to lead the new church plant. In August of 2010, Philip and his family moved to Dallas to lead and pastor this group as they began the process of planting a new church. We are humbly grateful for the vision and leadership of David Roseberry and Ron McCrary who, along with Christ Church Plano, sponsored the All Saints Dallas initial church plant team.

Our Family

All Saints Dallas is affiliated with the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA), an Anglican Society of Mission & Apostolic Works. We support the AMiA’s mission to raise up, release and support three-stream Anglican leaders, planters and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in the United States.

Clergy & Staff

  • +Philip Jones, Rector

    Philip Jones is the Rector of All Saints Dallas as well as the Lead Bishop of the Anglican Mission in America. Philip was born and raised in Dallas. He practiced law in Waco, Texas for seven years before he was called to the ministry. He has led churches in Marshall and El Paso, Texas and St. Andrew’s Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. His wife, Claudia Clinton Jones, is from Burnet, Texas. They have seven children and eleven grandchildren. Contact Philip

  • Dave+ Larlee, Vicar

    David Larlee is a Canadian who has come to Dallas via London, UK. In 2004 he was ordained as an Anglican Priest and served an inner city congregation in London for 10 years. David and Rachel have two boys: Ethan and Thomas. His interests include Ice Hockey (especially the Dallas Stars), reading, and live music. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Allison University in 2000, a Masters of Arts from the University of Western Ontario in 2001 and a Bachelor of Theology from the University of Oxford in 2004. Contact Dave

  • Mark+ Walz, Church Planter in Residence

    Mark and Cate moved to Dallas in April of this year answering a call to plant a three-stream Anglican Church in Dallas where Mark grew up. He officially joined the staff of All Saints in April 2017. Mark has worked in a number of churches and denominations but has found a home within the Anglican tradition. As a pastor for over 20 years, he has ministered to students, young adults, and most recently as an associate pastor in Ohio. He is passionate about preaching, making disciples, and finding ways to talk about sports and movies. Recently, he and Cate welcomed their daughter, Fiona, into the world. They now have four kids; Finn, Loch, Eve and Fiona. He is always looking for a great restaurant, which are not in short supply in DFW. If you’re interested in grabbing a bite to eat and chat about theology, sports, or the upcoming church-plant in North Dallas, he will buy! Contact Mark

  • Mike Blanchat, Executive Administrator

    Mike was raised in Temple, Texas and received a degree in Economics from Stanford University in 1984‎ and an MBA from SMU in 1991. Mike spent 30 years as an executive in international business with several companies. Mike and his wife Kirsten (Kissy) have three adult children – Jack, Ellie, and Ben – and participate in the greeters, chalice, healing prayer and marriage ministries at ASD. They were part of the founding group of St Andrews Little Rock in 1998 and have been involved with the AMiA since it’s founding in 2000. They moved to Dallas and joined ASD in May 2016. Contact Mike

  • Ryan Flanigan, Worship Director

    Ryan Flanigan was born and raised in Chicagoland and has been leading church music since 1997. He grew up in a musical family and a church that valued music greatly. Ryan moved to Dallas in 2000 to attend Christ for the Nations Institute. He graduated from CFNI in 2002 and went on to earn a bachelor’s degree at Dallas Baptist University in 2004. He moved back to Chicagoland to attend Trinity Evangelical Divinity School from 2004 to 2007. He earned a master’s degree at TEDS and spent the next seven years in full time worship arts ministry at River Valley Church in Mishawaka, IN.In addition to leading church music, Ryan loves reading good fiction, exploring Dallas foodie culture, and building relationships with local artists. One of his greatest passions is writing, performing, and recording his songs. Ryan is married to Melissa, and they have three kids. Contact Ryan

  • Stephanie Weatherly, Operations Administrative Assistant

    Stephanie is part time staff at All Saints, and part time stay-at-home mom to her daughter, Ellie. She joined All Saints staff in the fall of 2018. Having moved all over the country growing up, she considers Minneapolis her hometown. She and her husband, Seth, moved to Dallas in 2015 after living in New York City for almost 7 years. She is a graduate of Messiah College in Harrisburg, PA, and has a Masters in Children’s Education from Fordham University. She loves singing, musical theatre, reading, spending time outside, and being with her family and two dogs. Contact Stephanie

  • David Hickman, Financial Director

    David Hickman has over 25 years’ experience in finance and accounting primarily as a Controller for large architecture firms. He has a B.S. in Business Administration with a major in Accounting from Oklahoma State University. David and his wife Ann were introduced to “liturgy-lite” at an Anglican church plant in 2011 and upgraded to 3 streams worship at All Saints in 2014. Through the godly counsel and prayer of an All Saints pastorate, David was led to make a career transition in March of 2016 and join the great team at All Saints. David and Ann are huge Texas Rangers fans and love to talk baseball! Contact David

  • Angelia Thames, Staff Accountant

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  • Lyn Baker, Director of Family Ministries

    From a storied and far-ranging life that includes 25 years as a private-school administrator in the US and abroad, Lyn opens ways for adults and children to connect with and know God. Her certificate in Spiritual Direction from Perkins School of Theology caps an M.A. from State University of New York and a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin. She’s the proud mother of two grown sons, one on each coast, leaving her to spend leisure time outdoors, reading, and writing. The coauthor of Generous Kids, a book on teaching the virtue of generosity, Lyn also has authored a parenting curriculum known as The Safe House Series. As Director of Family Ministries, she designs special events for families and continues to guide through writing, most recently in The Bread of Life, a first-communion curriculum for children in first and second grades. Contact Lyn

  • Adrian Smith, Facilities

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  • Caroline Norris, Assistant to the Bishop

    Caroline Norris was raised here in Dallas and, after growing up in Christian and Presbyterian churches, found the Episcopal/Anglican tradition speaking to her and joined an Episcopal church in 1989. She has a passion for the Liturgy, Anglican History and the Book of Common Prayer, and leisure learning classes designed for the enlightenment of Anglicans in these areas. Caroline and her husband Matthew live in North Dallas with their son, Duke, and 2 rescue dogs, Puppy and Hoodie. They enjoy bike riding in the neighborhood, playing in the pool, and attending Duke’s football games. Contact Caroline