Clergy and Staff
Philip Jones is the Senior Pastor of All Saints Dallas as well as the Apostolic Vicar of the Anglican Mission in the Americas (The Mission).
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 six grandchildren.
Assistant Pastor and Worship Leader
Jay Wright is a native Texan and came to All Saints Dallas by way of Jacksonville, Florida. He has served in ministry leadership for over ten years and is an ordained Priest in the Anglican Mission in the Americas. Jay has served churches in the Texas Panhandle and most recently at New Grace Church in Jacksonville, Florida.
Jay and his wife Amy of over ten years have four children: Isaac, Josiah, and Olivia, and recently adopted Hadassah from Ethiopia. His interests include music, reading, and spending time with his family and friends.
He received a Bachelor of Music in Theory and Composition degree from West Texas A&M University, a Master of Worship Studies degree from the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies, and a Doctor of Worship Studies degree from the Institute for Worship Studies.
Ken Dean has served churches in various leadership capacities for over twenty years. In addition to consulting with churches throughout the United States, Ken has served as the Superintendent of Pantego Christian Academy, and as Executive Pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, AR and Venture Christian Church in Los Gatos, CA.
Ken and his wife Margaret grew up in the Fort Worth area where they also raised three Godly sons. He earned a BA from Texas Tech University, a Masters degree from the University of Texas at Arlington, has audited classes from Dallas Theological Seminary, studied theology at non-degreed seminary programs from Pantego Bible Church and Fellowship Institute, and is currently enrolled at St. Andrews Theological Seminary and the Institute of Orthodox Christian Studies at Cambridge University. He is a Priest in the Anglican church.
Cassie Lewis grew up in small town Waxahachie, Texas and started dating her now husband of more than 10 years, Matt, in high school. They attended the University of North Texas in Denton, where she graduated with a BA in Communication Studies. After graduating in 2005 they went on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU) in Florence, Italy. They left Italy in March 2012, and eventually CRU staff a few months later.
Before working at All Saints Dallas, Cassie was a stay-at-home mom to their two children, Willa (3 1/2) born in Florence, Italy and Hollis (1 1/2) born here in Texas. Matt started his Master of Divinity degree at Redeemer Seminary Dallas in June 2012, and plans on continuing there for the next couple of years.
Since going to work for the first time since having children, Cassie especially treasures time with her kids, cooking and baking, and keeping up with her friends living around the world.
Anna Carol Brymer grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, where her family still lives. Her father, Michael, is a Worship Pastor and served with Philip Jones at St. Andrew's Church. She is the oldest of seven (yes, seven), so children have always been an integral part of her life, and she loves every minute of it. Along with the practical experience of having a million little siblings, Anna Carol has also been involved in Children's Ministries as a volunteer and employee and has worked as a nanny, camp counselor, and family photographer.
Anna Carol moved to Dallas to pursue a job after graduating from John Brown University with a degree in Photography and minor in Graphic Design. Next to working with children, coffee, books, and typography are her favorite things.
Curate — Office Manager
Chris Myers and his wife, Morgan, have been attending All Saints Dallas for over two years. They recently welcomed their first child, Eleanor Alice on June 20.
Chris recently graduated from Redeemer Seminary with a M.Div, and has started a curacy at All Saints. This means he will wear lots of different hats in order to gain ministry experience and to be exposed to all the various inner workings of a church. Officially, his new title is Office Manager. In that role he will be supporting the ministry staff in administration and communication and in implementing our strategic plan.
His passion is for teaching Scripture and for developing leaders. To that end, Chris will be working to develop a strategic relationship with Redeemer Seminary to foster leadership pipelines.
He and Morgan love trying new restaurants, taking their dog to the park, and watching their favorite shows on Netflix. He loves to read, to write, and to drink tea.
Executive Assistant to the Clergy
Caroline Norris has been in the background for the last 18 months, helping Philip with some of his Bishop duties, but is thankful that God has brought her back to serve the church full-time as the Executive Assistant to Philip.
She 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 fifteen year old 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.
Mitch Dane has been with All Saints Dallas for over two years. As facilities manager Mitch is responsible for the day to day operation of the building, ensuring that all church building needs are met. His priority is to guarantee a safe, optimal, and secure facility in which the parishoners and visitors can worship.
He was born and raised in Denton, Texas, and is the oldest of four siblings. He has an Associate Degree from NCTC and studied at Tarleton State University. Mitch enjoys, first and foremost, spending time with his loving family. He also likes playing golf, cooking, and the outdoors.
Mitch has a heart and deep desire for serving his Lord and All Saints Dallas. His passions include serving the CASA of Collin County organization as a volunteer.