Dr. Jay Wright -
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.
- 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.
- Children's Coordinator
Katie was born and raised in wild and wonderful West Virginia. She grew up in Huntington, WV where she received a B.A. in Elementary Education from Marshall University. Go Herd! She and JD, her husband and high school sweetheart, have lived in Dallas for over a decade. She taught 2nd Grade at Scofield Christian School and taught a Montessori-based Pre-K at West Dallas Community School for 5 years before embarking on the adventure of being a stay-at-home mom to her son Andrew. In 2016, the Lord led Katie and her family to All Saints East Dallas (St. Bart’s) where they have found healing, deep community and the relentless love of God. Most days you will find her dreaming of another trip to Ireland, cuddling with her Scottish Terrier and spending time in nature with her family.
Bill is a native Texan who grew up in Houston and earned his bachelor's degrees at Rice University. He served with Campus Crusade for Christ for 7 years in Florida, Kyrgyzstan, and Austin, Texas, where he got an MBA at the University of Texas. After moving to Dallas in 2001, he worked in the church for 12 years, getting his M.Div at the Texas campus of Westminster Theological Seminary and becoming an ordained minister. For 8 years he was a faculty member of Redeemer Seminary in Dallas, teaching Systematic Theology, New Testament Greek, and Pastoral Theology. Bill then got a Master's degree in Professional Counseling at Amberton University and now works as a Licensed Professional Counselor at the Center for Biblical Counseling in Dallas. He's done collecting degrees for now (he says). Bill was a part of the core team of St. Bart's and embraces the mission of becoming more fully human as we experience Jesus.