Take a moment to get to know just a few of the people that make up the All Saints' Episcopal Church community.
Jay Angerer, Priest
The Rev. Jay Angerer was born in Delaware and was raised in Virginia. He was ordained in 2002 and since then he has served as the Campus minister for the University of Delaware, started a new Episcopal Church and has been rector of All Saints' since 2009. Jay is married to an artist and kindergarten teacher, Lisa, and they have 2 1/2 kids...Renee, Cole and Pete the Dachshund.
Debbie Scalia, Deacon
As a deacon since September of 2003, Debbie has focused her ministry on outreach in our community. Her primary focus had been on helping young people to recognize their important role in helping others and recognizing that we all are Christ's hands and feet in helping those in need. All Saints Church has led and supported many service projects throughout the years and most recently the homeless veterans in our community. Our young people have been involved in this project, which has made this a group effort. We all have grown through this ministry. Though often seeing Debbie serving at the altar with Father Jay, she also helps our own parishioners in need and those in our community.
Bryan Gilbert, Organist and Choir Director
A native of Natchitoches, Louisiana, Bryan began his piano studies at the age of seven. He moved to New Orleans to attend Loyola University New Orleans as a music major beginning in the fall of 2005, but was forced to leave before the arrival of Hurricane Katrina. When Loyola reopened in January of 2006, Bryan returned, completed his degree, and has not left since. Prior to his appointment at All Saints, Bryan was the Director of Music for Transfiguration of the Lord Catholic Church in the Gentilly neighborhood for six years. He also previously sang with the Cathedral Choir at Christ Church Cathedral (New Orleans), and performs regularly with the NOVA Choral and NOVA – VOCE, its premier chamber ensemble. Bryan is a member of the local chapter of the American Guild of Organists.