Who We Are

OUR VISION is to connect the people of East Dallas with God and with His people, so that we might behold God and become more like Him.


AUTHENTICITY - God knows us and loves us, so we seek to be honest about who we truly are, and we trust that in his grace God loves us in our brokenness.

HOSPITALITY - God has welcomed us and called us to himself, so we invite the people of East Dallas to connect with God and with his people.

MYSTERY - Through the redeeming love of the Son and the life-giving power of the Spirit, the Father calls us deeper into the divine life. We participate in this holy mystery through worship and community, through word and sacrament, and through the grace-charged gift of creation itself.

WHOLENESS/HEALING - In Christ we have seen both the face of God and the fullness of our humanity, so we trust God to transform us more and more into his image and likeness. As we are transformed, we are more and more able to love God and our neighbor.

ROOTEDNESS - Planted and established by God in Christ, we are called to East Dallas, to its people and its neighborhoods. Rooted in the soil of East Dallas, and nourished by the three life-giving streams of Scripture, Spirit, and Sacrament, we expect the slow work of growth together.

Come to a service this Sunday, and journey with us as we seek after Christ and become more and more fully human in him.

Service Information

Sundays At 5:00pm

Central Lutheran Church
1000 Easton Road,  Dallas, TX 75218

Child Care Provided for
Birth through 5 years

Children 6 yrs - 5th grade have their own lesson for portion of service

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The Rev. Dr. Jay Wright - Rector

Jay grew up in Canyon, Texas, where he attended college at West Texas A&M University and met his wife of almost 17 years Amy Dietz Wright.  Jay worked for a time in the Southern Baptist Church, but soon felt drawn to the Anglican family. He joined the leadership team Grace Anglican Church in Fleming Island, Florida, as he finished a doctor of worship studies degree at the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies. There at Grace, he discerned a call to the priesthood and the work of church planting. Once ordained, Jay, Amy, and their children returned to Texas to serve at All Saints Dallas

Soon after moving to Dallas, Jay and Amy began to discern the need for a three-stream Anglican church much like All Saints rooted in East Dallas. What began as a multi-site model in November 2015 as All Saints East Dallas, has now become St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church.

Jay, Amy, their four children, and their very chill dog live in Lake Highlands. 


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The Rev. Chris Myers - Associate Rector

Chris Myers serves as the Associate Rector of St. Bartholomew’s Anglican. He graduated from Redeemer Seminary with an M.Div. in 2013 and was ordained as a priest in the Anglican Mission in May of 2015. He is currently doing doctoral work in theology at Durham University (UK). He and his wife Morgan have two delightful daughters, Eleanor and Rowan.