Reclaiming Jesus

We are living through perilous and polarizing times as a nation,

with a dangerous crisis of moral and political leadership at the

highest levels of our government and in our churches.

We believe the soul of the nation and the integrity of faith are now at stake.

It is time to be followers of Jesus before anything else—nationality,

political party, race, ethnicity, gender, geography—our identity in Christ precedes every other identity.

We pray that our nation will see Jesus’ words in us. “ By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another” (John 13:35). Find our more at


    Our Clergy & Staff - For Bios, please see our Clergy & Staff Page



We are a community of faith that proclaims

the Word of God and practices the Love of Christ by:

  1.     being welcoming, caring, and inclusive of ALL people, regardless of gender, 

           orientation, nationality/ immigration status or spiritual background.
We believe God’s Love extends to everyone and ALL ARE WELCOME!

  1.     reaching out to the wider community and each other.

  2.     living better lives through education, spiritual growth and fellowship.

  3.     providing a place for community service and spiritual sanctuary.

Whether you are a visitor, looking for a spiritual home, or a member of All Saints,

this website is for you. On the pages that follow you will find a wealth of information designed to answer a variety of questions.

Please explore this site and we hope you will come and see us in person too.

1710 Foothill Drive | Salt Lake City, UT | 84108 • (801) 581-0380 •

© 2012 All Saints Episcopal Church

Rev. Trace


Rev. Canon
Steve Andersen

Assisting Priest

Rev. Anita


Rev. Gabriel

Assistant Rector

Sudanese Community

Marlin Haws

Parish Administrator

Choir Master - Organist

Brianna Lanclos

Parish Coordinator

Children & Youth Coordinator

Rev. Diana

Assisting Priest

Booth Application HERE

Please continue to pray for all those impacted by the hurricane, for those that continue to respond to emergencies, those that have begun the initial work of relief and recovery, and for church communities as they reach out to their most vulnerable members and neighbors. 

Contributions to the Hurricane Relief Fund will help Episcopal Relief & Development support Church and other local partners as they provide critical emergency assistance to those most in need.

Sunday, September 30 - Serve Dinner at St. Vincent de Paul Dining Hall - 4:30-6:30pm.

Contact Ian @ 801.652.0840 or for details and to sign-up.