Who We Are

All Saints Dallas is an Anglican church in the heart of downtown Dallas founded upon the Three Streams; Scripture, Sacrament and Spirit. These streams provide the solid foundation for us to experience the transforming presence of God together and to extend his radical love as we follow Him in his salvation of the world.

SCRIPTURE is the authority for us, as individuals and for the whole Church.

SACRAMENTS in the creeds, practices and teachings of Jesus embodies a life lived in Christ.

SPIRIT, as God the Holy Spirit, is at work in the Church, in the world, and in each of those who confess Jesus as the Son of God, the Christ, manifesting His power and preparing us for ministry through the spiritual gifts given to believers.


No matter who you are, or where you come from, we invite you to join us as we seek to live in God's presence and live out His love.


ASD 101

Come and explore - learn more about All Saints Dallas, three-streams, the worship service, the liturgy, and other things unique to our tradition!


ASD 101 is an opportunity to meet other parishioners while learning more about All Saints Dallas! During this approximately five-hour Saturday class, we answer questions like:

  • What is Three-Stream Anglicanism?
  • Why do we follow a set liturgy each week?
  • How does the Holy Spirit work today?
  • How can I get more involved at All Saints?

Check our Calendar for the next ASD 101.


Our Story

Beginning as a Bible study in 2010, the core-group which came to form All Saints Dallas extended an invitation to the Rt. Rev. Philip Jones to lead their burgeoning church plant. In August of 2010, +Philip and his family moved back home to Dallas to plant ASD. All Saints Dallas remains grateful to David+ Roseberry, Ron+ McCrary, and the people of Christ Church Plano, where the Bible study began, for their leadership and support at our founding!


Our Family

All Saints Dallas is affiliated with the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA), an Anglican Society of Mission & Apostolic Works, who supports, raises up, and releases 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

Senior Pastor of All Saints Dallas & Lead Bishop of the Anglican Mission in America

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Dustin+ Messer, Vicar & Associate Pastor for faith formation

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Dustin+ Messer serves as vicar of All Saints Dallas where he enjoys connecting people to God's Word and Spirit. A graduate of Boyce College and Covenant Theological Seminary, Dustin+ earned a doctorate at La Salle University and went on to complete a fellowship at the Center for the Study of Statesmanship at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. Along with his work in local parish ministry, Dustin+ has served in positions of leadership for a number renewal organizations within the broader Anglican church, including the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) and the Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion (EFAC). A former educator, Dustin+ continues to teach classes relating to religion and ethics at Reformed Theological Seminary-Dallas and The King's College in New York, NY. Dustin+ has been married to his college sweetheart, Whitney, since 2008 and together they have one daughter, Pennilyn Grace.

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Mike+ Murphy, Associate Pastor for prayer ministry

Mike+ Murphy has been a leader in the Anglican Mission in America, our Anglican family, from the beginning as part of the precursor, First Promise, with +Chuck Murphy, ++Moses Tay and ++Yong Ping Chung, the founders of AMiA. He has helped lead church plants, notably the first AMiA church, St. Andrew’s in Little Rock, and other plants from South Carolina to California. We are so appreciative to welcome him to Dallas and thankful he has offered to lead our prayer ministry here at ASD. Mike+ is originally from Arkansas, where he began his ministry, and has two grown sons.

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Jay+ Wright, Associate Pastor for Pastoral Ministry

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Erin Roy, Director for Outreach ministry

Erin Roy serves as our director for outreach ministry. After graduating from Rice University, Erin served as a campus staff member with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at OU and then SMU, which brought her to Dallas in 2011. Soon after, an invitation from a friend led her to visit an Anglican church plant called All Saints Dallas, which became her introduction to the Anglican tradition. She is currently finishing a Masters Degree in Divinity remotely at Wycliffe College in Toronto, and brings her passion for outreach, spiritual formation, and leadership development to her coordination of Women's Ministry, Pastorates, and Community Outreach at All Saints. She is married to Kyle and has two young boys, Freddie and Emmett.

Contact Erin


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David Belt, Music Director

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David Belt’s enthusiasm for the formational power of music comes from twelve years of family missionary work in the Middle East, leading worship and equipping music teams in local church ministry, and a completed graduate degree from the Webber Institute for Worship Studies. He’s thrilled to be serving at All Saints Dallas, a place that has felt like home for several years before joining staff in the summer of 2021. David is also a singer-songwriter artist, telling stories through song to encourage more honest and joyful living. His wife, Lauren, and their three children - Eleanor, Samuel and Jamie - are the loves of his life.

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Wes Combs, Tech Ministries Lead


Mike Blanchat, Executive Administrator


Dr. Robin Turner, ASD Kids Ministries Director

Robin Turner serves as the Director of Family Ministries where she equips our congregation to value the work of God in the lives of children for the sake of the whole church family.. A graduate of Wheaton College’s Christian Formation and Ministry programs (BA and MA) and Portland Seminary’s doctoral program in Leadership and Spiritual Formation (DMin), Robin has studied the spiritual formation of children in family and local church contexts and values practically implementing best research-based practices at All Saints Dallas.  She has a decade of children’s ministries experience in churches in Illinois, North Carolina, Texas, and Pennsylvania. Alongside her work at All Saints, Robin serves as the vice-chair of the Children’s Spirituality Summit, an ecumenical Christian gathering of researchers and practitioners working in fields of children’s spirituality. As part of her continued work in research, she is part of a cohort studying the role of play in worship for young children led by a professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School through a grant from the Calvin Institute for Christian Worship. Robin and Sam married in 2018 and have two young sons, Davy and Jack

Contact Robin

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David Hickman, Financial Director


Angelia Thames, Staff Accountant


Christia Caudle, ASD Kids Coordinator


Kissy Blanchat, Altar & Sunday Service Team Coordinator


Jen Hendrick, Communications Coordinator


Caroline Norris, Assistant to the Bishop, Communications, Event & Facilities Director


Adrian Smith, Facilities Coordinator


Brandon Fountain, Facilities Assistant